Leasehold


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Leasehold

An asset providing the right to use property under a lease agreement.

Leasehold

The accounting status of assets under operating leases. An operating lease gives the lessee fewer rights to use the assets than a capital lease would; expenses on leaseholds are considered rental expenses. See also: Freehold.

leasehold

A name given to the tenant's rights in real estate after signing a lease.The leasehold estate is classified as a less-than-freehold estate.

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Leasehold starts out a little cheaper but unlike freeholders who own the land on which their home is built, leaseholders have to pay annual "ground rent" to the freeholder.
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Looking further at those 38,883 transactions across Huddersfield since 1995 - using data from the Land Registry and the conveyancer My Home Move - as much as 53.40 per cent of properties have been leasehold, which is significantly higher than the national average of 15 per cent.
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Mr Wirach Morakotkarn, Acting Chief Executive Officer, KTB Advisory Company Limited, as a Financial Advisor, commented that the leasehold interest in the landed property and office/shopping centre building of CP Tower II (Fortune Town) will be the fund's most valuable asset, representing 56% of its total asset value, followed by the leasehold interest in the landed property and office/shopping centre buildings of CP Tower I (Silom) (34%) and CP Tower III (Phayathai) (10%), respectively.
Leasehold mortgagees typically face regulatory requirements for a minimum "cushion" when it comes to the length of the lease term.
Cushman & Wakefield corporate finance partner Matthew Stone, who will lead the Birmingham seminar at Opus restaurant, Cornwall Street, on Tuesday, said leasehold liabilities were a major issue for firms fighting back from the recession.
Chesapeake plans to continue acquiring leasehold in the Marcellus Shale play and StatoilHydro will have the right to a 32.5% participation in any such additional leasehold.
Covered Leasehold Interest Covered Leasehold Interest means the following for which an amount of "net leasehold interest" at inception is shown in the Leasehold Interest Coverage Schedule: