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Lease

An agreement between two parties whereby one party allows the other to use his/her property for a certain period of time in exchange for a periodic fee. The property covered in a lease is usually real estate or equipment such as an automobile or machinery. There are two main kinds of leases. A capital lease is long-term and ownership of the asset transfers to the lessee at the end of the lease. An operating lease, on the other hand, is short-term and the lessor retains all rights of ownership at all times.

leasing

the hiring out by one firm (the lessor) of an ASSET such as a factory building, piece of machinery or vehicle to another firm (the lessee) in return for the payment of an agreed rental. The lessor retains the ownership of the asset concerned and will repossess the asset on the expiry of the contract, or beforehand should the client require a replacement. A leasing arrangement can be useful to a client company in so far as it enables it to employ assets without having to tie up large amounts of capital for long periods of time. See LEASE, LEASEBACK, OFF-BALANCE SHEET FINANCING, FINANCE HOUSE.

leasing

the purchase of an ASSET (mostly buildings, machinery and vehicles) by a leasing company which retains the ownership of the assets and which then hires out the item for use by clients who pay an agreed RENT. Leasing is a useful source of INVESTMENT insofar as it enables individuals or companies to use assets without having to tie up large amounts of capital. See LEASE, OFF-BALANCE SHEET FINANCING.
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The only exception will be tenancy agreements that started before June 1, 2019, which state that certain costs, such renewal fees, will have to be paid for.
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They must give you a minimum of one month's notice - or 6 months if you have an annual tenancy agreement.
Landlords should keep a signed copy of the tenancy agreement on file in case of any dispute, and should provide meter readings for the end of the previous tenancy and the start of a new one
"Standard practice is for the tenant to pay a re-letting fee - this covers the cost of re-marketing the property, and the tenant will be contractually responsible for the rental payments up until a new tenant is found and signs their tenancy agreement."
It added that use of the drug would be classed as anti-social behaviour under its tenancy agreements.
(emphasis added) That subsection specifies that the damages must be the result of a breach of a residential tenancy agreement or a contravention of the Residential Tenancies Act.
Whilst the terms and conditions of the signed tenancy agreement regulate the relationship of landlord and tenant (so long as it is not against public policy), if the contract is silent on a matter, the parties may rely upon the provisions of Dubai Tenancy Law on that particular issue.
The landlord has given me a tenancy agreement to sign but I have no idea if it's a good deal.
Susan Fitz-Gibbon, president of the Association of Rental Letting Agents (Arla), says: "If you receive notice that your landlord is selling, the most important thing to remember is that as the tenant, your tenancy agreement remains valid."
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