A person who leases a property from its owner. also called tenant.
The person to whom a lease is given, or who takes an estate by lease.
One who rents property under a lease contract.
The person gaining use of the property or equipment being leased.
The individual or party signing the lease contract and taking responsibility for the vehicle and lease payments.
the person or company who, through signing an agreement, leases a property from its owner, known as the lessor.
(1) The party to a lease agreement who is obligated to pay the rentals and perform other duties, and is entitled to possess the equipment during the lease term. (2) The person entitled under an oil and gas lease to drill and operate wells, paying the lessor a royalty and retaining the remainder known as the "working interest." The lessee pays all production costs out of his fraction, the lessor's fraction being free and clear of all such costs.
The party to whom a lease (the right to possession) is given in return for a consideration (rent).
The user of equipment or property being leased.
Someone who uses an asset owned by someone else, its use being governed by an agreement called a lease. The Lessor is the owner of the asset.
The individual who is paying for leasing the vehicle.
(Customer) - The client to whom the vehicle is leased.
An independent marketer who leases the station and land and has use of tanks, pumps, signs, etc. A lessee dealer typically has a supply agreement with a refiner or distributor and purchases products at dealer tank-wagon prices. The term "lessee dealer" is limited to those dealers who are supplied directly by a refiner or any affiliate or subsidiary of the reporting company. "Direct supply" includes use of commission agent or common carrier delivery.
A person or corporation that rents an asset from another person or corporation.
The individual or company to whom a lease is granted.
One who rents (leases) property from another.
The purchaser of an Oil, Gas and Mineral Lease.
The person who leases the vehicle; the consumer.
The holder of a lease according to the records of the Department. In this document, the term lessee refers only to holders of oil sands leases.
The person or entity granting a lease.
One who grants lands under a lease.
The vehicle hirer, customer or user of the vehicle who signed the lease agreement.
The primary driver of the vehicle who signs the lease and is responsible for compliance with the contracts terms and conditions set forth. The lessee can be an individual or company.
a person who holds a lease, i
The present owner of the leasehold property. This contrasts with the freeholder or landlord whose interest is subject to the lessee's rights under the lease until the lease term has come to an end
Someone who has a lease for something.
the user of the goods in relation to a lease
One who takes land upon a lease.
The person who has temporary possession and use of a leased vehicle.
The one who receives the lease, usually the driver or customer.
the person that is leasing the vehicle
user of the leased equipment
This is the person or customer who has leased the car.
Party who leases vehicle. Holds temporary possession of the vehicle.
Person who signs the lease in order to rent the property from the landlord.
The party to the lease agreement who is obligated to pay the rentals and perform other duties. Such lessee may also be deemed the owner and title holder of the equipment for which rentals are being paid under a lease-purchase arrangement
Person(s) leasing a property from another.
The party to a lease agreement who is obligated to pay the rentals (and possibly perform other duties), and who is entitled to use and possess the equipment during the lease term.
One to whom a lease is granted
A person, firm, or corporation which has the legal possession and control of a vehicle owned by another under terms of a lease agreement.
The party to a lease that secures the right to possess and use the property.
The user of the vehicle under a lease agreement.
A resident under a lease.
One who has the right to use or occupy property under a lease agreement.
A Lessee is you, or the person leasing a vehicle or residence.
A person/legal entity who receives the right to occupy and use a property under the terms of a lease.
A party who rents property from another under a lease.
The customer leasing the car.
A business or individual that leases an asset, such as an automobile or a computer system, from a business or financial services firm.
An individual who rents property to another under a lease. Landlord
Leaseholder: the owner of a leasehold property.
the person or company that leases a vehicle from a car dealer, leasing company or other lessor. A lease must have a fixed term of at least one month.
A tenant holding a leasehold.
Person leasing property from an owner.
A tenant who obtains legal possession of the property of another and to whom a lease is given in consideration of rental payments.
The person to whom property is rented or leased. The lessee possesses the right to use or occupy the property in return for the payment of rent over the term of the lease agreement.
A property owner who transfers certain rights for a limited period to a tenant. Generally referred to as a landlord.
The entity that is using/leasing the equipment from its owner, the lessor (us).
One not owning property, who makes periodic payments for the right to use or enjoy the property; e.g., a tenant.
The user of the equipment being leased.
person to whom a lease was granted
The person who leases the car from the Mercedes Maryland dealership.
Someone who owns a lease on a property.
tenant in a building.
A sole proprietor or company that pays the owner (lessor) for use of an asset, but does not own it.
The party to whom the vehicle is leased. In a consumer lease, the lessee is you, the consumer. The lessee is required to make payments and to meet other obligations specified in the lease agreement.
The tenant in a lease.
Lessor Letting insurance
A person (or legal entity) who leases a property.
The person who leases the car from the Volvo Indiana dealership.
One who rents property from another. In the case of real estate, the lessee is also known as the tenant.
The person who leases the car from the Ford Illinois dealership.
the tenant or party named in the lease to whom real estate property or land is leased or rented under specific terms of contract.
The person to whom a lease is granted.
One who has the temporary possession of real property owned by another (the 'Landlord'). Also called a 'Tenant'.
One who takes lands upon a lease.
A tenant who leases property from a landlord
The person who leases the car from the Chevrolet Colorado dealership.
A party to whom a property has been let.
The person who leases the car from the Kia Oklahoma dealership.
The person who leases the car from the Honda Tennessee dealership.
The person who leases the car from the Jeep Florida dealership.
The individual or entity that is leasing the equipment.
The person who leases the car from the Pontiac Pennsylvania dealership.
() The tenant, as it pertains to a lease agreement.
a person who rents or leases an item.
A person, business or other organization that is granted the use and possession of property in return for payment of rent. When real estate is rented, the lessee is known as the tenant.
One who contracts to rent property under a specified lease agreement.
The customer who signs a lease with the lessor and pays for use of the vehicle.
The party to whom the possession of specified property has been conveyed for a period of time in return for rental payments.
This is the person who leases a vehicle.
The person to who property is rented or leased; called a tenant in most residential leases. ( See tenant )
Someone who leases property from someone else.
A tenant under a lease.
An individual or entity to whom property is rented under a lease. A tenant.
The party to a lease known as the tenant.
Tenant, or one who leases property from another.
A person leasing a property.
A tenant holding a lease.
A lessee is someone who has temporary use of an automobile because they signed a lease.
The tenant. One who pays rent.
The person who signs a lead to have temporary use of a vehicle.
The person to whom a property is rented under a lease. A tenant.
The person who rents land or property from a lessor.
A party who makes use of property owned by another party (the lessor) and pays the lessor, usually in the form of rentals, for that use.
A lessor's tenant, a landlord's tenant, the one who leases, a tenant having a leasehold estate, which consists of the right to exclusive use and occupancy. The tenant obligated to pay the rent.
The person or company leasing the car from the dealership.
The party that uses, rather than the one who owns, the leased property.
The person who rents property from another. A tenant.
The tenant in a leasehold estate.
The party to a lease agreement who is obligated to pay the rentals to the lessor and is entitled to use and possess the leased equipment during the lease term.
The tenant under a lease.
One who receives property by a lease.
The person to whom property is leased by another; also called a tenant.
A person who owns a lease - also known as the leaseholder or tenant.
The person paying rent for using but not owning the asset. To Top
The person to whom a lease is made—for example, the timber company in the case of a forest landowner who leases land to a timber company. Also see "Lessor."
It is the person who rents a property from its owner. These properties can be real estate, precious metals or other assets. For instance, when the asset is real estate the lessee is known as the tenant.
The person or persons holding rights of possession and use of property under terms of a lease.
A person who signs a lease to get temporary use of property.
The legal entity that is leasing the equipment and responsible for the lease. This can be an individual (Sole Proprietor) Corporation, LLC, or Partnership.
This is the person who has leased the vehicle.
A person to whom property is rented under a lease. Go top
The primary driver of the leased vehicle, who signs the lease contract and is legally bound to the contract terms and conditions.
Party or company with legal possession/control of vehicle (with/without driver), or other equipment owned by another under terms of lease agreement.
A person who obtains a lease on mining land.
The user of the leased property under the lease.
The person who leases the property in terms of the Lease Agreement.
A party who uses the property owned by an alternate party (the Lessor) and pays the Lessor, typically in the form of rentals, for that use.
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Company or individual which leases vehicles.
The entity in a Lease agreement who uses the leased equipment and pays Rentals to a Lessor.
Name assigned to a person or party who signs a lease and agrees to assume responsibility for a vehicle and the lease payments.
The person who leases the car from the Acura New york dealership.
The person or company leasing the vehicle ( i.e. Bob Smith ).
A person to whom property is rented under a lease. A tenant. Compare with lessor. .
A person who obtains possession of a property under a lease.
The individual or company that uses the vehicle.
The person (You) who leases and uses the vehicle.
The person who leases the car from the Hummer Texas dealership.
The person or entity entitled to the use of the asset under the terms of the lease agreement (i.e., Customer).
The user of the leased vehicle.
A tenant who has signed a lease.
The individual, partnership, or corporation using the equipment being leased from the lessor (owner).
A person who leases a cat from the registered owner.
The lessee is the user of the asset being leased, i.e. you.
The party that is granted the right to use property under the terms of a lease.
(Locataire) Person or company to whom property is leased.
The tenant granted a lease.
The person or organization to whom the vehicle is leased, signatory to the lease agreement.
The company or individual to whom a vehicle is leased.
The party entitled to possession and use of the vehicle according to the terms of the lease.
User of a leased asset.
Also known as Tenant is a person or entity to whom property is rented under a lease.
An individual (i.e. tenant) to whom property is rented under a lease.
A person or entity who uses someone else's property in exchange for rent.
a person who has signed a lease to rent real property
"One who rents property from another."
One who possesses the right to use or occupy a property under lease agreement.
The person acquiring an estate for years in a lease.
An entity that leases an asset from another entity.
Tenant leasing property.
the person who hires something from a lessor
Person or entity that has the right to use property under the terms of a LEASE.
A person who is granted a lease - ie- a person who rents a property (or other type of asset) from someone
The person who agrees to lease the vehicle; the consumer.
The party who conveyed a right or estate in realty to the lessee under a lease; commonly referred to as the landlord. An owner who enters into a lease with a tenant.
A person who enters into a lease contract as the user of the land, buildings, plant or equipment.
a person to whom a lease is granted, commonly called the tenant.
Person to whom the lease is granted.
A person or firm to whom a lease is granted.
the person leasing a property
The lessee, as contractual partner of the lessor, leases an asset over a certain basic lease period. The lessee uses the leased object, which is normally the legal and beneficial property of the lessor, on the basis of the lease contract. At the lessee, the leased object is an off-balance sheet item and thus is not subject to Germany's corporation tax. The lease installments are fully deductible as operating expenses in the lessee's income statement. If, pursuant to the German § 39 General Tax Code, as well as the leasing decree dated 04/19/1971, the lessee is the beneficial owner, the lessee must capitalize the asset. In that case, the lessee can only claim the interest element of the lease payments and depreciation od the asset as operating expenses. The lessee may then only claim the interest as operating expenses.
A tenant or leaseholder, party given a lease
The individual or party who takes property upon a lease
One that holds real or personal property under a lease, e.g., a tenant of rented premises.
A person/entity to whom property is rented under terms of a lease.
A person who is renting property by means of a lease.
The person who signs a lease.
The person who leases a vehicle. The party paying for the use of the vehicle (consumer).