Definitions for "lease"
Keywords:  lessor, lessee, landlord, rent, tenant
A written agreement under which a property owner allows a tenant to use the property for a specified period of time and rent.
To grant to another by lease the possession of, as of lands, tenements, and hereditaments; to let; to demise; as, a landowner leases a farm to a tenant; -- sometimes with out.
To hold under a lease; to take lease of; as, a tenant leases his land from the owner.
IP address assignment to a DHCP client that also specifies how long the client can use the address. When the lease expires, the client must negotiate a new one with the DHCP server.
The specific amount of time an IP address is assigned by a DHCP server. An infinite lease is a permanent IP address assignment.
Used to specify how long a DHCP client can use an assigned IP address. When the lease expires, the computer has to negotiate a new lease with the DHCP server.
Keywords:  drill, oil, therein, gas, conveys
Another name for Oil, Gas and Mineral Lease.
A legal document conveying the right to drill for oil, or the tract of land on which a lease has been obtained where the producing wells and production equipment are located.
(1)The legal instrument by which a leasehold is created in minerals. A contract that, for a stipulated sum, conveys to an operator the right to drill for oil or gas. (2) The location of production activity; oil installations and facilities; location of oil field office, tool house, garages.
the use of part of one state's territory by another for a term of years fixed by a treaty. Guantanamo Bay is leased by Cuba in perpetuity to the US.
A lease is an arrangement whereby one railway company would supply and operate locomotives and rolling stock to provide a train service for another railway in exchange for a fixed sum of money per train-mile. The exact conditions and length of leases varied, and in some cases included providing staff for stations and depots. Traffic revenue would go to the owning company, who would use the income to pay the lease and any other operating costs, and for maintenance of the track and engineering works. Any surplus could then be paid in dividend to its shareholders.
Keywords:  tektronix, zip, equip, tanks, cities
(See Tektronix eQuip Finance)
The area where production wells, tanks, separators, and other productions equipment are located.
An option offered in certain ZIP Codes/cities, allowing the leasing of our equipment.
Keywords:  hint, endpoint, licence, expires, seven
People who had obtained a licence to hold land under the provisions of the Land Act 1869 could either purchase or lease this land after an initial three-year period. The lease allowed for a seven-year period in which the balance of the purchase price could be paid in installments.
A period of validity for things such as hints, and jobs. The application managing an item with a lease must assume that the item (hint, job, etc) is valid until the item is specifically changed, or until the lease expires. A lease expires when its endpoint is no longer in the future.
Financial instrument based upon the contango in the gold or silver market to finance precious metals inventory.
Keywords:  glean, harvesters, behind, gather, left
To gather what harvesters have left behind; to glean.
Keywords:  tack, scotland, generally, called
generally called in Scotland, a tack
The arrangement of strands adopted to keep all WARP THREADS in the same relative position after WARPING until WEAVING is completed.
Keywords:  hedge, silver, gold, day, positions
The act of borrowing gold or silver to fund day-to-day working requirements or hedging positions. See Hedge.
Keywords:  improvement
leasehold leasehold improvement
Keywords:  option
Lease Option
A financial interest, with no restriction as to term or use.
The leasehold interest, if any, of the borrower referred to in the mortgage form.