Least Common Multiple or LCM
Expenses that are not affected by sales volumes are called fixed costs. These costs remain constant regardless of the number of units produced or number of units sold. An example would be the lease on a building. Sales volume may fluctuate but lease payments typically remain constant (as outlined by the lease agreement).
NNN lease means triple net lease which is common in commercial leases. "Net Lease" is a term used to signify a lease structure in which the tenant or lessee is responsible for paying a portion all of the common expenses related to real estate ownership.
Lease which is done for the entire productive life of an asset is called "Capital lease or finance lease".
you can for a private seller but if you buy multiple car's and lease them it would be illegal unless you have a dealer license.
Is called a lease.
(in the US) Contract law is quire clear and is not administered under "common" law. If the lease prohibits the lease from being "assigned" then it is not legally assignable. If there is no prohibition against it then it is legally permissable.
Common Area Maintenance
Triple net leaseA triple net lease (Net-Net-Net or NNN) is a lease agreement on a property where the tenant or lessee agrees to pay all real estate taxes, building insurance, and maintenance (the three 'Nets') on the property in addition to any normal fees that are expected under the agreement (rent, etc.). In such a lease, the tenant or lessee is responsible for all costs associated with the repair and maintenance of any common area.
A rent or lease agreement is very secure and hard to get out of. A deal has to be made with the rental company to terminate the lease. These usually require getting somebody else to take over the apartment for the rest of the lease term.
No, but 99 year leases are very common.
The two types of vehicle leases are closed-end and open-end leases. A closed-end lease is a rental agreement that puts no obligation on the lessee (the person making periodic lease payments) to purchase the leased asset at the end of the agreement. Also called a "true lease", "walkaway lease" or "net lease". An open-end lease is a rental agreement that obliges the lessee (the person making periodic lease payments) to purchase the leased asset at the end of the agreement. Also called a "finance lease".
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