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A business arrangement whereby property is simultaneously sold and leased back to the seller for usually long-term continued use. Also called sale and leaseback, sale-leaseback.
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(Law) a property transaction in which the buyer leases the property to the seller
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the sale of property to a buyer who then leases it back to the seller, who often becomes the principal tenant, thus providing substantial tax savings for both.
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leaseback[ˈliːsbæk] n → cession-bail f
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leaseback[ˈliːsˌbæk] n → lease-back m inv
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