leasing


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leas·ing

 (lē′sĭng)
n. Archaic
1. The act of lying.
2. A lie; a falsehood.

[Middle English lesing, from Old English lēasung, from lēasian, to lie, from lēas, untrue; see leu- in Indo-European roots.]

leasing

(ˈliːsɪŋ)
n
(Law) the process of giving or taking out a lease
Translations

leasing

[ˈliːsɪŋ] N (= option to buy) → alquiler m con opción a compra, leasing m; (= renting) → arrendamiento m, alquiler m (Fin) → arrendamiento m financiero

leasing

n
(= renting)Mieten nt; (of land)Pachten nt
(= hiring out)Vermieten nt; (of land)Verpachten nt; (of car, computer)Leasing nt
References in classic literature ?
So while Bell, in eloquent rhapsodies, painted word- pictures of a universal telephone service to applauding audiences, Sanders and Hubbard were leasing telephones two by two, to business men who previously had been using the private lines of the Western Union Telegraph Company.
In a short time the delighted Hubbard found himself leasing telephones at the rate of a thousand a month.
His central idea, from the first, was not the mere leasing of telephones, but rather the creation of a Federal company that would be a permanent partner in the entire telephone business.
"Now Tom, about this business of leasing to the English Government the right to manufac- ture that new explosive of yours," began Ned, plunging into the business at hand.
Korren, senior vice president and director of commercial leasing and operations, served as the executive in charge of supervising all of the firm's leasing activities within its approximately four million square foot Downtown portfolio.
Articles portraying leasing rules as inadequate continue to appear in the financial press.
And leasing a fleet of trucks might be a natural decision for your delivery company.
The province of Sindh has played a very pivotal role in the progress of leasing industry in Pakistan -- particularly during 1984 to 1991.
The certificate provides the detailed rationale for leasing the proposed items versus selling them.
The Federal Reserve Board on August 2, 2000, announced a new education resource designed to help consumers learn more about vehicle leasing. Keys to Vehicle Leasing: A Consumer Resource is a computer program that can be downloaded from the Federal Reserve Board's web site (www.federalreserve.gov/ pubs/leasing) and used on home PCs.
If you're responsible for any purchasing decisions for your company, chances are you may be leasing equipment right now or you may be considering leasing in the future.
In an August 20 letter from TEI President Charles Shewbridge, the Institute explained that subsection 136.1(1) was enacted to treat each leasing period as a separate supply to ensure that either GST or HST (harmonized sales tax) was imposed, based on the physical location of the leased good at the beginning of the "leasing interval." Proposed amendments to the subsection would deem the exercise of an option to purchase tangible personal property under a lease to occur at the time and place at which the person begins to have possession as a purchaser.