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  • n. A person who leases something from a lessor; lessee.


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  • You can find out if the lessor will take a sub-leasee, meaning someone to take over your lease.

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  • The spanking new vehicle had been leased from a dealership but when the leasee discovered he owed more money then he had, he had the bright idea of torching the $100,000 tank and claiming it was an accident.

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  • No guests meant each paying leasee got his selected spot!

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  • That's because the contracts are based on accurately predicting a vehicle's value when the leasee turns it back in.

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  • Today's decision by the NYS Appeals Court, reversing a June 2005 NYS Supreme Court decision, effectively says that a landlord cannot compel a leasee to acquire terrorism insurance if terrorism is not specifically included in the lease's named perils policy.

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  • This top-secret information was told to me in deepest confidence several months ago, but now that there are, like, public notices plastered to the glass doors of what used to be the WB cartoon factory, and those notices say: "Warner Bros. leasee is sub-leasing floors 1 and 2 to the MPAA," the proverbial cat is out of the bag.

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  • An estate in real property held by leasee/tenant under a lease.

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  • Newspaperman: The leasee has the right to a portion of the land in cases where he pays a rent, as well as in cases where he is in arrears in paying the rent, does he have to pay the arrears before being able to enjoy the benefits of the Agrarian Reform or is the INRA going to pay the leases?


  • Page to perform thereafter the obligations of this lease; otherwise the leasee shall not be entitled to a restoration of its rights and privileges as aforesaid.

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  • For instance, Chrysler Canada has cash rebates of up to $5,500 if you are one of the few Gold Key Lease holders left in Canada -- $3,000 for a returning leasee who opts for, say, a Jeep Compass.

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