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"leaseback" in British English

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leasebacknoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈliːs.bæk/ specialized
a ​legalagreement by which the ​owner of a ​building, ​piece of ​land, ​vehicle, etc. ​allows the ​previousowner to ​continue to use it for a ​regularamount of ​money
(Definition of leaseback from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"leaseback" in Business English

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leasebacknoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈliːsbæk/ (also sale and leaseback) PROPERTY, LAW
an ​agreement by which the ​seller of ​property or an ​assetpaysrent to the new ​owner in ​order to continue using it: a leaseback agreement/arrangement/deal The ​firm could be looking at a leaseback ​agreement with a ​majorcorporatepartner. The Group ​raised the ​money partly by a ​sale and leaseback of some of its existing ​hotelstock to the Bank of Scotland.
(Definition of leaseback from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “leaseback”
in Chinese (Simplified) 售后回租…
in Chinese (Traditional) 售後回租…
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