Examples of lessee in a Sentence
the lessee has the right to expect the lessor to make all necessary repairs in a timely manner
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The liquor license gets transferred to the lessee for the length of the contract.
Ramona Municipal Water District owns the property, but the Ramona Parks and Recreation Association (RPRA) is in charge of cleanup as the lessee of Wellfield Park for roughly 27 years.
But subprime lessees are also more likely to miss payments or abandon their vehicles altogether, which can cut into profits or even turn a lease into a money-loser.
In addition, the current lessee there gets an additional 800 square feet to use.
Toyota officials say that only 2,000 have been put on the road, and those vehicles are limited to buyers and lessees who live near fueling stations and who otherwise would be able to fit them into their lives.
Honda reached the settlement over financial-loss claims affecting current and former owners and lessees of roughly 16.5 million vehicles in the U.S. equipped with the air bags, plaintiffs’ lawyers said on Friday.
At the end of the term, typically 36 months, the lessee brings the car back and can pay the residual to own it or lease a newer model.
When Apple received its license to test three autonomous vehicles from the state's DMV in April, the documents listed Donlen as the lessor and Apple as the lessee.
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