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lessors are free to charge as much as they want for a house
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There is also talk that Richard could accept a lessor position with the Seahawks.
SpiceJet’s fortunes hit bottom in December 2014, when lessors took away some aircraft, the carrier missed salary payments and canceled more than 2,000 flights that month.
The airline plans to sell them whole or in pieces, return some to lessors and scrap the rest, Chief Operating Officer Mike Van De Ven said in an interview.
Some domestic German routes are set to be cut by the end of this week, and all inter-continental services will end on Oct. 15 as lessors recall a fleet of Airbus SE A330 wide-body jets.
Q: How do your machines make money for their owners/lessors?
The full $2500 goes to buyers or lessors of EVs with battery capacities above 10 kWh, such as the 30-kWh Nissan Leaf.
Boeing topped up its tally by announcing a firm order for 125 737 MAX 8 airplanes with an undisclosed customer and another deal with lessor AerCap to convert 15 of its MAX 8 orders into the larger MAX 10.
As City Manager George Rodericks explained, that would allow the town to essentially get a loan from a bank, becoming both the lessor and lessee of its own buildings.
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Origin and Etymology of lessor
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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law : a person or company that leases property (such as a car or house) to someone
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