Examples of lessor in a Sentence
lessors are free to charge as much as they want for a house
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The money factor is not an interest rate; it is based on a formula that lessors devise to determine their profit.
In 2014, Airbus won a pledge from the lessor for the purchase of 100 planes valued at $10.2 billion.
Air travel demand contracted violently, hobbling GE’s business as the world’s largest lessor of planes.
Stopkotte said that Brush is a friend of his and his lessor for his Indiana residence.
Seaspan is the world’s largest containership lessor by cargo-carrying capacity, according to Alphaliner, and the combined companies would have 8% of the market.
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.
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LESSOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lessor for English Language Learners
law : a person or company that leases property (such as a car or house) to someone
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