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Direct lease

A contractual Financing arrangement in which the Lessor, typically a bank, purchases the Property directly from the manufacturer and leases that Property to the Lessee.

Related Terms: 10 Call, Contract, Financing, FIN, Lease, Lessee, Lessor, Purchase, Property, Range
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