Last modified on 23 May 2014, at 14:04

leaseback

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EtymologyEdit

lease +‎ back

NounEdit

leaseback (plural leasebacks)

  1. (finance) A property transaction where a party sells something, then leases it from the purchaser. The seller is released from tax, depreciation, and maintenance costs, and the buyer is guaranteed an income from the property.[1]

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