lessor lessor  /ˈlɛ sər/

Definition(s):

  • (n) someone who grants a lease

Usage(s):

  1. In each case, the Government charged 1) fraud and conspiracy in the execution of the leases, 2) the lessor's lack of authority to make the leases.
  2. General American Tank Car, builder and lessor of freight cars, earned $2,475,000 against $3,653,000.
  3. So does to a lessor but ever increasing extent Politico.

News

  1. David Pfeffer and Gabriel Levinson of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP File Lawsuit Against the Lessor and Lessees of Denny ...

    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--David Pfeffer and Gabriel Levinson of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP File Lawsuit Against the Lessor and Lessees of Denny's
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Business Wire

  2. Rebranding to Merchants Fleet Management: An Interview With CEO Glen Villano

    The Singer brothers, Gary, Robert, and Jeffrey, along with brother-in-law Michael Sydney, continue to develop the family-owned business founded by patriarch Irving Singer over 50 years ago. Merchants has since grown to become the nation’s 10th largest fleet lessor.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Automotive Fleet

Quotes

  1. "There might be other international players seeking to expand their leasing business," Aboulafia said. "CIT could give them a major presence without the risks and difficulties of digesting a lessor as big as ILFC."
    on Jul 26, 2009 By: Richard Aboulafia Source: Bloomberg

  2. Bjork, an appointed incumbent who won election, said too much planning could "scare off a potential lessor."
    on Jun 21, 2007 By: Björk Source: The Daily Astorian (registration)

  3. "What is a lessor going to do? They are going to raise the fees. We can do that ourselves," McGoldrick said.
    on Jun 4, 2007 By: Jake McGoldrick Source: Examiner.com

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