- n someone who grants a lease
- It reduced its 1941 debt of $969 million (including lessor companies) by $51 million, bringing total retirements for the decade to $191 million.
- 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.
- General American Tank Car, builder and lessor of freight cars, earned $2,475,000 against $3,653,000.
- Richard Aboulafia in Bloomberg
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."
- BjÃ¶rk in The Daily Astorian (registration)
Bjork, an appointed incumbent who won election, said too much planning could "scare off a potential lessor."
- Jake McGoldrick in Examiner.com
What is a lessor going to do? They are going to raise the fees. We can do that ourselves,McGoldrick said.