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Memorandum To: Supervisor From: Date: March 14, 2011 Re: Leases and Lease Issues CONFIDENTIAL The trucking company currently owns 100 trailers and a new client have requested 20 more for a total of 120 trailers for its project. The relationship with the new client is uncertain but at the same time it has potential for significant growth of the company. The uncertainty of the relationship may have an effect on the financial position of the client company...

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Buy or Lease?

To Buy or to Lease? The Risk. Malaysia Airlines decision to lease whether a capital or operating rather than buying the asset arise because of the risk decision and the decision made in the upper management. When making the decision to buy or to lease the company must not only consider the financial implications of the options including the value of the money but consideration must also be given to long-term strategic priorities. It is important to understand the implications and the risks posed...

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Definition of Lease and the Types of Lease

Definition of ‘Lease’ A legal document outlining the terms under which one party agrees to rent property from another party. A lease guarantees the lessee (the renter) use of an asset and guarantees the lessor (the property owner) regular payments from the lessee for a specified number of months or years. Both the lessee and the lessor must uphold the terms of the contract for the lease to remain valid. Leases are the contracts that lay out the details of rental agreements in the real estate market...

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Form It is best to firstly explain what leases and licences are. There are two legal estate under the property act 1925 [2] , an estate in fee simple absolute in possession and a term of years absolute. Tenure by a lease is an agreement that the tenant may enjoy exculsive possession for a specified period of time, also referred to as ‘term of years absolute’ [3] . The leaseholder may be designated as lessee, or termor [4] . The leading authority for leases is Street v Mountford [5] , where the House...

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Leases and Lease Structure Issues

July 18, 2011 3 Subject: Leases and Lease Structure Issues 4 To: Regional Trucking Company 5 From: Bob Stanton This memo will cover the current practice and thought related to direct financing, sales type, and operating leases. I understad that Regional Trucking Company have limited time to cover all aspects of these areas. Disclosure Requirements for Capital Leases SFAS No. 13 also requires the disclosure of additional information for capital leases. The following information must...

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Lease Memo

The FASB issued SFAS No. 13, “Accounting for Leases” to establish standards of financial accounting and reporting for the lessees and lessors. The three leasing options to available are operating, sales-type, and direct financing. This memo will define each option, compare operating versus capitalizing and give a recommendation for XYZ Company. Lease Definitions A lease can be either capital or operating. It is considered to be a capitalized lease when all the benefits and risks of ownership...

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Accounting for Leases

accounting for leases has been under scrutiny recently, depicted by the statement, “Accounting for leases under NZ IAS 17 is arbitrary and obscures economic reality”. The following issues will be further examined in the following discussion; whether the current standard faithfully reflects lease arrangements and whether it is or is not consistent with the New Zealand framework. Where the statement claims ‘NZ IAS is arbitrary’, the issue it raises is whether the standard faithfully reflects lease arrangements...

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Creation of Lease and Perioidic Tenancy

CREATION OF LEASES AND PERIODIC TENANCY FORMALITIES A lease may be created either orally, in writing, or by deed. At common law, a lease may be created by parol. This remains the general mode of creating periodic tenancy which is the most common place of all types of leases. Over three centuries ago, parties to conveyance of land were perpetrating fraud as a result of the absence of written evidence of land transactions. The English parliament responded by enacting the STATUTE OF FRAUD in 1677...

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Exposure Draft 242 Lease Essay

Exposure Draft 242: Leases Introduction The Exposure Draft (ED) on leases is dissected to prove its ability to provide useful information to the user. This essay will firstly describe the objectives and the three key issues, which are lessee accounting, presentation of statements and disclosure. Secondly, it will analyse how the changes in new ED affect users and provides useful information in terms of those three issues. Lastly, a conclusion will be drawn to summarise and restate the topics. Objectives...

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Types of Leases

What is a lease? A lease is a contractual arrangement where the lessor grants the lessee the right to use an asset in return for periodical rental payments. While leasing of land, buildings, and animals has been known for a long time, the leasing of industrial equipment is a relatively recent phenomenon, particularly on the Indian scene. What are the Types of Leases Finance Lease v/s Operating Lease Finance Lease: The lease transfers ownership to the lessee before the lease expires The lessee...

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