Leaseback

Leaseback

Leaseback, short for sale-and-leaseback, is a financial transaction, where one sells an asset and leases it back for the long-term; therefore, one continues to be able to use the asset but no longer owns it. The transaction is generally done for fixed assets, notably real estate and planes, trains and automobiles, and the purposes are varied, including financing, accounting, and taxing.

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Other articles related to "leaseback":

Frank Lyon Co. V. United States - Background
... and principal banking facility, entered into sale-and-leaseback agreements by which petitioner took title to the building and leased it back to the bank for long-term use, petitioner obtaining both a ... on its construction loan and mortgage, and other expenses related to the sale-and-leaseback transaction ... The transaction was a classic sale leaseback ...
Leaseback - Industrial Equipments
... The leaseback concept has also spread to the industry, for most industrial equipments ... A company sells some of its equipments to a lessor, such as a bank or another financial institution, which lease these equipments back to the company ...