New York Real Estate Glossary L
(Late Payment - Liabilities)
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Payment received after the due date.
Payment of rent by the lessee to the lessor, for the use of real property
for a stated time period.
Binding agreement containing the terms of a renter's occupancy.
Agreement, specified in the lease, which provides the tenant the option
to renew the lease for a given time period upon the expiration of the
initial lease. Most lease options include the landlord's right to increase
the rent upon renewal.
Lease With Option to Purchase
Lease, which contains the right of the lessee to buy the property at
the end of the lease term.
The landlord's ownership interest of a property that is under lease.
Agreement between the lessee and lessor specifying the lessee's rights
to use the leased property for a given time at a specified rental payment.
Possession and use of a property estate by virtue of a lease. There
are four types of leasehold estates: estate for years, periodic tenancy,
tenancy at will, and tenant at sufferance.
Fixtures attached to real estate that are generally acquired or installed
by the tenant.
Mortgage collateralized by a tenant's interest, usually structural improvements,
in a lease parcel of property.
The value of a tenant's interest in a lease, especially when the rent
is below market and the lease has a long remaining term.
Debts and financial obligations, incurred but unpaid.