Lessor là gì

a person who allows someone khổng lồ use something that they own, such as l&, a building, or a piece of equipment, according khổng lồ a lease (= legal agreement)

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a person or organization that allows another person or organization khổng lồ use something they own in return for regular payments:
We use the concept of opportunity cost to compute the penalty to lớn be imposed by the lessor on the lessee if land degradation is observed.
But it should be borne in mind that the lessors are still operating under a limited instrumental rationality environment.
In the event, l& is leased out rather than sold, the lessor has full knowledge on the degradation activities of the lessee.
The final assumption adopted in this simulation is that lessors have full knowledge over lvà degradation activities of the lessees.
The institutional constraints faced by the lessors is lifted và the modifications khổng lồ the existing institutions are discussed later in the paper.
This matching process was possible because the description of the piece of land in the lessor"s declaration usually includes the name of the lessee.
In this simulation exercise, the lessor has knowledge over the latter but still lacks information over the former.

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This problem could in a way be solved by the adoption of sharecropping,86 with the lessor bringing in a substantial part of the implements, cattle & seed for sowing.
Second, a lachồng of information on the true value of land on the part of the lessors could provide the lessees" with bargaining power.
In the remainder of the cases the leases had either nearly expired or contained special conditions in favour of the lessor.
If the lessor had paid for the construction, what would be paid would be an occupation rent and not a ground rent.
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