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Leasing aircraft in the aviation industry is a common practice. Whether leases are taken for a short-term (wet leasing) or for an extended period (dry leasing), leasing allows airlines to cope with extra demand, ...
DLA Piper
Following the 2018 reforms to the Real Property and Strata Title Laws, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has enacted Leasing Law 2020
Dentons
It goes without saying that operating lessors put a great deal of planning and work into placing an aircraft on lease and delivering it to their customer.
Edwin Coe LLP
Most of us are familiar with the sales puff of those agents' particulars, boasting "a wealth of period features", "a bright and airy aspect" and "well-appointed accommodation".
Wrigleys Solicitors
Developers are adopting new practices in response to the proposed ban on leasehold houses.
Intertrust
Intertrust, a global leader in providing tech-enabled fund and corporate solutions to clients operating and investing in the international business environment
Edwin Coe LLP
The Grenfell Tower inquiry chaired by the Right Honourable Sir Martin Moore-Bick today released its long awaited Phase 1 Report into the disaster.
Charles Russell Speechlys
When looking to buy a new pharmacy, either by starting-up a new business or by acquiring a business through an asset purchase (as opposed to buying the shares in an existing company),
Duff and Phelps
It should come as no surprise to the motor industry that the FCA is considering consumer credit rule enhancements that will likely require considerable changes to how car dealerships do business.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
No-one enters into a lease of commercial property looking for a fight, but experience has shown it is prudent for the parties to provide for what will happen if a dispute arises
Herbert Smith Freehills
The High Court has rejected an argument that the European Medicines Agency's (EMA's) lease of premises at Canary Wharf will be frustrated as a result of the UK's withdrawal from the UK:
Dentons
LIBOR is likely to come to an end after 2021. In the global financial and leasing markets, loans, leases, bonds, hedging,
Dentons
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has completed its first merger investigation into a wet lease arrangement between two airlines.
Dentons
AFI launched in 2017 and supported more than US$1 billion of new aircraft deliveries in that year. AFIC grew out of the recent drying up of export credit support for Boeing and Airbus financings.
Pinsent Masons LLP
The FCA is conducting a review of the motor finance market after it previously raised concerns about transparency, potential conflicts of interest and irresponsible lending.
Deloitte
The government will consult on the legislative changes required as a response to the introduction of IFRS 16 – the new lease accounting standard which will come into effect from 1 January 2019.
Fieldfisher LLP
The difference in treatment between finance leases and operating leases has, for years, stood out as an inconsistent fillip of established accounting practice.
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Duff and Phelps
The requirements set out principles for the recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure of all leases and will take effect in January 2019.
TMF Group
Leases have long been favoured as a form of off-balance sheet financing. But that's set to change from 1 January 2019 when IFRS 16 comes into effect.
Dentons
For airlines and other aircraft operators, Cape Town's virtues are that improved creditors' rights can translate into better pricing.
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