Operating lease

Operating lease

In the case of an operating lease, the lessor retains ownership of the items rented out to the lessee (owner of the goods).

In exchange for regular payments, the owner of the products gives to a third party the privilege of making use of the items.

However, since there is no transfer of title throughout the lease agreement, the products are returned to their original owner when the rental time comes to an end.

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