LEASEHOLD Definition

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LEASEHOLD is an agreement between the lessee and lessor specifying the lessees rights to use the leased property for a specific purpose and given time at a specified rental payment.

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CAPTIVE DISTRIBUTOR is one held under control of another but having the appearance of independence; especially: owned or controlled by another concern and operated for its needs rather than for an open market.

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