NET-TO-NET LEASE Definition

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NET-TO-NET LEASE is where a tenant pays a basic rental amount typically based on the square footage of the leased property plus all or a portion of the charges associated with the property including but not limited to property taxes, utilities, insurance, assessments and property maintenance.

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PREFERENCE SHARE see PREFERRED STOCK.

INSIDER TRADING is the trading, primarily of securities, by management or others who have special access to unpublished information. If the information is used to illegally make a profit, there may be large fines and possible jail sentences.

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