A lease agreement is a contract that obliges the taker (user) to pay the lessor (owner) for the use of an asset.  Real estate, buildings and vehicles are common assets that are leased. Industrial or commercial equipment is also leased. Overall, a lease agreement is a contract between two parties, the lessor and the taker. The lessor is the rightful owner of the asset, while the lessor obtains the right to use the asset in exchange for regular rents.  The tenant also agrees to comply with various conditions regarding the use of the property or equipment. For example, a person who rents a car may accept the condition that the car be used only for personal use. A cancelled lease (UK: identifiable/resilient lease) is a lease agreement that can only be terminated by the taker or the lessor without penalty (formally established). An identifiable lease agreement for both parties can be determined by both parties. A non-cancellable lease is a lease agreement that cannot be terminated. As a general rule, “leasing” may involve an undated lease, while the “lease” may connote a terminating lease. A lease agreement is a legal contract and therefore enforceable by all parties. Often, a tenant wishes to remain in possession after the expiry of their lease.
The amount of rent that a landlord can claim and receive for the renewal of a tenancy agreement is limited only by negotiations and economic forces available in the local rental market. Rent is a requirement for leases in some common law jurisdictions, but not in civil courts. In England and Wales, in Ashburn Anstalt/Arnold, it was found that rent was not a precondition for a tenancy agreement, but the court would more often use a licence that would not pay rent, as it was not seen as evidence of intent to establish legal relations. There is no obligation for the rent to be commercial; a peppercorn or rent of a certain nominal amount is sufficient for this requirement. Alternatively, a proactive, forward-looking owner negotiates and openly grants options for renewal or renewal if he first enters into a lease agreement. The right to extend occupancy may be all that is necessary to encourage the tenant to remain a tenant when the tenancy agreement expires. [See first form Tuesday 565] The duration of the lease may be fixed, periodic or indeterminate. If this is the case for a given period, the duration automatically expires when the deadline expires and there is no need to notify the absence of legal requirements.
The term may be conditional; in this case, it lasts until a particular event occurs. B for example the death of a particular person. A periodic lease is automatically renewed, usually monthly or weekly. A rent entitled only lasts as long as the parties wish and can be terminated by both parties without penalty. Over the centuries, leases have served many purposes and the nature of legislation has changed according to these purposes and the social and economic conditions of the time. Leases, for example, were used primarily for agricultural purposes until the late 18th and early 19th centuries, when the growth of cities in industrialized countries made leases an important form of land ownership in urban areas.