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One strategy that could provide tax and financial advantages to both a corporation and its controlling shareholder is a sale and leaseback of real property in which the corporation sells real estate with a building on it to the shareholder, who, in turn, leases both back to the company.
Sale and leaseback Generally, under a sale-leaseback arrangement, the owner of a residence sells the property to a junior family member or to a partnership comprised of junior family members.
represented CVS Corporation in the sale and leaseback of 163 of the company's properties to affiliates of Staubach Capital Partners of Dallas, Texas.
NASDAQ/NM:CHUX), a leading casual dining restaurant company, today announced the completion of a $50 million sale and leaseback transaction and the establishment of a $25 million share repurchase authorization.
The Company recently completed two sale and leaseback transactions including six of its senior living communities.
The Company recently completed the sale and leaseback of three of its senior living communities and has entered into definitive agreements for sale and leaseback transactions involving two additional communities.
NYSE:PIC) today announced that it has appointed a new marketing executive, closed 14 non-performing cafeterias, successfully completed a sale and leaseback transaction, and amended its Senior Credit Facility.
announced today the launch of a new sale and leaseback program for new Cessna 172 single-engine aircraft.