lease (something) from (someone or something)

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lease (something) from (someone or something)

To rent a property from some person, group, or company. We're actually leasing the space directly from the government, who gave us a great discount on our monthly payments. I'm leasing the office from my father-in-law while I get my business set up.
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lease something from someone

to rent something from someone. We decided to lease the building from the owner rather than buying it. The company always leases its cars from the dealership.
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While such a general legal difference exists, the fact is, telecommunications license agreements fail many, if not all, of the tests that differentiate leases from license agreements.