Someone can lease or rent a FedEx size truck from a number of car rental companies such as Budget Car Rentals, Discount Car Rentals, or Alamon Car Rentals.
It is quite expensive to rent a catering truck. You should expect to pay upwards of 5000 to rent on of these trucks for a month.
Yes, you can rent bucket trucks. You generally rent them by the day, week or month. Penske offers bucket truck rentals and has several sites across the country.
Did you know that you can rent a truck from Home Depot, even if you are not using it to haul items from the store? Home Depot will rent trucks to their customers for a small fee. The trucks are a great way to move a piece of furniture or a large item that you cannot fit into your car. You can even rent the truck by the hour if you only need the truck for a quick job. If you need a Home Depot truck rental, be sure to call ahead to reserve a truck.
One can rent a truck from Home Depot. Howe's truck rental costs $19.95 for an hour. Uhaul costs $100 or so. One just need to check with different company for the duration and size of the truck.
800 a day
There are many vendors that will sell or rent food trucks online. One great example of a vendor that you can buy or rent and lease a food truck from is called Prestige food trucks.
Rent or lease
This is somewhat you mean by owing rent. If you were evicted for nonpayment of rent than the landlord could sue you for the money you owe in back rent. Since there was no lease involved, your landlord cannot sue for future rent.
Rent based on a percentage rent.
If you are looking for a truck to lease visit your local car dealership. If you are looking for a truck to rent however, check with a travel agency or a rental car company such as Hertz or Enterprise.
It means if an apartment rent is $500 and they rent you the apartment for $550, the apartments have a $50 gain to lease. If they rent it for $450, they have a $50 loss to lease.
He probably could. If you have no prior agreement, than it's his land, and he can decide he'll only rent if you agree to his terms, which could be a lease.
Anyone on the lease or that signed the lease is legally responsible for the rent, unless otherwise noted in the lease.
It depends on your lease. If you don't have a lease, the rent can be raised at any time by any amount. If you do have a lease, check the lease. If their are limits raising the rent in the lease, then you can bring that to your landlord's attention. If they raise your rate more than what's in the lease, then you can sue them in order to get them to comply with the lease. If there are no limits identified in the lease, then the rent can be raised at any time by any amount.
He could if you lived there those days.
Rent for lease means that you rent it for a period of time, not forever. It allows the leaser to kick you out whenever he/she feels it most necessary.