Equipment Lease

How To Use

This review list is provided to inform you about the document in question and assist you in its preparation.  This is a standard straightforward lease agreement. Be sure to file the appropriate local, county, and state liens (UCC forms) against the equipment within the locals where the Equipment is kept by Lessee, according to this Agreement.

This not only perfects your interest in the property but also warns off other creditors of Lessee, so they do not attempt to attach the property. If they do, you will have a senior position. Be sure to establish an end of lease purchase price in Exhibit 1. Do likewise for a renewal period of the Equipment. GE Capital, for example, has found releasing Equipment very lucrative because the proper paperwork is in place and continuation is quite simply because, by the end of the first lease period, most equipment is worth more than its then supposed capital price.

Therefore, you may be well advised from a business perspective to encourage releasing for a reduced price at the end of the lease. In this instance, inertia is on your side since Lessee “has” the Equipment and it is always easier to continue as is rather than getting new equipment, and so on.

  • Make multiple copies so you have several sets for your various files, including your corporate records.
  • Be sure to file liens, as appropriate, as described above against your equipment in the appropriate jurisdictions.