The rental agreement usually involves two parties, i.e. the owner (owner) and the tenant (user). Under this agreement, the lessor entrusts the tenant with the right of use in return for the agreed rental contracts. A lease agreement can be flexible enough to meet the financial requirements of both parties. In the case of a lease, the property belongs to the owner. The tenant has the right to use the devices and does not have the opportunity to buy. While when buying rental, the tenant has the opportunity to buy. The tenant becomes the owner of the asset/equipment immediately after payment of the last instalment. When buying rental, the goods or property is sold once and there can be no more than one buyer. But in operating leasing, the lessor can be a person, but there can be a number of lessors. The main difference between a lease and a lease is that at the end of a lease, you return the asset and you have the option, at the end of an HP, to purchase and hold the asset if you wish.

In the rental agreement, the relationship between the parties is that of the owner / seller and the tenant, while it exists for the lessor between the lessor and the lessee. At the time of the time purchase, the contract for the transfer of ownership is concluded after a fixed period. But in the case of leasing, ownership is only transferred in the case of a financial lease. During hire-purchase, ownership is not transferred. In the case of lease purchase agreements, the property is passed to the purchase tenant after the closing of the last tranche of the asset, while in the case of finance lease, there is only one possibility of ownership at the end of the lease period. . . .