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EQUIPMENT LEASING NEWSLETTER

December 2012

A Lease Is a Lease Is a … Loan? Avoiding Recharacterization

By Pamela J. Martinson

This article explores the impact of recharacterization, and discusses the tests developed by courts to determine whether a lease will be considered to be a secured loan. Then, a review of the most recent cases shows the characterization tests in practice.

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