In this case, the entity should currently consider the de-accounting requirements of IAS 39, Financial Instruments: Accounting and Valuation. The processing depends on the terms of each transaction. If the two transactions are separate, to the extent that the lead entity is required to pay its rents under the tenancy in mind, whether or not it obtains its sub-rents, the conditions of demance are not met and the two leases must be taken into account in gross terms. A conditional rent is an amount that is paid as part of the rental payments, but is not fixed or agreed in advance at the beginning of the lease, but the amount to be paid depends on a future event. However, it is not an interest payment because it is not time-related, so the current value of the money is not a problem. Conditional rent is generally related to an increase or decrease in future sales by the lessor or an increase or decrease in the use of assets or inflation or deflation. According to IAS 17, unreported rents are excluded from minimum rental payments and are recorded as expenses/income during the period in which they are incurred/earned. Leasing indicators often do not always move in the same direction, making it difficult to classify leasing. The leasing of specialized assets is generally structured as a financing lease. When an asset is specialized, it means that no other entity has any use for the asset.
As a result, the lessor will only get its return on investment through rent and will structure the lease as a financing lease. If, at the end of the lease, a lessor can sell or lease non-specialized assets to other parties and is willing to accept financial risk during that period, this could be an indicator of an operational leasing contract. The assets of a non-professional may be specialized. For example, leased facilities and equipment may be permanently installed in a building, and their distance at the end of the lease may be insureable or too costly for the owner. Specialized assets can often have a significant residual life at the end of the lease, and sometimes that residual life may be the largest part of the asset`s economic life, so this indicator will indicate that it is an operational leasing contract. However, it may be helpful not to take this indicator into account. Normally, a business lease with a significant portion of the life of the assets must be realized by selling or other rentals. However, in the case of a specialized asset, this generally does not happen, as it is of value only to the lessor. In this case, the asset is usually transferred to the underwriter at the end of the lease, with a zero or nominal rate payment, and is considered a financing lease.
Similar principles apply to real estate and personal property, although the terminology is different. The right to sublet may or may not be allowed to a tenant. When authorized, the lease granted directly by the owner is called “head lease” or sometimes “master-leasing”. Headlease tenants and their tenants, who also have sublettings, are designated as mesne /mi`n/ owner of the former French for the center. The headlease tenant is not allowed to grant a sublease that goes beyond the end of the headlease.  A temporary rent automatically ends when the fixed life expires or, in the case of a lease agreement ending with the arrival of an event, if the event occurs. If a tenant stays on the property after the termination of the tenancy agreement, he or she can become a tenant because the landlord has kept (or approved) the tenant instead of distributing it.