eddy2 Saturday, 08/11/18 01:40:22 PM Re: None Post # of 116961 There always set up as a lease to purchase. Meaning the equity is leased and the shares purchased back from the proceeds of the lease for the original stakeholders. Any new capital raised goes toward the equity purchase. There is tax’s for the sale and purchase as well the generated revenue from leasing the interest. Any capital depreciation on the assets leased are reimbursed back to both parties involved. One as a notable tax savings or credit that will go toward the purchase off setting the companies tax’s owed ie: treasury minus shareholders deficit. The lease costs take into account the recievables and payables. Liability is made up of all debt including the lease payments required. If the lease contract to purchase expires as stated in the perspective and articles of incorporation and is not renewed or fully fulfilled then proceeds will be returned minus any depreciated asset costs, and tax’s owed plus any shareholders deficit “ capital borrowed too full fill the lease obligations”.