Chapter 26


1 Introduction

2 What Is A Lease?

2.1 Determining whether an arrangement contains a lease

2.1.1 Identification of an asset

2.1.2 Parts of assets and the unit of account

2.1.3 The arrangement conveys a right to use the item

2.1.4 Fixed or current market prices and control of the asset

2.1.5 When to assess the arrangements

2.1.6 Separation of leases from other payments within the arrangement

2.1.7 Disclosure requirements

2.2 Transactions that are not, in substance, leases

2.2.1 The arrangement

2.2.2 Accounting for assets and liabilities arising under the arrangement

2.2.3 Fee income

2.2.4 Presentation and disclosure requirements

3 Scope and Definitions of Ias 17

3.1 Scope of IAS 17

3.1.1 Leases and licences – IAS 17 and arrangements over intangible assets

3.2 Lease classification

3.2.1 Finance and operating leases

3.2.2 Determining the substance of transactions

3.2.3 Changes to lease terms and provisions

3.3 Leases of land – finance or operating leases?

3.3.1 Lessors and land leases

3.3.2 Measurement of operating leases over land

3.3.3 Presentation of operating leases over land

3.3.4 Separating land and buildings

3.3.5 Leases and investment properties

3.4 Defined terms

3.4.1 Inception and commencement of the lease

3.4.2 Fair value

3.4.3 Minimum lease payments

3.4.4 Lease term and non-cancellable period

3.4.5 Interest rate implicit in the lease and incremental borrowing rate

3.4.6 Residual value

3.4.6.A Residual value guarantors

3.4.7 Contingent rents

3.4.7.A Contingent ...

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