Hypothetical lease agreement (film)

Lease tile vs. derivative "Token Tile"

Film canister

image of the 2 top
				frames of a film with a date plus 3 notches each frame having a part
				n of 10492 parts of a lease agreement, that saying it's holder may
				lease 1 square meter at L.A. City 1188 Hunterwasser after signing
				landlord tenant act 27B-7 form for 66 years or lease space vs. time
				for the identical lease value at the
				same address

A conceptual lease tile, derived from the would be presentation value of a digital token for a tile, could represent for example part 1 of hypothetical lease shown, thus a square meter of example leased space. Further, lease tiles representing further parts of the lease for the same address up to and including lease tile 10492 could also become derived. These lease tile's thus represented could be sold in bulk as rights to the lease agreement on film minus the contract value, to debit providers for inclusion on their server's and use with their card. The contract might also be traded for a part quantity share of their token representation. For the derived tokens out of this hypothetical lease to be used as a lease payment, a lease must be available or occupied (by the token owner) at the address, and the 27B-7 form must be signed by the building owner.

a special film canister with a
				glass two part lock/seal and space therein to mount the two top
				frames for some compatible projector
beautiful token tile image

The top two parts of the lease agreement as shown in the example, with the rest of the film, could be transfered to video by an auditor for the debit provider, who then seals the lease in a film canister. Yearly a notch may optionally be added to such a film while an annual audit takes place the cannister thereby resealed. The debit provider's auditing representative would keep a contract with the lease issuer (building owner) insuring that the tiles stayed correctly rated, thus any rate change information would be forwarded to the auditor's office, then to the token tile server maintainers on the time basis used. All contract's and liability agreements pertinent to the token tiles (lease rights derivatives) would be clearly represented as documents accompanying the sealed cannister.

The actual token representation "Token Tile" itself once upon the debit companies server will hold all accompanying information about itself and be digitally signed and accessible as a singular entity for purchase. These could be stored on a debit card in savings for investment purpose and transfered to checking with online or debit provider software for regular use at point of sale. One way to save on taxes would be to have clients agree to always automatically loan purchased tokens in the checking account to the debit provider to be held on call at zero interest. The token tile's owner could then freely accept cash value from the server instead of the token represented, so that vendors would see no difference from a cash card.

  • The variety of tokens one may hold in savings and conditionally checking might be extended depending on the debit provider's willingness to hold or own tokens from other companies and local legislation. It may hold likely that most companies will only want to deal in their own token's anyway, and that a third party exchange would be more-so apt to trading an index of many provider's tokens.
  • Some of the tokens of any unique building's set would be set aside to represent fragmented ownership needed to denominate smaller amounts used in buying with and selling of token tiles, fragments being sorted by the software on the server.
  • Transfer of the contract rights to such lease agreement requires the buy-out or transfer of all of the tokens as described on the accompanying page, and a new provider.

With lease film in hand, you could then possibly sell, using an image of a frame of the lease film, the conceptual lease tile with the following disclaimer.

This is a derivative investment.  There is in no way any guarantee on it's
value.  That value may become zero, in the case that the lease film is never
used.  Therefore it's value is dependant on local legislation.  This must be a
timed offer with part payment refundable in full were the film never to be
used. These are not for resale until they become digitized by the issuer
or otherwise are suitably formatted by the issuer.

The rest could be done as a legal sale by registered mail. If it is possible, local law's contingent, the amount of the part payment could be at least half, local laws contingent as well. The wording of the lease film needs work. Basically the local landlord tenant act conditions for acquiring the lease must be clearly implied.

While you are at it you might also consider setting up a debit company for local token tile issuer's as well. One way to do this would be to use floppy disk. The point of sale locations would only need a floppy drive and your provided software to accept token tiles. The vendor would use the ID on the disk to withdraw or deposit to/from the debit account while the account holder was logged in on a PDA to verify the transaction. An audible success tone could ring from the vendors computer if the transaction was successful, otherwise you could cancel and try again. If there was a collision between cancel and the success tone, the sale would have gone through so it wouldn't matter, and the cancellation would return a message to the PDA saying something like - Cancellation failed. Sale succeeded. -

If you would prefer to trade lease tokens representing your tiles with no e-commerce requirement, the previous page has a link - Further marketing potentialities, and there a link - Triplicate form trading of tokens before they are digitized, that you can browse as well.

The present cash equivalent of your token's may be a poor trade so be sure to save some in the meanwhile (ie: don't sell them all too fast on the internet). In fact it is important to keep a significant portion of them to allow you to set supply conditions that would be most beneficial to the market value of the tokens representing your tiles. Sure, you have to pay a higher price to get them back, yet you are in the best position then to improve them even more.

I've been thinking of a good initial distribution of currency out of the issue of a tokenized set of tiles. Perhaps keeping 51-59% of your lease tokens back, and keeping a converted half of the rest back in diversified currency, would be best for valuation while best covering contingency during a determinable outset period. Without experience and data pertaining to this initial dynamical question, this guess should hopefully perform well on average.

this page last edited 22Sept15