Granting the services or temporary use of something, in exchange for consideration. Leasing, like renting, is also bidirectional: acquiring the use of something, or granting the use of something, in exchange for some valuable form of consideration, usually money. Other owners have properties that they rent out precisely for this reason at certain times of the year. We rent out a farmhouse over a hundred years old that has a slight case of rising damp on the back walls.
They rent desks, office chairs, cubicle panels, conference tables, seating for the reception area and filing cabinets.