This may be a new point of contention among investors and accountants, as contracts containing service contracts will not be included on the balance sheet, as there is the same potential misrepresentation as at present, as companies can structure agreements accordingly. This is one of the main reasons for the reform of leasing accounting, since the absence of operational leasing elements on balance sheets did not reflect the real economic reality, as companies could have excessive debts worth thousands of assets that were simply not counted as liabilities. Although unlikely, it is possible that this new categorization will lead to similar economic inconsistencies between relationships and reality. For many companies, the process of identifying leases is one of the most demanding aspects of the new leasing consultancy. While companies do not consider service contracts to be leases, these contracts may be based on the use of certain assets and, therefore, include a lease. Was the asset finally designed by the client? Is the claimant essentially just an intermediary with which the asset is “exploited” as a means of treating the agreement as a service contract? In its most basic form, a service contract is an agreement for one party (the service provider) to provide “services” to another party (the recipient). We should point out that other types of contracts, including (i) electricity supply contracts, (ii) toll agreements, (iii) energy supply contracts and (iv) product supply and consumer contracts, are also included in the catch-all definition of service contracts. For example, if a contract describes the asset only as a worthless vehicle, the lessor runs the risk that the asset will be transferred out of trust. However, many contracts, such as service contracts, do not indicate the asset used to provide the service, allegedly because the claimant has some confidence that he controls the assets sufficiently to protect his rights to the asset (see a topic here?). For example, the difference between renting a truck and providing trucking services would be articulated in what is indicated; If a truck is rented, the vehicle is indicated.
When receiving trucking services, the capacity, timing and frequency of service are indicated. The airport operator has minimal costs if the space for the exchange service is changed, as he only needs a kiosk with a desk and a wireless Internet connection.