Commonwealth Income and Growth Fund Vii Lp  (CIGF7)
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Commonwealth Income and Growth Fund Vii Lp Segments


Business Segments I. Quarter
(in millions $)
(Mar 31 2021)
(of total Revenues)
I. Quarter
(in millions $)
(Mar 31 2021)
(Profit Margin)
0.38 100 % -0.15 -

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Growth rates by Segment I. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
(Mar 31 2021)
Q/Q Revenue
I. Quarter
Y/Y Income
(Mar 31 2021)
Q/Q Income
-28.57 % -6.56 % - -

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Business Segments Description

The Partnership generally purchases only equipment that is subject to a lease or for which a lease or similar agreement will be entered into contemporaneously with the consummation of the Partnership’s acquisition of the equipment. The General Partner leases most of the equipment purchased by the Partnership to third parties pursuant to operating or finance leases. Types of leases which the General Partner may enter into are operating leases, finance leases, and conditional sales contracts.

Operating leases are relatively short-term (12 to 48 month) leases under which the aggregate non-cancellable rental payments during the original term of the lease are not sufficient to permit the lessor to recover the purchase price of the subject equipment.

In a finance lease, the lessor generally recovers at least 90% of the present value of the equipment during the lease term.

A conditional sales contract generally provides that the non-cancellable payments to the seller over the term of the contract are sufficient to recover the investment in such equipment and to provide a return on such investment. Under a conditional sales contract, the seller reserves title to and retains a security interest in, the equipment until the purchase price of the equipment is paid.

In general, the terms of the Partnership’s leases, whether the equipment is leased pursuant to an operating lease or a finance lease, depend upon a variety of factors, including: the desirability of each type of lease from both an investment and a tax point of view; the relative demand among lessees for operating or full payout leases; the type and use of equipment and its anticipated residual value; the business of the lessee and its credit rating; the availability and cost of financing; regulatory considerations; the accounting treatment of the lease sought by the lessee or the Partnership; and competitive factors.

An operating lease generally represents a greater risk to the Partnership than a finance lease, because in order to recover the purchase price of the subject equipment and earn a return on such investment, it is necessary to renew or extend the operating lease, lease the equipment to a third party at the end of the original lease term, or sell the equipment. On the other hand, the term of an operating lease is generally much shorter than the term of a finance lease, and the lessor is thus afforded an opportunity under an operating lease to re-lease or sell the subject equipment at an earlier stage of the equipment’s life cycle than under a finance lease. Also, the annual rental payments received under an operating lease are ordinarily higher than those received under a finance lease.

The Partnership’s policy is to generally enter into “triple net leases” (or the equivalent, in the case of a conditional sales contract) which typically provide that the lessee or some other party bear the risk of physical loss of the equipment; pay taxes relating to the lease or use of the equipment; maintain the equipment; indemnify the Partnership-lessor against any liability suffered by the Partnership as the result of any act or omission of the lessee or its agents; maintain casualty insurance in an amount equal to the greater of the full value of the equipment and a specified amount set forth in the lease; and maintain liability insurance naming the Partnership as an additional insured with a minimum coverage which the General Partner deems appropriate. In addition, the Partnership may purchase “umbrella” insurance policies to cover excess liability and casualty losses, to the extent deemed practicable and advisable by the General Partner.

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