difference between ryder and rider

Use in a rental lease or proper spelling
In Leasing Property - Asked by Bob H. - Feb 24, 2016
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Dennis G.
Broker/Agent
Pasco, WA

A rider is an attachment, schedule, amendment, or other writing that is annexed (added) to a document in order to modify it.
A Ryder is an obsolete term and no longer carries the same meaning.
The proper term in a lease or purchase and sale agreement is Rider.

Feb 27, 2016
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