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Which type of lease makes you responsible for any difference between the actual and estimated depreciation on the car you lease? A. contingent lease B. open-end lease C. depreciated lease D. closed-end lease
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An open end lease makes you responsible for any difference between the actual and estimated depreciation on the car you lease.
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