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The contractual position of the leasing beneficiary versus the leasing provider in the financial leasing business is atypical to the extent that leasing customers impose certain obligations that do not have their interlocutors in the lease contract model but follow the much more legal logic assumed in the model of the sale agreement. In this paper, the subject framework of the planned research was challenged with one subsequently arrived, but quite clearly a limited call for leasing practice in B&H, which is going to be reviewed and critically analyzed by the existing legal and formal leasing rights, practical and doctrinal conclusions regarding the quality regulation of the private legal status of the leasing users in the forms of a (financial) leasing contract. It is methodologically and substantially justified in collision and an unavoidable reduction in the opposite direction, all with the aim of presenting in their respective places and partial assessments of differences in the protection of the legal regulation of the private legal position of the published (ordinary owners) in relation to unpublished leasing providers (titles special ownership right) in formal forms of financial leasing contracts.
Keywords: special ownership, publicity, registration, priority, leasing fees, secondary expenses, lags, installation, belonging, merging, insurance, risk of damage.