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arther guinness and the 9000 year lease

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beastmonkey | 18:07 Thu 17th Dec 2009 | Business & Finance
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Arther guinness got a 9000 year lease on an brewery, could someone explain why a time period of this length would be used in a lease


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Because you can't just say infinity. A number must be allocated. Such a high number is infinite in effect.
It's the Irish version of the 999 year lease. Digits got muddled in the transcription process.

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