In the wake of a wave of lawsuits against vehicle leasing companies, the big truck rental company leasing companies are taking steps to prevent similar lawsuits in the future.
This week, a settlement was reached with six companies that have been involved in the ongoing legal dispute between the leasing companies and the companies that own them.
The companies are offering to reimburse them up to $2,000 per month.
The six companies have been in court for the past several months, as well as several months ago in a case that was settled.
But the settlement also calls for them to pay the company that leased their vehicles, instead of the company the vehicle is being leased from.
In addition to the payment, the six companies agreed to conduct an investigation to determine if the companies were operating at a loss, or if they were operating under false pretenses.
“We want to make sure that these companies are operating in good faith,” said Jeff Rochon, a partner at law firm Davis Wright Tremaine who has represented several of the companies in the case.
“There is a risk that we’re not getting the facts, that we might be making things up.
But that’s why we’ve settled this case, so we can move on.”
The settlement also includes a number of changes to the companies’ lease terms.
The six companies were required to provide all of their lease documents to the court.
This was done in order to make the settlement seem more fair to the parties involved.
They were also required to notify the court within 24 hours if their vehicles were seized in the course of the investigation.
For example, if the company was told they were driving to a destination on a leased vehicle, but the driver was detained by police, they were required at least 24 hours to notify their lease company of the seizure.
The company that was leasing the vehicle also had to notify a court within 48 hours.
If the company decided to keep the vehicle after it was seized, the company had to pay for the costs of re-leasing it, which included hiring an attorney to help with the process.
“If you are leasing a vehicle that has been seized and you want to move it, we want to do everything in our power to make that happen,” said David Stump, a lawyer representing the six leasing companies in a statement to MTV News.
It is not the first time that these types of settlements have been reached in the past.
Last year, a similar case was settled with the company leasing a rental vehicle to a celebrity, who sued to get her money back.
A spokesperson for the six rental companies, Brian Bortolotti, said the settlement with the six would cover “an initial period of 30 days, which we hope will help to put this behind us.”
In the meantime, the two parties involved are continuing to fight.