At least in the US, repairs and asset for Buildings are different.

Repair = replaced a broken window.

Asset = Improvement extending its useful life = I changed out All Windows to new, security and high-efficiency models. As a Tenant, that is my asset because I invested in this non-removable improvement.

So, construction […]

Resolution for 'broken window issue: 'i don’t have and FRI lease but have paid for repairs. the building repairs account is a tangible asset but it is not my asset. where should I record this expense?' available: Yes.

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