EZLease assumes that all rent payments are made on time, in the amount listed in the rent schedule of a lease record. As such, all EZLease reporting is based on payments made as scheduled. Any differences in required rent versus rent paid would need to be accounted for outside of EZLease.
If the rent was renegotiated to a different amount, then that would be entered as a revision to the lease, which would then trigger a remeasurement of the asset and liability.
Some customers use the "clearing account method" to handle tying together scheduled rent with actual rent payments, where you set up an account to which all A/P rent transactions apply the rent paid (DR clearing account, CR cash). Then, EZLease's journal entries use that clearing account as the Cash account for rent payments (DR current liability, DR accrued interest [for finance leases], CR clearing account). If payments are made on time, the clearing account will show zero after both transactions are processed. If payments are made late, you'll have a CR balance in the clearing account (reflecting a liability for rent due); if made early, you'll have a DR balance (a prepaid rent asset).