In FAS 13/IAS 17, accrued interest is recognized as a separate balance sheet account. When interest accrues, interest expense is debited and accrued interest is credited; when a capital/finance rent payment is made, the accrued interest is debited, cash is credited, and the difference is a debit to current obligation (or, if the rent is less than the accrued interest, the difference is a credit to current obligation and the outstanding balance increases).
ASC 842/IFRS 16 calls for crediting the liability account directly when interest is accrued and expensed. This means that the liability balance increases over the course of the rent payment period, then the rent payment is a debit to current liability and credit to cash. Merging the accrued interest with the liability can have small implications for the breakout between current and long term liability. Since EZLease has previously reported accrued interest (and continues to do so for FAS 13/IAS 17 accounting), and breaking out the accrued interest provides more detailed information, you are permitted to choose whether or not to continue to see accrued interest separately for finance leases. ASC 842 operating leases never show a separate accrued interest account, because they also do not report interest expense. (They do, however, show interest as a separate item for future rents, as that's necessary to reconcile undiscounted and discounted rent.)