Actual Costs Incurred Sample Clauses

Actual Costs Incurred. The Auditor verifies that the actual expenditure for a selected item was incurred by and pertains to the Beneficiary(ies) or its (their) af- filiated entity(ies). The Auditor should take into account the detailed conditions for actual costs incurred. For this purpose the Auditor examines supporting documents (e.g. invoices, contracts) and proof of payment. The Auditor also examines proof of work done, goods received or services rendered and he/she verifies the existence of assets if applicable. The costs incurred prior to the disbursement of the last Grant Tranche but not yet paid can be accepted as actual costs incurred, provided that (1) a liability exists (order, invoice or equivalent) for services rendered or goods supplied prior to the disbursement of the last Grant Tranche of the Sub-Project, (2) the final costs are known and (3) these costs are listed in the Progress Report together with the expected date of payment (see Article 5.1 of the Grant Agree- ment). The Auditor verifies whether these cost items have effectively been paid or a commitment has been made at the moment of the Auditor’s verification.

Related to Actual Costs Incurred

  • Actual Costs The Consultant can invoice the City for no more than the actual cost of each subconsultant plus a specified markup not to exceed 5 percent.

  • Reimbursable Costs 5.3.1. To be considered eligible for reimbursement, costs have to be: • actually incurred, individually identifiable and verifiable, as backed by copies of supporting evidence, as the case may be in the Contractor’s official bookkeeping; this means that no lump sums will be eligible for reimbursement; • necessary in order to perform the tasks as specified in the Terms of Reference (Annex 2); and • cost effective and providing value for money

  • Direct Costs Insert the major cost elements. For each element, consider the application of the paragraph entitled “Costs Requiring Prior Approval” on page 1 of these instructions.

  • Allowable Costs Allowable Costs are restricted to costs that comply with the Texas Uniform Grant Management Standards (UGMS) and applicable state and federal rules and law. The Parties agree that all the requirements of the UGMS apply to this Contract, including the criteria for Allowable Costs. Additional federal requirements apply if this Contract is funded, in whole or in part, with federal funds.

  • Company Expenses Subject to the limitations described below, the Company agrees to pay all costs and expenses incident to the Offering, whether or not the transactions contemplated hereunder are consummated or this Agreement is terminated, including expenses, fees and taxes in connection with: (a) the registration fee, the preparation and filing of the Registration Statement (including without limitation financial statements, exhibits, schedules and consents), the Prospectus, and any amendments or supplements thereto, and the printing and furnishing of copies of each thereof to the Dealer Manager and to Participating Dealers (including costs of mailing and shipment); (b) the preparation, issuance and delivery of certificates, if any, for the Offered Shares, including any stock or other transfer taxes or duties payable upon the sale of the Offered Shares; (c) all fees and expenses of the Company’s legal counsel, independent public or certified public accountants and other advisors; (d) the qualification of the Offered Shares for offering and sale under state laws in the states, including the Qualified Jurisdictions, that the Company shall designate as appropriate and the determination of their eligibility for sale under state law as aforesaid and the printing and furnishing of copies of blue sky surveys; (e) filing for review by FINRA of all necessary documents and information relating to the Offering and the Offered Shares (including the reasonable legal fees and filing fees and other disbursements of counsel relating thereto); (f) the fees and expenses of any transfer agent or registrar for the Offered Shares and miscellaneous expenses referred to in the Registration Statement; (g) all costs and expenses incident to the travel and accommodation of the Advisor’s personnel, and the personnel of any sub-advisor designated by the Advisor and acting on behalf of the Company, in making road show presentations and presentations to Participating Dealers and other broker-dealers and financial advisors with respect to the offering of the Offered Shares; and (h) the performance of the Company’s other obligations hereunder. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company shall not directly pay, or reimburse the Advisor for, the costs and expenses described in this Section 3.1 if the payment or reimbursement of such expenses would cause the aggregate of the Company’s “organization and offering expenses” as defined by FINRA Rule 2310 (including the Company expenses paid or reimbursed pursuant to this Section 3.1, all items of underwriting compensation including Dealer Manager expenses described in Section 3.2 and due diligence expenses described in Section 3.3) to exceed 15.0% of the gross proceeds from the sale of the Primary Shares.

  • Reimbursement of Costs Incurred The Contractor agrees to reimburse the Authorized User promptly for any and all additional costs and expenses incurred for acquiring acceptable services, and/or replacement Product. Should the cost of cover be less than the Contract price, the Contractor shall have no claim to the difference. The Contractor covenants and agrees that in the event suit is successfully prosecuted for any default on the part of the Contractor, all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees awarded by a court of competent jurisdiction, shall be paid by the Contractor. Where the Contractor fails to timely deliver pursuant to the guaranteed delivery terms of the Contract, the ordering Authorized User may obtain substitute Product temporarily and the cost of the replacement Product shall be deducted from the Contract quantity without penalty or liability to the State.

  • Termination Costs If a Party elects to terminate this Agreement pursuant to Article 2.3.1 above, the terminating Party shall pay all costs incurred (including any cancellation costs relating to orders or contracts for Attachment Facilities and equipment) or charges assessed by the other Parties, as of the date of the other Parties’ receipt of such notice of termination, that are the responsibility of the terminating Party under this Agreement. In the event of termination by a Party, all Parties shall use commercially Reasonable Efforts to mitigate the costs, damages and charges arising as a consequence of termination. Upon termination of this Agreement, unless otherwise ordered or approved by FERC:

  • Initial Costs Subject to reimbursement as hereinafter provided, the cost of organizing a Trust and sale of the Trust Units shall be borne by the Depositor, provided, however, that the liability on the part of the Depositor under this Section shall not include any fees or other expenses incurred in connection with the administration of the Trust subsequent to the deposit referred to in Section 2.01. Upon notification from the Depositor that the primary offering period is concluded, or after six months, at the discretion of the Depositor, the Trustee shall withdraw from the Account or Accounts specified in the Prospectus or, if no Account is therein specified, from the Capital Account as further set forth in Section 3.03, and pay to the Depositor the Depositor's reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust and sale of the Trust Units in an amount certified to the Trustee by the Depositor but not in excess of the estimated per-Unit amount set forth in the Prospectus multiplied by the number of Units outstanding as of the conclusion of the primary offering period. If the cash balance of the Capital Account is insufficient to make such withdrawal, the Trustee shall, as directed by the Depositor, sell Securities identified by the Depositor, or distribute to the Depositor Securities having a value, as determined under Section 4.01 as of the date of distribution, sufficient for such reimbursement. Securities sold or distributed to the Depositor to reimburse the Depositor pursuant to this Section shall be sold or distributed by the Trustee to the extent practicable, in the percentage ratio then existing (unless the Trust elects to be treated as a "regulated investment company" as defined in the United States Internal Revenue Code (the "Internal Revenue Code"), in which case sales or distributions by the Trustee shall be made in accordance with the instructions of the Depositor or its designees). The reimbursement provided for in this Section shall be for the account of the Unitholders of record at the conclusion of the primary offering period. Any assets deposited with the Trustee in respect of the expenses reimbursable under this Section shall be held and administered as assets of the Trust for all purposes hereunder. The Depositor shall deliver to the Trustee any cash identified in the Statement of Financial Condition of the Trust included in the Prospectus not later than the First Settlement Date and the Depositor's obligation to make such delivery shall be secured by the Letter of Credit deposited pursuant to Section 2.01. Any cash which the Depositor has identified as to be used for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to this Section shall be held by the Trustee, without interest, and reserved for such purpose and, accordingly, prior to the conclusion of the primary offering period, shall not be subject to distribution or, unless the Depositor otherwise directs, used for payment of redemptions in excess of the per-Unit amount payable pursuant to the next sentence. If a Unitholder redeems Units prior to the conclusion of the primary offering period, the Trustee shall pay to the Unitholder, in addition to the Redemption Price of the tendered Units, an amount equal to the estimated per-Unit cost of organizing the Trust and the sale of Trust Units set forth in the Prospectus multiplied by the number of Units tendered for redemption; to the extent the cash on hand in the Trust is insufficient for such payment, the Trustee shall have the power to sell Securities in accordance with Section 5.02. As used herein, the Depositor's reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust and sale of the Trust Units shall include the cost of the initial preparation and typesetting of the registration statement, prospectuses (including preliminary prospectuses), the indenture, and other documents relating to the Trust, Securities and Exchange Commission and state blue sky registration fees, the cost of the initial valuation of the portfolio and audit of the Trust, the costs of a portfolio consultant, if any, the initial fees and expenses of the Trustee, and legal and other out-of-pocket expenses related thereto but not including the expenses incurred in the printing of preliminary prospectuses and prospectuses, expenses incurred in the preparation and printing of brochures and other advertising materials and any other selling expenses.

  • Transaction Costs Borrower shall have paid or reimbursed Lender for all title insurance premiums, recording and filing fees or taxes, costs of environmental reports, Physical Conditions Reports, appraisals and other reports, the fees and costs of Lender's counsel and all other third party out-of-pocket expenses incurred in connection with the origination of the Loan.

  • Estimated Costs The proposed GMP Change Order shall include separately identified dollar amounts, stated as fixed sums, for Actual Costs as estimated by the Design-Builder for the complete construction of the Project, which amount shall include the all Trade Contract and Subcontract Sums, costs of materials, and any Component Change Order Sums;