Allowance Sample Clauses

Allowance. Tenant shall be entitled to a one-time tenant improvement allowance (the “Allowance”) in the amount of $11.00 per rentable square foot of the Premises (subject to Section 1.5 of this Amendment) to be applied toward the Allowance Items (defined in Section 1.2 below). Tenant shall be responsible for all costs associated with the Tenant Improvement Work, including the costs of the Allowance Items, to the extent such costs exceed the lesser of (a) the Allowance, or (b) the aggregate amount that Landlord is required to disburse for such purpose pursuant to this Work Letter. Notwithstanding any contrary provision of this Amendment, if Tenant fails to use the entire Allowance within six (6) months following the last Delivery Date to occur under this Amendment, the unused amount shall revert to Landlord and Tenant shall have no further rights with respect thereto.
Allowance. Landlord shall contribute an amount not to exceed Two Hundred Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Seventy-Five and No/100 Dollars ($213,575.00) (the “Allowance”) towards the expenses associated with Tenant’s move to the Leased Premises, such as, improvements to the Leased Premises (not included as part of Exhibit B), furniture, critical cooling, cabling, technology, telecommunications and other similar costs. Tenant shall not be required to apply the Allowance toward the construction of the Building or the construction of the Leased Premises to its turnkey condition, including the placement of all demising walls, finishes and signage. The Allowance shall be paid to Tenant within thirty (30) days after (a) Tenant has taken possession of the Leased Premises, (b) Tenant has executed and delivered to Landlord the Letter of Understanding described in Exhibit C hereto, and (c) Tenant has delivered to Landlord invoices or other evidence reasonably acceptable to Landlord documenting the cost of such relocation. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, upon an early termination of the Lease for any reason (including, but not limited to, casualty or condemnation), Tenant shall promptly pay to Landlord the unamortized portion of said amount. Tenant may request that any unused portion of the Allowance be used as a credit against rent. Tenant must use the Allowance on or before June 30, 2015, or Tenant shall have no further right to use the Allowance.
Allowance. The allowance for possible loan losses shown on the Company's audited balance sheet as of December 31, 1998, was, and the allowance for possible loan losses shown on the balance sheets in Reports for periods ending after the date of this Plan will be, adequate, as of the date thereof, under generally accepted accounting principles applicable to banks and bank holding companies. The Company has disclosed to Parent in writing prior to the execution hereof and has set forth in the Company Disclosure Letter all loans, leases, advances, credit enhance ments, other extensions of credit, commitments and interest-bearing assets of the Company and its subsidiaries, involving amounts in excess of $100,000, that have been classified as "Other Loans Specially Mentioned", "Special Mention", "Substandard", "Doubtful", "Loss", "Classified", "Criticized", "Credit Risk Assets", "Concerned Loans" or words of similar import and the aggregate amount thereunder of each such category or type. The Other Real Estate Owned included in any non-performing assets of the Company or any of its subsidiaries is carried net of reserves at the lower of cost or market value based on current independent appraisals.
Allowance. When an employee is required to travel to the Hospital or to return to her home as a result of reporting to or off work between the hours of hours, (other than reporting to or off work for her regular shift) or at any time while on standby, the Hospital will pay transportation costs either by taxi or by her own vehicle at the rate cents (354 per mile (to a maximum of fourteen dollars ($14.00)) or such greater amount as the Hospital may in its discretion determine for each trip between the aforementioned hours. The employee will provide to the Hospital satisfactory proof of payment of such taxi fare.
Allowance. When an employee is required to travel to the Hospital, or to return to his home, as a result of being called back to work outside of his regularly scheduled hours, the Hospital will pay transportation costs either by taxi or by his own vehicle at the rate of (amounts to be determined locally and will be set out in the Local Provisions Appendix) or such greater amount that the Hospital may in its discretion determine for each trip. The employee will provide to the Hospital satisfactory proof of payment of such taxi fare. (The following clause related to Responsibility Pay will be incorporated into all collective agreements:) Pay Where an employee is assigned temporarily to perform the duties and assume the responsibilities of a higher paying classification in or out of the bargaining unit, for one full shift or more, he shall be paid a premium equal to the greater of his next or last increment in his salary range for the duration of the assignment. (NOTE: Any other related to Responsibility Pay that existed in the expiring CollectiveAgreement will be continued and numbered in sequence as provisions of this Article.)
Allowance is the amount a provider has agreed to accept for a covered health care service. Our allowance for a covered health care service may include payment for other related services. See How Your Covered Health Care Services Are Paid and the Summary of Benefits for services subject to copayments, deductibles (if any), and maximum benefits. For information about how we pay for health care services outside of our service area, please see Coverage for Services Provided Outside of the Service Area (BlueCard) section. When you receive covered health care services from a network provider, the provider has agreed to accept our allowance as payment in full. You will be responsible to pay your copayments, deductibles, and the difference between the maximum benefit and our allowance, if any. When you receive covered health care services from a non-network provider, you will be responsible for the provider’s charge. Our reimbursement will be based on the lesser of our allowance, the non-network provider’s charge, or the maximum benefit, less any copayments and deductibles, if any.
Allowance. The Reinsurer shall pay the Cedent "Allowances" for each Accounting Period calculated as (a) plus (b) plus (c) plus (d) as defined below:
Allowance. The allowance is based on the Health Benefit party codes in a health plan administered or approved by CalPERS. To be eligible for this contribution, an employee must positively enroll in a health plan administered or approved by CalPERS.
Allowance. Landlord will provide an amount up to the Allowance to or for the benefit of Tenant to pay or reimburse Tenant for costs of alterations and improvements to the Premises, including permits, architectural and engineering (but excluding costs for Tenant’s equipment, furniture, trade fixtures, the Double-Wide Door Installations and personal property), performed by Tenant from and after the date of this Lease. Disbursement of the Allowance to or at the direction of Tenant shall be conditioned on the subject alterations and improvements having been performed in accordance with the provisions of this Lease, and shall be subject to Landlord’s receipt of a request for payment in form and with backup reasonably satisfactory to Landlord, including but not limited to such certifications, lien waivers and other documents from Tenant, Tenant’s contractor and Tenant’s architect as Landlord may reasonably require. Landlord may inspect the subject alterations and improvements as a condition to making any requested disbursement of the Allowance to confirm the status of such alterations and improvements and that such alterations and improvements have been performed in accordance with the provisions of this Lease. In the event that the cost of Tenant’s Work or any such alterations and improvements to the Premises exceeds the amount of the Allowance, Tenant shall be entirely responsible for such excess. Any portion of the Allowance for which Tenant has not qualified for disbursement within fourteen months after the Commencement Date shall be forfeited by Tenant.
Allowance. Every unit employee in a permanent or limited term position shall be credited with four (4) hours of paid sick leave for each completed eighty (80) hours of service or to a prorated amount if paid service is less than eighty (80) hours in the pay period. Paid service in excess of eighty (80) hours in a biweekly work period shall not be counted.