Annual Budgets Sample Clauses

Annual Budgets. Promptly, and in any event within 60 days after the start of its fiscal year, an annual budget for each Mortgaged Property for such fiscal year, setting forth an estimate of all of the costs and expenses, including capital expenses, of maintaining and operating each Mortgaged Property.
Annual Budgets. Manager shall prepare an annualized budget for the operation of the Premises and submit the same to Owner for approval (the “Annualized Budget”). Manager will use its commercially reasonable efforts to operate the Premises pursuant to the Annualized Budget; provided, however, Manager shall have no liability to Owner for failure to meet such Annualized Budget. The Annualized Budget shall include a comparison back to the original underwriting performed at the time of Owner’s acquisition of the Premises and prior year performance. The first Annualized Budget has been prepared and approved for the year commencing [ ], [ ] 20[ ] and ending on December 31, 20[ ]. Notwithstanding the period covered by the first Annualized Budget, all subsequent Annualized Budgets shall cover the period from January 1st of each year through December 31st of the same year. The proposed Annualized Budget for each calendar year shall be submitted by Manager to Owner by December 1st of the year preceding the year for which it applies, and Owner shall notify Manager within fifteen (15) days of receipt of such Annualized Budget as to whether Owner has or has not approved the proposed Annualized Budget. If Owner does not approve the proposed Annualized Budget, Owner shall notify Manager of the specifics of such disapproval within such fifteen (15) day period and Manager shall make the necessary amendments to the Annualized Budget. During the time Manager is preparing these amendments, Manager will continue to operate the Premises according to the last approved Annualized Budget. Owner’s approval of the Annualized Budget shall constitute approval for Manager to expend sums for all budgeted expenditures, without the necessity to obtain additional approval of Owner under any other expenditure limitations as set forth elsewhere in this Agreement.
Annual Budgets. No later than 60 days after the start of each Fiscal Year, the annual operating budget and Capital Expenditure and FF&E expenditure budget for such Fiscal Year for (i) the Unencumbered Properties on a Consolidated basis, (ii) all of the Hotel Properties owned or leased by the Parent or any of its Subsidiaries on a Consolidated basis, and (iii) on a Consolidated basis for the Parent and its Subsidiaries, in each case in reasonable detail and duly certified by a Responsible Officer of the Parent as the budgets presented or to be presented to the Parent’s Board of Directors for their review.
Annual Budgets. The Joint Planning Board shall collaborate with Administrator on all annual capital and operating budgets prepared by Administrator, as set forth in Section 3.5(b) and after the annual capital and operating budgets have been approved as provided in Section 3.5(b), no substantial changes may be made in such budgets without the approval of the Joint Planning Board. For purposes of this Section 5.2, substantial means any change individually or in the aggregate which would result in a change in excess of five percent (5%) to the annual capital or operating budgets.
Annual Budgets. At least thirty (30) days prior to the end of each Fiscal Year, the Lessee, any Sublessee and/or any Manager shall submit to the Lessor a preliminary annual financial budget for the Facility for the next Fiscal Year, a preliminary capital expenditures budget for the Facility for the next Fiscal Year and a report detailing the capital expenditures made in the then current Fiscal Year and on or before the end of the first month of each Fiscal Year, the Lessee, any Sublessee and/or any Manager shall submit to the Lessor revised finalized versions of such budgets and report.
Annual Budgets. No later than sixty (60) days before Completion, the Operating Member shall prepare or cause to be prepared by the Property Manager for the Property, for the Members review, a proposed operating budget and a proposed capital budget, each for the following fiscal year of the Company (or portion thereof if Completion does not occur on January 1) in a form reasonably satisfactory to the Members. The Operating Member shall consult with the Members with respect to such proposed operating budget and proposed capital budget. Once approved as required pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.2(a), the applicable final proposed operating budget shall become the “Operating Budget” hereunder, and, once approved pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.2(a), the applicable final proposed capital budget shall become the “Capital Budget” hereunder. Thereafter, no later than November 1st of each year, the Operating Member shall prepare or cause to be prepared by the Property Manager for the Property, for the Members review, a proposed operating budget and a proposed capital budget for the upcoming calendar year. The Operating Member shall consult with the Members with respect to such proposed operating budget and proposed capital budget with the goal that CNL and Crescent agree on each such proposed budget on or before December 1st of each year. If approved pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.2(a), the final proposed operating budget for such subsequent year shall become the then operative “Operating Budget” hereunder. If approved by pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.2(a), the final proposed capital budget for such subsequent year shall become the then operative “Capital Budget” hereunder. If, as of the commencement of any Fiscal Year, all or any portion of a proposed Operating Budget has not been approved as required by the provisions of Section 6.2(a), the Operating Member shall be authorized to operate the Company in accordance with those portions of the prior Fiscal Year’s Operating Budget that pertain to the portions of the proposed Operating Budget that have not been so approved. Notwithstanding the foregoing, until a new Operating Budget for a Fiscal Year is approved as required by the provisions of Section 6.2(a), the Operating Member may make expenditures for real estate taxes, scheduled debt service payments, insurance premiums for insurance maintained in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, common area expenses, fulfillment of obligations to te...
Annual Budgets. As soon as available following the end of each Fiscal Year, but in any event not later than forty-five (45) days after the end of such Fiscal Year, an annual operating plan for each Facility for the following Fiscal Year, which (i) includes a statement of all of the material assumptions on which such plan is based, (ii) includes monthly balance sheets, income statements and statements of cash flows for the following year, (iii) integrates sales, gross profits, operating expenses, operating profit and cash flow projections, and (iv) includes a description of estimated restructuring expenses to be incurred for the following year, all prepared on the same basis and in similar detail as that on which operating results are reported (and in the case of cash flow projections, representing management’s good faith estimates of future financial performance based on historical performance), and including plans for Capital Expenditures.
Annual Budgets. Beginning with the fiscal year of Borrower commencing on January 1, 2015, as soon as practicable and in any event within 10 days after the approval thereof by the Board of Directors of Borrower (but not later than 90 days (or, if prior to the earlier of the Wynn Las Vegas Reorganization and the Wynn Massachusetts Project Opening Date, 105 days) after the beginning of each fiscal year of Borrower), a consolidated plan and financial forecast for such fiscal year, including a forecasted consolidated balance sheet and forecasted consolidated statements of income and cash flows of Consolidated Companies for such fiscal year and for each quarter of such fiscal year, together with an Officer’s Certificate containing an explanation of the assumptions on which such forecasts are based and stating that such plan and projections have been prepared using assumptions believed in good faith by management of Borrower to be reasonable at the time made (it being recognized by the Lenders that such plan and projections are not to be viewed as fact and that actual results during the period or periods covered by such plan and projections may differ from the forecasted results set forth therein by a material amount and no Company makes any representation as to the ability of any Company to achieve the results set forth in any such plan or projections);