Capital Expenditures, etc The Borrower will not, and will not permit any of its Subsidiaries to, make or commit to make Capital Expenditures in any Fiscal Year, except Capital Expenditures which do not aggregate in any Fiscal Year in excess of $45,000,000 plus an amount equal to the lesser of (x) $5,000,000 and (y) 4% of revenues acquired from Investments made pursuant to clause (h) of Section 7.2.6 (net of revenues divested); provided, however, that (i) the amount of Capital Expenditures permitted to be made in the 1998 Fiscal Year shall not include Capital Expenditures made in respect of repurchase obligations under lease and sale-leaseback arrangements in an amount not to exceed $40,000,000, (ii) to the extent the amount of Capital Expenditures permitted to be made in any Fiscal Year pursuant to this Section (other than clause (i) above) exceeds the aggregate amount of Capital Expenditures actually made during such Fiscal Year, up to 100% of such excess amount may be carried forward to (but only to) the next succeeding Fiscal Year (any such amount to be certified by the Borrower to the Agents in the Compliance Certificate delivered for the last Fiscal Quarter of such Fiscal Year, and any such amount carried forward to a succeeding Fiscal Year shall be deemed to be used after the Borrower and its Subsidiaries use the amount of Capital Expenditures permitted by this Section without giving effect to such carry-forward) and (iii) the amount of Capital Expenditures permitted to be made from Net Cash Proceeds of Asset Sales pursuant to clause (A)(ii) of Section 7.2.12 (without duplication of Investments permitted as Capital Expenditures pursuant to clause (h) of Section 7.2.6) or Section 7.2.15 shall not be included for purposes of calculating compliance with this Section 7.2.8.
Capital Expenditures The Issuer shall not make any expenditure (by long-term or operating lease or otherwise) for capital assets (either realty or personalty).
Capital Budget Any amendment that is mutually agreed upon shall be set forth in writing and signed by both parties. It is acknowledged by Owner that capital expenditures required as a result of an emergency situation shall not reduce amounts available pursuant to the Capital Budget or otherwise hereunder, other than to the extent a Capital Budget item is subsumed within the capital expenditures required as a result of the occurrence of the emergency;
Annual Budgets As soon as available and in any event within than 45 days after the end of each Fiscal Year, forecasts prepared by management of the Parent Guarantor, in form reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent, of balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements on a quarterly basis for the then current Fiscal Year and on an annual basis for each Fiscal Year thereafter until the Termination Date.
Capital Expenditure Make or incur any Capital Expenditure if, after giving effect thereto, the aggregate amount of all Capital Expenditures by Borrower in any fiscal year would exceed the amount set forth on the Schedule;
Budget The Company shall supply to the Agent in sufficient copies for all the Lenders as soon as the same become available but in any event within 30 days from the start of each of its Financial Years, an annual Budget for that Financial Year.
Consolidated Capital Expenditures Holdings and Company shall not, and shall not permit their Subsidiaries to, make or incur Consolidated Capital Expenditures, in any Fiscal Year (or portion of a Fiscal Year set forth below) in an aggregate amount in excess of the amount set forth below opposite such Fiscal Year (the “Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount”): Fiscal Year Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount Portion of Fiscal Year 2007 occurring following the Closing Date $ 10,000,000 2008 $ 11,000,000 2009 $ 12,000,000 2010 $ 13,000,000 2011 $ 14,000,000 2012 $ 15,000,000 2013 $ 16,000,000 Portion of Fiscal Year 2014 occurring prior to the Term Loan Maturity Date $ 17,000,000 provided that the Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount for any Fiscal Year shall be increased by an amount equal to the excess, if any, of the Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount for the previous Fiscal Year (without giving effect to any adjustment in accordance with this proviso) over the actual amount of Consolidated Capital Expenditures for such previous Fiscal Year (with Capital Expenditures in any Fiscal Year being deemed to have been made first from any amount carried forward from the preceding Fiscal Year), and may be further increased at the option of Company by an amount equal to 50% of the Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount for the succeeding Fiscal Year; provided, further, that in addition to the amounts set forth above, Holdings and its Subsidiaries may make Consolidated Capital Expenditures up to the Specified Equity Amount. Any usage of the succeeding Fiscal Year’s Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount shall be deducted from the Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount available for such succeeding Fiscal Year. After the consummation of any Permitted Acquisition permitted hereunder, the Maximum Consolidated Capital Expenditures Amount for any Fiscal Year shall be increased in an amount equal to 110% of the average annual amount of capital expenditures made by the Person or business so acquired as reflected in the financial statements of such Person or business during the two fiscal years preceding such Permitted Acquisition.
Operating Budgets Manager has submitted to Owner, for Owner's approval, a proposed operating budget for the ensuing full or partial fiscal year, as the case may be ("Operating Budget"). Hereafter, Manager shall, not less than forty-five (45) days prior to the commencement of each full fiscal year, submit to Owner, for Owner's approval, a proposed Operating Budget for the ensuing full or partial fiscal year, as the case may be. Each Operating Budget shall be accompanied by, and shall include, a business plan which shall describe business objectives and strategies for the period covered by the Operating Budget. The business plan shall include, without limitation, an analysis of the market area in which the Hotel competes, a comparison of the Hotel and its business with competitive hotels, an analysis of categories of potential guests, and a description of sales and marketing activities designed to achieve and implement identified objectives and strategies. Fee Owner shall have no right to approve any Operating Budget. Owner's approval of the Operating Budget shall not be unreasonably withheld and shall be deemed given unless a specific written objection thereto is delivered by Owner to Manager within fifteen (15) days after submission. Owner shall review the Operating Budget on a line-by-line basis. To be effective, any notice which disapproves a proposed Operating Budget must contain specific objections in reasonable detail to individual line items. If the initial Operating Budget contains disputed budget item(s), said item(s) shall be deemed adopted until Owner and Manager have resolved the item(s) objected to by Owner or the Accountant(s) (hereinafter defined in Section 10.02) have resolved the item(s) objected to by Owner. Thereafter, if Owner disapproves or raises objections to a proposed Operating Budget in the manner and within the time period provided therefor, and Owner and Manager are unable to resolve the disputed or objectionable matters submitted by Owner prior to the commencement of the applicable fiscal year, the undisputed portions of the proposed Operating Budget shall be deemed to be adopted and approved and the corresponding line item contained in the Operating Budget for the preceding fiscal year shall be adjusted as set forth herein and shall be substituted in lieu of the disputed items in the proposed Operating Budget. Those line items which are in dispute shall be determined by increasing the preceding fiscal year's corresponding line items by an amount determined by Manager which does not exceed the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the United States Department of Labor, U.S. City Average, all items (1984-1986=100) for the fiscal year prior to the fiscal year with respect to which the adjustment to the line item is being calculated or any successor or replacement index thereto. The resulting Operating Budget obtained in accordance with the preceding sentence shall be deemed to be the Operating Budget in effect until such time as Manager and Owner have resolved the items objected to by Owner. Manager shall revise the Operating Budget from time to time, as necessary, to reflect any unpredicted significant changes, variables or events or to include significant, additional, unanticipated items of income or expense. Any such revision shall be submitted to Owner for approval,
Maximum Capital Expenditures Holdings and its Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis shall not make Capital Expenditures during the following periods that exceed in the aggregate the amounts set forth opposite each of such periods: Period Maximum Capital Expenditures per Period Fiscal Year 2003; $ 18,000,000 Fiscal Year 2004; $ 17,000,000 Fiscal Year 2005; $ 17,000,000 Fiscal Year 2006; $ 18,000,000 Fiscal Year 2007; $ 18,000,000 Fiscal Year 2008; $ 18,000,000 ; provided, however, that the amount of permitted Capital Expenditures referenced above will be increased in any period by the positive amount equal to the lesser of (i) 50% of the amount of permitted Capital Expenditures for the immediately prior period, and (ii) the amount (if any), equal to the difference obtained by taking the Capital Expenditures limit specified above for the immediately prior period minus the actual amount of any Capital Expenditures expended during such prior period (the “Carry Over Amount”), and for purposes of measuring compliance herewith, the Carry Over Amount shall be deemed to be the last amount spent on Capital Expenditures in that succeeding year; provided, further, that the amount of Capital Expenditures for Fiscal Year 2003 and Fiscal Year 2004 shall not include up to $5,500,000 of Capital Expenditures made in connection with the expansion of the real property located in Denton, Texas to the extent financed with a Capital Lease.
Annual Budget Borrower shall prepare and submit (or shall cause Manager to prepare and submit) to Lender within thirty (30) days after commencement of a Cash Management Period and by November 30th of each year during the Term, for approval by Lender, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed, a proposed pro forma budget for the Property for the succeeding calendar year (the “Annual Budget”, and each Annual Budget approved by Lender is referred to herein as the “Approved Annual Budget”)), and, promptly after preparation thereof, any revisions to such Annual Budget. The Annual Budget shall consist of (i) an operating expense budget showing, on a month-by-month basis, in reasonable detail, each line item of the Borrower’s anticipated operating income and operating expenses (on a cash and accrual basis), including amounts required to establish, maintain and/or increase any monthly payments required hereunder (and once such Annual Budget has been approved by Lender, such operating expense budget shall be referred to herein as the “Approved Operating Budget”), and (ii) a Capital Expense budget showing, on a month-by-month basis, in reasonable detail, each line item of anticipated Capital Expenses (and once such Annual Budget has been approved by Lender, such Capital Expense budget shall be referred to herein as the “Approved Capital Budget”). Until such time that any Annual Budget has been approved by Lender, the prior Approved Annual Budget shall apply for all purposes hereunder (with such adjustments as reasonably determined by Lender (including increases for any non-discretionary expenses)).