Apportionment of Sample Clauses

Apportionment of all costs related to the dispute resolution process: Each party shall pay one-half of the reasonable fees and expenses of the neutral third party. All other fees and expenses of each party, including without limitation, the fees and expenses of its counsel, shall be paid by the party incurring such costs.
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  • Apportionment Taxes and all other periodic realty costs, if any, shall be apportioned pro rata as of the Closing Date. All taxes shall be considered to be on a calendar year basis, with the exception of school taxes, which will be pro-rated on a fiscal year basis. Seller will pay for all days up to and including the Closing Date, and Purchaser will pay for all days following the Closing Date.

  • Apportionment of Fault In the case of any Loss arising from the negligence or willful misconduct of both Parties, each Party shall bear, and its obligation shall be limited to, that portion of the resulting expense caused by its negligence or misconduct or the negligence or misconduct of such Party's affiliates, agents, contractors or other persons acting in concert with it.

  • Apportionments 12.01. The following apportionments shall be made between the parties at the Closing as of the close of business on the day prior to the Closing Date:

  • Allocation of Costs The Fund shall pay the cost of composition and printing of sufficient copies of its Prospectus and SAI as shall be required for periodic distribution to its shareholders and the expense of registering Shares for sale under federal securities laws. You shall pay the expenses normally attributable to the sale of Shares, other than as paid under the Fund's Distribution Plan under Rule 12b-1 of the 1940 Act, including the cost of printing and mailing of the Prospectus (other than those furnished to existing shareholders) and any sales literature used by you in the public sale of the Shares and for registering such shares under state blue sky laws pursuant to paragraph 8.

  • Recovery of Overpayments On occasion a payment will be made to You when You are not covered, for a service that is not Covered, or which is more than is proper. When this happens We will explain the problem to You and You must return the amount of the overpayment to Us within 60 days after receiving notification from Us. However, We shall not initiate overpayment recovery efforts more than 24 months after the original payment was made unless We have a reasonable belief of fraud or other intentional misconduct.

  • Other Prorations Water and sewer charges, propane, interest on continuing loan, and .

  • Allocation of Profits and Losses The Company’s profits and losses shall be allocated to the Member.

  • OVERPAYMENT OF PURCHASES OR UNDERPAYMENT OF FEES Without limiting any other remedy available to any Purchaser, Contractor shall (a) reimburse Purchasers for any overpayments inconsistent with the terms of this Master Contract or Purchase Orders placed thereunder, at a rate of 125% of any such overpayments, found as a result of the examination of Contractor’s records; and (b) reimburse Enterprise Services for any underpayment of vendor management fees, at a rate of 125% of such fees found as a result of the examination of Contractor’s records (e.g., if Contractor underpays the Vendor Management Fee by $500, Contractor would be required to pay to Enterprise Services $500 x 1.25 = $625); Provided, however, that, in the event Contractor timely discovers and corrects any Purchaser overpayment or Contractor underpayment of vendor management fees and does so prior to the initiation of any audit, Contractor shall be entitled to reimburse Purchaser or pay to Enterprise Services the actual amount of such Purchaser overpayment or such underpayment of vendor management fees.

  • Allocation of Overtime Subject to the operational requirements of the service, the Employer shall make every reasonable effort:

  • Proration For the month and year in which this Agreement becomes effective or terminates, there shall be an appropriate proration of the Adviser's fee on the basis of the number of days that the Agreement is in effect during such month and year, respectively.

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