Base Values Sample Clauses

Base Values. 8.1.1 The Disclosure Letter contains full and accurate particulars of:
Base Values. If each of the capital assets of the Company were disposed of for a consideration equal to the book value of that asset in, or adopted for the purpose of, the Accounts, no liability to corporation tax on chargeable gains or balancing charge under CAA 1990 would arise (and for this purpose there shall be disregarded any relief and allowances available to the Company other than amounts falling to be deducted from the consideration receivable under Section 38 CGA 1992).
Base Values. The expenditure attributable to any asset allowable in the computation of any chargeable gain or allowable loss is not less than the value of the asset shown in the Audited Balance Sheet.
Base Values. 5.4.1 If each of the capital assets or pool of assets other than trading stock of the Company were disposed of at Completion for a consideration equal to the book value of that asset or pool in, or adopted for the purpose of, the Accounts, no liability to corporation tax on chargeable gains and no balancing charge under the Capital Allowances Act 1990 (or corresponding tax in any jurisdiction) in relation to any such asset or pool of assets would arise.

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  • Determination of Net Asset Value Per Share Net asset value per share of each series of shares of the Trust shall mean: (i) the value of all the assets of such series; (ii) less total liabilities of such series; (iii) divided by the number of shares of such series outstanding, in each case at the time of each determination. The net asset value per share of each series shall be determined as of the normal close of trading on the New York Stock Exchange on each day on which such Exchange is open. As of any time other than the normal close of trading on such Exchange, the Trustees may cause the net asset value per share last determined to be determined again in a similar manner or adjusted to reflect changes in market values of securities in the portfolio, such adjustment to be made on the basis of changes in selected security prices determined by the Trustees to be relevant to the portfolio of such series or in averages or in other standard and readily ascertainable market data, and the Trustees may fix the time when such redetermined or adjusted net asset value per share of each series shall become effective. In valuing the portfolio investments of any series for determination of net asset value per share of such series, securities for which market quotations are readily available shall be valued at prices which, in the opinion of the Trustees or the person designated by the Trustees to make the determination, most nearly represent the market value of such securities, and other securities and assets shall be valued at their fair value as determined by or pursuant to the direction of the Trustees, which in the case of short-term debt obligations, commercial paper and repurchase agreements may, but need not, be on the basis of quoted yields for securities of comparable maturity, quality and type, or on the basis of amortized cost. Expenses and liabilities of the Trust shall be accrued each day. Liabilities may include such reserves for taxes, estimated accrued expenses and contingencies as the Trustees or their designates may in their sole discretion deem fair and reasonable under the circumstances. No accruals shall be made in respect of taxes on unrealized appreciation of securities owned unless the Trustees shall otherwise determine. Dividends payable by the Trust shall be deducted as at the time of but immediately prior to the determination of net asset value per share on the record date therefor.

  • Target Fair Market Value The Company agrees that the Target Business that it acquires must have a fair market value equal to at least 80% of the balance in the Trust Account at the time of signing the definitive agreement for the Business Combination with such Target Business (excluding taxes payable and the Deferred Underwriting Commissions). The fair market value of such business must be determined by the Board of Directors of the Company based upon standards generally accepted by the financial community, such as actual and potential sales, earnings, cash flow and book value. If the Board of Directors of the Company is not able to independently determine that the target business meets such fair market value requirement, the Company will obtain an opinion from an independent investment banking firm or another independent entity that commonly renders valuation opinions with respect to the satisfaction of such criteria. The Company is not required to obtain an opinion as to the fair market value if the Company’s Board of Directors independently determines that the Target Business does have sufficient fair market value.

  • Base Amount For purposes of this Agreement, "Base Amount" shall mean the greater of the Executive's annual base salary (a) at the rate in effect on the Termination Date or (b) at the highest rate in effect at any time during the ninety (90) day period prior to the Change in Control, and shall include all amounts of base salary that are deferred under the Executive benefit plans of the Company or any other agreement or arrangement.

  • Base Price The Airframe Base Price quoted in Clause 3.1 of the Agreement is subject to adjustment for changes in economic conditions as measured by data obtained from the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and in accordance with the provisions hereof.

  • Fair Market Value If the Company’s common stock is then traded or quoted on a nationally recognized securities exchange, inter-dealer quotation system or over-the-counter market (a “Trading Market”) and the Class is common stock, the fair market value of a Share shall be the closing price or last sale price of a share of common stock reported for the Business Day immediately before the date on which Holder delivers this Warrant together with its Notice of Exercise to the Company. If the Company’s common stock is then traded in a Trading Market and the Class is a series of the Company’s convertible preferred stock, the fair market value of a Share shall be the closing price or last sale price of a share of the Company’s common stock reported for the Business Day immediately before the date on which Holder delivers this Warrant together with its Notice of Exercise to the Company multiplied by the number of shares of the Company’s common stock into which a Share is then convertible. If the Company’s common stock is not traded in a Trading Market, the Board of Directors of the Company shall determine the fair market value of a Share in its reasonable good faith judgment.

  • Determination of Fair Market Value For purposes of this Section 10.2, “fair market value” of a share of Common Stock as of a particular date (the “Determination Date”) shall mean:

  • Appraised Value If an Objecting Party objects in writing to the Initial Valuation within ten (10) days after its receipt of the Valuation Notice, the Objecting Party, within fourteen (14) days from the date of such written objection, shall engage an Independent Appraiser (the “First Appraiser”) to determine within thirty (30) days of such engagement the Fair Market Value of the Partnership Interests (the “First Appraised Value”). The cost of the First Appraiser shall be borne by the Objecting Party. If the First Appraised Value is at least eighty percent (80%) of the Initial Value and less than or equal to one hundred twenty percent (120%) of the Initial Value, then the Purchase Price shall be the average of the Initial Value and the First Appraised Value. If the First Appraised Value is less than eighty percent (80%) of the Initial Value or more than one hundred twenty percent (120%) of the Initial Value, then the Partnership and the Objecting Party shall, within fourteen (14) days from the date of the First Appraised Value, mutually agree on and engage a second Independent Appraiser (the “Final Appraiser”). The cost of the Final Appraiser shall be borne equally by the Partnership and the Objecting Party. The Final Appraiser shall determine within thirty (30) days after its engagement the Fair Market Value of the Partnership Interests, but if such determination is less than the lesser of the Initial Value and the First Appraised Value then the lesser of the Initial Value and the First Appraised value shall be the value or if such determination is greater than the greater of the Initial Value and the First Appraised Value then the greater of the Initial Value and the First Appraised Value shall be the value (the “Final Valuation”). The Purchase Price shall be equal to the Final Valuation and shall be final and binding upon the parties to this Agreement for purposes of the subject transaction.

  • Determination of Net Asset Value The Trustees shall cause the Net Asset Value of Shares of each Series or Class to be determined from time to time in a manner consistent with applicable laws and regulations. The Trustees may delegate the power and duty to determine Net Asset Value per Share to one or more Trustees or officers of the Trust or to a custodian, depository or other agent appointed for such purpose. The Net Asset Value of Shares shall be determined separately for each Series or Class at such times as may be prescribed by the Trustees or, in the absence of action by the Trustees, as of the close of regular trading on the New York Stock Exchange on each day for all or part of which such Exchange is open for unrestricted trading.

  • CALCULATION OF NET ASSET VALUE Countrywide will calculate the net asset value of each series of the Trust and the per share net asset value of each series of the Trust, in accordance with the Trust's effective Registration Statement on Form N-1A under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, including its current prospectus and statement of additional information (the "Registration Statement"), once daily as of the time selected by the Trust's Board of Trustees. Countrywide will prepare and maintain a daily valuation of all securities and other assets of the Trust in accordance with instructions from a designated officer of the Trust or its investment adviser and in the manner set forth in the Registration Statement. In valuing securities of the Trust, Countrywide may contract with, and rely upon market quotations provided by, outside services, the cost of which shall be borne by the Trust.

  • Performance Adjustment Rate Except as otherwise provided in sub-paragraph (e) of this paragraph 3, the Performance Adjustment Rate is 0.02% for each percentage point (the performance of the Portfolio and the Index each being calculated to the nearest 0.01%) that the Portfolio's investment performance for the performance period was better or worse than the record of the Index as then constituted. The maximum performance adjustment rate is 0.20%. For purposes of calculating the performance adjustment of the Portfolio, the Portfolio's investment performance will be based on the performance of Institutional Class. The performance period will commence with the effective date of this contract. During the first eleven months of the performance period for the Portfolio, there will be no performance adjustment. Starting with the twelfth month of the performance period, the performance adjustment will take effect. Following the twelfth month a new month will be added to the performance period until the performance period equals 36 months. Thereafter the performance period will consist of the current month plus the previous 35 months. The Portfolio's investment performance will be measured by comparing (i) the opening net asset value of one share of Institutional Class of the Portfolio on the first business day of the performance period with (ii) the closing net asset value of one share of Institutional Class of the Portfolio as of the last business day of such period. In computing the investment performance of Institutional Class of the Portfolio and the investment record of the Index, distributions of realized capital gains, the value of capital gains taxes per share paid or payable on undistributed realized long-term capital gains accumulated to the end of such period and dividends paid out of investment income on the part of Institutional Class of the Portfolio, and all cash distributions of the securities included in the Index, will be treated as reinvested in accordance with Rule 205-1 or any other applicable rules under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, as the same from time to time may be amended.