Consideration for Services Sample Clauses

Consideration for Services. In consideration for the Executive’s services, the Company shall pay and provide to the Executive the compensation and benefits set out in this Section 5, and the Executive shall accept the same, as full compensation and consideration for the performance of the services to be rendered by the Executive under this Agreement.
Consideration for Services. From the date of execution of this Agreement, the Lessor further agrees not to raise the rental charge of the above unit(s) for six (6) months from the date the Weatherization services are completed because of the increased value of any such dwelling unit(s) due to Weatherization assistance provided under this program. This does not preclude the increase of rents due to increased operating costs by the owner that can be documented. The Lessor further acknowledges that there are no current plans to sell or dispose of said rental unit(s) for a period of not less than one year from the date of this agreement.
Consideration for Services. (a) The Recipient shall pay to the Provider the fees for each Service (or category of Services, as applicable) as set forth on the applicable TSA Schedule (including, for the avoidance of doubt, as adjusted in connection with any extension pursuant to Section 9(a)) (collectively, the “Service Charges,” and each, a “Service Charge”). During the Transition Period, the amount of a Service Charge for any Service (or category of Services, as applicable) shall not increase, except to the extent such costs and amounts increase for, in the case Emerson is the Provider, the Emerson Business, and, in the case Newco is the Provider, the Echo Business, using the same service at the same location or changes in actual compensation and benefits costs. Where Service Charges are calculated on a per headcount basis, the Provider understands and agrees that headcount may fluctuate in the ordinary course of business; provided that, if the Recipient provides updates to the applicable headcount no later than five (5) days before any calendar month of the Transition Period, the Provider shall adjust the applicable Service Charges effective as of such calendar month. The Recipient will be charged for the then-current headcount for the invoiced period. Actual, documented out-of-pocket costs paid to any third-party provider that is providing goods or services used by the Provider in providing the Services (e.g., license costs for software) will be an incremental cost to the Recipient in addition to the Service Charges, and will be charged to the Recipient at the actual third-party cost allocated to the Services in a manner consistent with past practice; provided, however, that the Recipient’s prior written approval shall be required with respect to any out-of-pocket costs exceeding twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000). Notwithstanding the foregoing, for the avoidance of doubt, Emerson shall bear all costs and expenses associated with building or setting up the Transition Environment (as described in Schedule [A-1]) and the Service Charges to be paid by Newco in its capacity as the Recipient shall reflect the costs and expenses associated with Newco’s connection to and Echo’s operation of the Transition Environment in connection with the provision and receipt of the Services.
Consideration for Services. As consideration for the Services, WIN shall pay to CSL the service fee for the Services as set forth in the Services Attachment and for all out-of-pocket costs and expenses from third parties actually incurred by CSL in the provision of the Services that are explicitly set forth in the applicable Services Attachment or otherwise approved in writing (including by electronic mail) by WIN’s Transition Representative or Service Representatives prior to CSL incurring such out-of-pocket expense; provided, however, CSL shall be excused from performance for Services to the extent CSL’s performance is delayed as a result of WIN’s pre-approval process for third-party costs and expenses (the “Service Fee”).
Consideration for Services. Company agrees to pay Consultant, as Consultant’s fee and as consideration for the Services, eight hundred eighty-eight thousand four hundred sixty-two (888,462) shares of common stock, par value $0.001 per share, with an exercise price of approximately $0.052 per share (the “Shares”), to be filed on Form S-8 under the Securities Act of 1933 with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Shares, when issued, sold and delivered shall be duly and validly issued, fully paid and nonassessable shares of the Company.
Consideration for Services. (a) During the Initial Service Term of any Service, the Provider will charge the Recipient the monthly cost to the Provider of providing such Service, as reflected on the applicable Schedule (the “Base Cost”), plus all reasonable out-of-pocket fees and expenses paid to third parties in connection with the performance of such Service, including any costs for which the Provider is entitled to reimbursement pursuant to Section 1(e) (“Third Party Costs”). The amount charged to the Recipient for any Service during any Extension Service Term of such Service will be determined in accordance with Section 1(g) above.
Consideration for Services. 3.1 The District agrees to pay the Association the sum of $85,000, minus the accrued legal fees of the District, to be used by the Association for the purpose of paying the costs incurred by the Association under the Security Services Agreement, for the provision of providing security services.
Consideration for Services. 3.1 As compensation for carrying out the Services during the term of this Agreement, the Company agrees to pay to the Consultant a consulting fee in the amount of $5,000 per month, to be paid on a monthly basis at the end of each month.
Consideration for Services. As consideration for the performance of BII’s Services, XENCOR shall pay BII all fees to be paid to BII as set forth in the Project Plan (the “Project Fees”) according to the terms and conditions set forth in the following subsections of this Section 3.1. The Project Fees as set forth in the Project Plan include BII’s internal and out-of-pocket cost and expenses for its performance of the Project, including without limitation, ordinary and standard raw materials, components and consumables, and XENCOR shall not be obligated to make any payments with respect to any Services except the Project Fees or payments for additional work agreed upon according to Section 2.6 (which shall then be considered “Project Fees”).