Fines. If Tenant defaults under any of the Lease terms specified below, Director may elect to impose the fines described below on the basis of per violation per day: Violation Section Fine Violation of Premises Clause 1 $100 Violation of Use Section 3 $300 Failure to open Facility by Rent Commencement Date 2.3 $500 Failure to cause operations or Premises to comply with Laws 3.13 $100 Failure to submit required documents and reports, including Sales Reports 4.4, 4.5, and others $100 Construction or Alterations without City approval 7 $100 Failure to make required repairs 9 $300 Unauthorized advertising or signage 10 $100 Failure to obtain/maintain insurance 12 $300 Failure to obtain or maintain Deposit 13 $300 Failure to abide by any other term in this Lease $300 Director’s right to impose the foregoing Fines shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any and all other rights hereunder, in the Airport Rules, or at law or in equity. City shall have no obligation to Tenant to impose Fines on or otherwise take action against any other tenant at the Airport. Such Fines shall constitute “Additional Rent.”
Fines. RMLS may collect fines from Firm Participant and from Individual Participants for violation of the RMLS Policies by Firm Participant, Individual Participant and Subscribers. Payment terms for fines are set out in the RMLS Policies. RMLS may amend its schedule of fines and terms for collecting them at its sole discretion at any time.
Fines. (a) Any fines, penalties or other costs incurred by a Party (the “Indemnifying Party”) or its agents, employees or subcontractors for non-compliance by the Indemnifying Party, its agents, employees, or subcontractors with the requirements of any laws or any permits, approval or other Government Entity shall not be reimbursed by the other Party (the “Indemnified Party”) but shall be the sole responsibility of the Indemnifying Party unless the Indemnifying Party can prove that such non compliance is due to the Indemnified Party’s instructions or actions or inactions or attributable to the Indemnified Party.
Fines. (a) Any fines, penalties or other costs incurred by either Party or such Party’s agents, employees or subcontractors for non-compliance by such Party, its agents, employees or subcontractors with the requirements of any Laws or Governmental Approvals shall not be reimbursed by the other Party but shall be the sole responsibility of such non-complying Party.
Fines. For repeat non-major violations, multiple violations including at least one major violation, and all major violations, including those violators who do not respond to an administrative complaint, the Department will impose an administrative fine not to exceed $5,000 per violation plus any other penalty allowed by law including suspension or revocation. When imposing a fine, the Department will consider the degree and extent of harm, or potential harm, that was or could have been caused by the violation, the cost of rectifying the damage minus the actions taken by the licensee or certified operator or applicator to correct the violation or remedy complaints, whether the violation was committed willfully, the compliance record of the violator, and the costs to the Department of investigating the violation. The Department will use the attached Fine Guide to assist it in determining the appropriate amount of the fine.
Fines. Fines are often issued for, but not limited to, tampering with fire safety equipment, and property damages. All fines are set at the discretion of the Residence Life staff. Residence Life staff have the authority to issue floor/ community fines to all members when responsibility for behaviour and/or damage in the community is not assumed by the individual(s) responsible. If deemed appropriate, the Residence Life Co-ordinator will levy a fine in writing and the fine will be applied to your student account through Quest. Academic marks and other processes will be withheld until all fines have been paid.