Fiscal Mitigation Payment Sample Clauses

Fiscal Mitigation Payment. 18.1. Owner acknowledges that the EIS fiscal analysis was premised upon, among other things, payment of property taxes assessed against the Property prior to and subsequent to the development provided for by the PCI Plan and this Agreement. Therefore, Owner covenants, agrees and warrants, for itself, it successors and assigns, that it will either: (a) pay real property tax on the Property (or any subdivided portion thereof) at the same rate and in the same amounts that would be assessed against similarly-situated and similarly-developed property within the City of Snoqualmie, or (b) in the event that Owner applies for any exemption from the real property tax that would otherwise be assessed against or lawfully due from the Property (or any subdivided portion thereof), Owner will do so only under the following conditions:
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  • Termination Payment The final payment delivered to the Certificateholders on the Termination Date pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section 9.01(b).

  • Consideration Payment 5.1 In consideration of the Company’s Services, the Client shall pay to the Company the Consideration to be stipulated in the Termsheet and all reasonable out of pocket expenses (if any) in accordance with the commercial terms and payment terms as detailed in the Separate Agreement.

  • Retention Payment 6.4.1 There are two situations in which an employee may be eligible to receive a retention payment. These are total facility closures and relocation of work units.

  • Termination Payments In the event of termination of the Executive’s employment during the Employment Period, all compensation and benefits set forth in this Agreement shall terminate except as specifically provided in this Section 8.

  • Compensation & Payment 8.4.1. Should the claim be found proven; settlement is executed only in the form of compensation payment added to the Client trade account.

  • Separation Payment An ASF Member shall be compensated at the final rate of pay for all unused, accumulated vacation, leave time upon separation from state service, or movement to a vacation ineligible position. An employee on an unpaid leave of absence of more than one (1) year for a purpose other than accepting an unclassified position in state civil service, or an employee on layoff that results in separation from service, may elect to be compensated at the final rate of pay for unused accumulated vacation leave. This accumulated vacation payout shall not exceed two hundred and seventy-five (275) hours, except in the case of the ASF Member's death. Calculation of an ASF Member's hourly rate for purposes of computing vacation separation payment shall be based upon a base of two thousand eighty-eight (2,088) working hours per year. Appointment periods of less than one

  • Contribution Payment To the extent the indemnification provided for under any provision of this Agreement is determined (in the manner hereinabove provided) not to be permitted under applicable law, the Company, in lieu of indemnifying Indemnitee, shall, to the extent permitted by law, contribute to the amount of any and all Indemnifiable Liabilities incurred or paid by Indemnitee for which such indemnification is not permitted. The amount the Company contributes shall be in such proportion as is appropriate to reflect the relative fault of Indemnitee, on the one hand, and of the Company and any and all other parties (including officers and directors of the Company other than Indemnitee) who may be at fault (collectively, including the Company, the "Third Parties"), on the other hand.

  • Down Payment The Mortgagor has contributed at least 5% of the purchase price for the Mortgaged Property with his/her own funds.

  • Tax Treatment of Swap Payments and Swap Termination Payments For federal income tax purposes, each holder of a Floating Rate Certificate is deemed to own an undivided beneficial ownership interest in a REMIC regular interest and the right to receive payments from either the Net WAC Rate Carryover Reserve Account or the Swap Account in respect of the Net WAC Rate Carryover Amount or the obligation to make payments to the Swap Account. For federal income tax purposes, the Trust Administrator will account for payments to each Floating Rate Certificates as follows: each Floating Rate Certificate will be treated as receiving their entire payment from REMIC III (regardless of any Swap Termination Payment or obligation under the Interest Rate Swap Agreement) and subsequently paying their portion of any Swap Termination Payment in respect of each such Class’ obligation under the Interest Rate Swap Agreement. In the event that any such Class is resecuritized in a REMIC, the obligation under the Interest Rate Swap Agreement to pay any such Swap Termination Payment (or any shortfall in Swap Provider Fee), will be made by one or more of the REMIC Regular Interests issued by the resecuritization REMIC subsequent to such REMIC Regular Interest receiving its full payment from any such Floating Rate Certificate. The REMIC regular interest corresponding to a Floating Rate Certificate will be entitled to receive interest and principal payments at the times and in the amounts equal to those made on the certificate to which it corresponds, except that (i) the maximum interest rate of that REMIC regular interest will equal the Net WAC Pass-Through Rate computed for this purpose by limiting the Swap Notional Amount of the Interest Rate Swap Agreement to the aggregate Stated Principal Balance of the Mortgage Loans and (ii) any Swap Termination Payment will be treated as being payable solely from Net Monthly Excess Cashflow. As a result of the foregoing, the amount of distributions and taxable income on the REMIC regular interest corresponding to a Floating Rate Certificate may exceed the actual amount of distributions on the Floating Rate Certificate.

  • Separation Payments Following Executive’s separation from service with Company on or after his Vesting Date (as defined in Section 7), Company shall pay to Executive the sum of THIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED SEVEN and 04/100 Dollars ($34,207.04) per month, beginning six months and one week after Executive’s date of separation for a period of ten (10) years, or until Executive’s death, whichever first occurs (the “Separation Payments”). Such payments shall be subject to any and all applicable withholding, Social Security, employment, income and other taxes or assessments, if any, under the applicable tax law. If Executive should die during the ten-year period during which payments are being made under this Paragraph 3, then those payments shall terminate and future payments, if any, shall be made to Executive’s designated beneficiary(ies) or Executive’s estate in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 4 of this Agreement.