Inspection Fees. (this may or may not apply) The Developer agrees to pay the inspection fees as required by .
Inspection Fees. Construction documents and plans that are prepared on behalf of Master Developer for water facilities such as water pumping stations, water reservoirs, water transmission mains, and water distribution mains, that are reviewed by City for approval, shall not require payment of inspection fees to City unless the water service provider will not provide those inspection services.
Inspection Fees. Developer shall pay any and all necessary direct expenses for inspection, checking, and the like incurred by City in connection with the design, installation and construction of the Improvements. Should construction costs vary materially from the estimate upon which said sum is calculated, the City Engineer shall notify Developer of any additional sum due and owing as a result thereof.
Inspection Fees. Borrower shall promptly pay Lender an inspection fee in the amount of ______for each House that becomes part of the Mortgaged Property.
Inspection Fees. Investor shall be subject to inspection on all imports and exports. Investor shall utilize the services of an internationally recognized inspection entity approved by the Ministry of Finance, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, at rates to be negotiated between Investor and such inspection entity. The Minister of Finance shall be conclusively deemed to have approved the inspection company designated at any time or from time to time by Investor if, within thirty (30) days after Notice of such designation, the Minister of Finance has not indicated a decision to withhold approval by Notice in the manner provided in this Agreement.
Inspection Fees. Operator agrees to reimburse the City for all inspection costs reasonably incurred to inspect the Well Sites to determine compliance with this Agreement and any OGP. Such fees shall include actual costs incurred by the City, including employee time, employee supervision, necessary equipment rental, and overhead. The Parties agree that this fee shall be $500 annually per individual New Well drilled. This per New Well fee shall initially be paid at the time of spudding of each well and then on January 1st of each year thereafter. This amount will be adjusted each year by the increase or decrease in the Consumer Price Index issued by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics for the Denver metropolitan area. The fee will be reduced to $250 annually 10 years after any individual New Well has been drilled. This amount will be adjusted each year by the increase or decrease in the Consumer Price Index issued by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics for the Denver metropolitan area. Where a well is plugged and abandoned, no fees will be imposed thereafter. For the avoidance of doubt, this fee is based on the individual wells and not on the Well Site.