Lump Sum. The Change Order cost is determined by mutual agreement as a lump sum amount changing the Contract Sum allowed for completion of the Work. The Change Order shall be substantiated by documentation itemizing the estimated quantities and costs of all labor, materials and equipment required as well as any mark-up used. The price change shall include the cost percent allowed for the Contractor's overhead and profit and, if eligible, Time Dependent Overhead Costs.
Lump Sum. If this contract is designated as a Lump Sum contract on page 1 following completion of the work Consultant shall submit a single invoice containing the beginning and ending dates of the billing period and the total contract amount. City shall make a single payment, based on such invoice, for satisfactory completion of the Scope of Work.
Lump Sum. Subject to Section 3(c) and 3(d), if a Qualifying Termination occurs with respect to the Executive, then in addition to the Accrued Obligations, for which no Release of Claims is required, the Company shall pay to Executive, on the 60th day following the Date of Qualifying Termination, an amount, in a single lump sum payment, equal to the sum of:
Lump Sum. If this contract is designated as a Lump Sum Contract Contractor shall submit a final payment application in the amount of the contract sum upon completion of the Work and satisfaction of all conditions of the agreement. City shall make payment within 30 days of receipt of application, less five percent retention. City shall release the retained funds no less than thirty five (35) days after the date the City accepts the Work.