Lump Sum Sample Clauses

Lump Sum. As full compensation for performance by the Contractor of this Agreement, the Owner agrees to pay the Contractor the lump sum price of $1,043,770 One million forty three thousand seven hundred seventy dollars subject to additions and deductions as provided for in this Agreement. The lump sum price is hereinafter referred to as the Contract Price.
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. Following a Qualifying Termination of Employment, the Company shall pay to Executive, not later than the 60th day following the Date of Termination, an amount, in a lump sum payment, equal to the sum of:
Lump Sum. An agreed upon total amount, that will constitute full payment for all work described in the Agreement.
Lump Sum. An item or category priced as a whole rather than broken down into its elements.
Lump Sum. The Company shall pay to Executive, not later than the sixtieth (60th) day following the Date of Termination, an amount, in a lump sum payment, equal to the sum of:
Lump Sum. For Services rendered, the CITY shall pay the CONSULTANT a lump-sum fee, including or excluding reimbursable expenses as mutually agreed upon and set forth in the Services Authorization. Unless otherwise agreed in a Services Authorization, the CONSULTANT will invoice the CITY monthly, based upon the CONSULTANT's estimate of the portion of the total Services actually completed at the time of billing.
Lump Sum. See Section 6.03(A)(3).
Lump Sum. The Owner shall compensate the CM for Basic Services on the basis of a Lump Sum in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement as follows:
Lump Sum and scaled products-flat rate methods are the most commonly accepted sale types. Landowners may have difficulty in finding purchasers willing to enter into graded product method sales, which are more difficult to administer.