Overpayment Sample Clauses

Overpayment. The amount of money Progenity has received in excess of the amount due and payable under Medicare, any state Medicaid program requirements, or TriCare, as determined by the IRO in connection with the Claims Review performed under this Appendix C.
Overpayment. Any funds paid to ADOF in excess of the amount entitled under the terms and conditions of this agreement constitute a debt to the Federal Government. The following must also be considered as a debt or debts owed by ADOF to the U.S. Forest Service: - Any interest or other investment income earned on advances of agreement funds; or - Any royalties or other special classes of program income which, under the provisions of the agreement, are required to be returned; If this debt is not paid according to the terms of the bill for collection issued for the overpayment, the U.S. Forest Service may reduce the debt by:
Overpayment. The amount of money CareMed has received in excess of the amount due and payable under any Federal health care program, as determined by the IRO in connection with the claims reviews performed under this Appendix B, and which shall include any extrapolated Overpayments determined in accordance with Section A.3 of this Appendix B.
Overpayment. Developer shall be liable to the GLO for any costs disallowed pursuant to financial and/or compliance audit(s) of funds received under this Contract. Developer shall reimburse the GLO for such disallowed costs from funds other than those Developer received under this Contract.
Overpayment. If, due to mistake or any other reason, the Employee receives benefits under this Agreement in excess of what this Agreement provides, the Employee shall repay the overpayment to the Company in a lump sum within thirty (30) days of notice of the amount of overpayment. If the Employee fails to so repay the overpayment, then without limiting any other remedies available to the Company, the Company may deduct the amount of the overpayment from any other benefits which become payable to the Employee under this Agreement or otherwise.
Overpayment. If the District overpays the employee, the employee shall, upon realizing the fact or upon notification from the District, repay the full amount of such overpayment. If the overpayment is $100 or less, the employee shall have the overpayment deducted in the next paycheck. For overpayments exceeding $100, the repayment schedule shall be spread over the remaining months of the semester, with even amounts deducted in each month, or the schedule shall be equal to the number of months the employee was overpaid, whichever the employee prefers. For example, an employee who was overpaid a total of $300 over a period of three months shall have $100 deducted for the three months. Employees who leave the District or go on unpaid leaves prior to complete repayment shall have the remainder of the overpayment deducted from their final check. If the final check is insufficient to cover the amount owed, the employee will submit the necessary funds to the District within 30 calendar days.
Overpayment. The amount of money RMC has received in excess of the amount due and payable under any Federal health care program requirements.
Overpayment. NTFB shall be liable to TDEM for any costs determined to have been overpaid under this AGREEMENT pursuant to financial and/or compliance audit(s) of funds received hereunder. NTFB further understands and agrees that reimbursement of such overpaid funds shall be paid by NTFB from funds which were not provided or otherwise made available to NTFB under this AGREEMENT.
Overpayment. If County overpays Contractor for any reason, Contractor agrees to return the amount of such overpayment to County, or at County’s option, permit County to offset the amount of such overpayment against future payments owed to Contractor under this Agreement or any other agreement.
Overpayment a. Contractor shall promptly, but in all cases within thirty (30) Days, pay to DCYF the full amount of any erroneous payment or overpayment (a) upon Notice of an erroneous payment or overpayment to which Contractor is not entitled with supporting documentation to substantiate such erroneous payment or overpayment and the grounds for DCYF’s determination of such erroneous payment or overpayment or