Per Capita Sample Clauses

Per Capita. The Employer agrees to deduct from all journeyman, apprentice, pre-apprentice and industrial sheet metal workers the hourly contribution rate established by SMART for each hour and part of an hour worked from his/her gross wages and remit these funds monthly according to the payment procedures outlined in Addendum 12.
Per Capita. If a revenue or expenditure is assumed to be allocated on a per capita basis, the budget item is divided by the current population estimate (57,470) to arrive at the current level‐of‐service factor.
Per Capita. Beginning January 1, 2005, all Local Unions within the GCIU/IBT Conference in the United States will pay per capita at the rate provided by the IBT Constitution (Article X, Section 3) plus additional amounts depending on whether the Local Union participates in the GCIU Emergency Defense Fund, Benevolent Trust Fund and/or Newspaper Organizing Fund, as set forth in the GCIU Constitution. (The Convention Fund will continue to exist and will continue to be funded out of per capita as it is now.)
Per Capita. Taxpayers who have not paid the per capita tax by December 31st of the current tax year will be considered delinquent. The delinquent tax list for per capita taxes shall be due to the Business Office by January 10th of each tax year. The Board shall annually, on or before July 1 of each year, appoint one (1) or more persons or agencies to serve as the delinquent Tax Collector to collect any unpaid per capita taxes.
Per Capita. Capitation Benchmark (PCCB). The Agency shall establish a PCCB for each service area in which the Health Plan provides services and for those services the Health Plan provides (including primary care case management fees). The PCCB is an Agency- established PMPM and, for purposes of this section, is considered to be the capitation rate that the Agency would have paid the Health Plan if the Health Plan had been capitated except the pharmacy rebate adjustment performed for the capitated health plans is not included in the PCCB.

Related to Per Capita

  • Authorized and Outstanding Capital Stock As of the date hereof, the authorized capital stock of the Company consists of (A) 900,000,000 shares of Common Stock, of which, 135,237,584 are issued and outstanding and no shares are reserved for issuance pursuant to Convertible Securities (as defined below) (other than the Notes and the Warrants) exercisable or exchangeable for, or convertible into, shares of Common Stock and (B) 100,000 shares of Preferred Stock, none of which are issued and outstanding. 764,762,416 shares of Common Stock are held in the treasury of the Company.

  • Authorized Capital Prior to the Funding and Consummation Date, TCI shall maintain its authorized capital stock as set forth in the Registration Statement filed with the SEC except for such changes in authorized capital stock as are made to respond to comments made by the SEC or requirements of any exchange or automated trading system for which application is made to register the TCI Stock and any changes necessary or advisable in order to permit the delivery of the opinion contemplated by Section 8.12 hereof.

  • Minimum Investment Prior to the Rent Commencement Date, Tenant, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense, shall refurbish, redecorate and modernize the interiors and exteriors of the Premises, and otherwise complete the initial improvements necessary and appropriate to commence operations in the Premises (the “Initial Improvements”), at a minimum cost of the Minimum Investment Amount or less than said amount provided Tenant complies with the Concessions Design Guidelines and receives Design Review Committee approval. As-Built drawings of fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems must be submitted to Building Inspection and Code Enforcement (“XXXX”) in AUTOCAD “.DWG” format within 30 days of issuance of a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO). Within ninety (90) days after substantial completion of the Initial Improvements, Tenant must provide to City an electronic PDF file and a hard copy set of as-built drawings and an affidavit, signed under penalty of perjury by both Tenant and Tenant’s general contractor, architect or construction manager, stating the hard construction costs paid by Tenant to complete the Initial Improvements, together with copies of paid invoices and lien waivers substantiating the costs stated in the affidavit. Such “hard construction costs,” which must equal or exceed the Minimum Investment Amount, may include architectural and engineering fees, provided the credit for such costs against the Minimum Investment Amount shall not exceed fifteen percent (15%) of the Minimum Investment Amount. The minimum investment may not include financial costs, interest, inventory, pre-opening expenses, inter-company charges related to construction, business interruption, overhead, or debt service on any construction loan, or any charges paid by Tenant to an affiliate. If Director disputes the amount of investment claimed by Tenant, Director may, at City’s expense, hire an independent appraiser to determine the cost of the investment. If the independent appraiser determines that the investment is less than the Minimum Investment Amount, the deficiency, as well as City’s costs of hiring such independent appraiser, will be paid to City by Tenant within sixty (60) days of City’s written notice of the appraiser’s determination. At any time, upon three (3) business days’ notice, City or its representatives may audit all of Tenant’s books, records and source documents related to the hard construction costs paid by Tenant to complete the Initial Improvements. If the audit reveals that the hard construction costs paid by Tenant were less than those stated in Tenant’s affidavit, then Tenant must pay City for the costs incurred by City in connection with the audit plus any additional deficiency discovered between the hard construction costs paid by Tenant and the Minimum Investment Amount. City, at City’s sole discretion, may require that Tenant comply with the terms of a Tenant Work Letter setting forth additional terms relating to Tenant’s construction of the Initial Improvements, and Tenant hereby agrees to comply with any such Tenant Work Letter.

  • Working Capital Warrants Each of the Working Capital Warrants shall be identical to the Private Placement Warrants.

  • Member Capital Contributions (Check One) ☐ - Single Member LLC: The Member may make such capital contributions (each a “Capital Contribution”) in such amounts and at such times as the Member shall determine. The Member shall not be obligated to make any Capital Contributions. The Member may take distributions of the capital from time to time in accordance with the limitations imposed by the Statutes. ☐ - Multi-Member LLC: Each Member has contributed the following capital amounts to the Company as set forth below and are not obligated to make any additional capital contributions: $ $ $ Members shall have no right to withdraw or reduce their contributions to the capital of the Company until the Company has been terminated unless otherwise set forth herein. Members shall have no right to demand and receive any distribution from the Company in any form other than cash and members shall not be entitled to interest on their capital contributions to the Company. The liability of any Member for the losses, debts, liabilities and obligations of the Company shall be limited to the amount of the capital contribution of each Member plus any distributions paid to such Member, such Member’s share of any undistributed assets of the Company; and (only to the extent as might be required by applicable law) any amounts previously distributed to such Member by the Company.