Remaining Balance In the event the Grantee does not submit invoices requesting all of the funds encumbered under this Grant Agreement, any remaining funds revert to the State. The State will notify the Grantee stating that the Project file is closed and any remaining balance will be disencumbered and unavailable for further use under this Grant Agreement.
Payment of the balance The payment of the balance reimburses or covers the remaining part of the eligible costs incurred by the beneficiaries for the implementation of the project. The NA determines the amount due as the balance by deducting the total amount of pre-financing already made from the final amount of the grant determined in accordance with Article II.25. If the total amount of earlier payments is greater than the final amount of the grant determined in accordance with Article II.25, the payment of the balance takes form of a recovery as provided for by Article II.26. If the total amount of earlier payments is lower than the final amount of the grant determined in accordance with Article II.25, the NA must pay the balance within 60 calendar days from when it receives the documents referred to in Article I.4.4, except if Article II.24.1 or II.24.2 apply. Payment is subject to the approval of the request for payment of the balance and of the accompanying documents. Their approval does not imply recognition of the compliance, authenticity, completeness or correctness of their content. The amount to be paid may, however, be offset, without the coordinator’s consent, against any other amount owed by the coordinator to the NA, up to the maximum contribution indicated for that coordinator, in the estimated budget in Annex II.
Proportionate Share If the Premises are a part of a multiple tenancy complex, the responsibility of the Lessee for costs are determined by taking a percentage of the total cost of the expenses based upon the rentable floor space in said complex occupied by the Lessee. It is agreed that the Premises is [%] ("Proportionate Share") of the total floor space in the building. The Lessor may, with notice to the Lessee, elect to perform and provide certain maintenance and services pertaining to the entire building or area of which the Premises are a part, including, but not limited to, landscaping, trash removal, lawn maintenance, common area lighting, watering, paving maintenance, and snow removal. In such event, the Lessee shall reimburse the Lessor for its Proportionate Share of such maintenance services. Within ninety (90) days following the end of each year during the Term, the Lessor shall furnish the Lessee with a written statement covering the lease year just expired (measured from the Commencement Date), showing in reasonable detail a general breakdown of the total operating costs, the amount of the Lessee's obligation relating thereto, and the total payments made by the Lessee. The Lessee agrees to conduct its business in a lawful and legal manner, and in a way that provides quiet enjoyment to the rest of the Lessees in the complex, including, but not limited to, mitigation and limitation of noise, vibration, odor, trash, or fumes. In the event the Lessor receives complaints from other Lessees in the building or complex and determines, in its sole reasonable judgment, that the Lessee is conducting its operations in a manner so as to be objectionable to other Lessees, the Lessee shall, upon notice from the Lessor, promptly modify its operations to eliminate such objections.
Pro Rata Share A Participation Rights Holder’s “Pro Rata Share” for purposes of the Right of Participation is the ratio of (a) the number of Ordinary Shares (calculated on a fully-diluted and as-converted basis) held by such Participation Rights Holder, to (b) the total number of Ordinary Shares (calculated on a fully-diluted and as-converted basis) then outstanding immediately prior to the issuance of New Securities giving rise to the Right of Participation.
Tenant’s Proportionate Share 7.49% Such share is a fraction, the numerator of which is the Rentable Area of die Premises, and the denominator of which is the Rentable Area of the Project, as determined by Landlord from time to time. The Project consists of one Building, and, for purposes of this Lease, the Building is deemed to contain approximately 96,148 square feet of Rentable Area.
Pro Rata Payments Payments to the Holders shall be pro rata with other Holders who purchased Notes in the same oRering, based on the Principal Amount of each such Note. If a Holder receives a payment in excess of his, her, or its pro rata share, the excess shall be deemed to be held in trust for the benefit of other Holders.
BALANCE Balance of funds owed for the reservation is due 60 days prior to arrival date and may include a refundable damage deposit. The balance is due on _BalanceDueDate_. Payment of the balance may be made by traveler's checks or certified check or major credit card. Personal checks will be accepted upon approval but must be cleared by the due date. If funds are not credited by the due date then the reservation will be cancelled and no refund of the deposit will be made. DAMAGE DEPOSIT Damage deposit will be refunded so long as there is no damage within 7 -10 days of checkout pending inspection by cleaning firm or our inspectors. CANCELLATION POLICY In the event that you must cancel your reservation, please be aware that cancellations must be in writing and must occur at least 60 days prior to arrival date. If cancellation occurs 60 days or more prior to arrival date all monies will be refunded with the exception of a $250.00 administrative fee. GUESTS THAT DO NOT CANCEL MORE THAN 60 DAYS PRIOR TO THE CHECK IN DATE WILL BE CHARGED THE FULL RENTAL AMOUNT (INCLUDING ALL FEES). There will be no refund for early departure for any reason. It is highly recommended that Tenant purchases Trip Insurance, we provide multiple opportunities for Tenant to purchase Standard Trip Insurance and Cancel For Any Reason Insurance. Refunds are NOT given for inclement weather, hurricane evacuations (whether mandatory or otherwise), travel bans or restrictions, military deployments, restricted access to resort or barrier islands or the general municipality, earthquakes, road or airport closings or late arrivals, pandemics (whether declared or not) ("Events"). We strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance and by proceeding with the reservation without buying insurance you specifically acknowledge that this is a rental home and it is not a hotel and that further you agree to pay all rental amounts due in the event of such an Event occurring. HAZARDOUS PRACTICES No barbeque grills of any kind are permitted on balconies or in the unit. No open flames (i.e., candle burning) are permitted on balconies or in the unit. Do not dismantle smoke detectors as they are there for your protection. Use the overhead stove fan when cooking to avoid accidental, activation of smoke detector alarm. The guest will be charged a $200 repair and inspection fee for tampering with or deactivating a smoke alarm. ABSOLUTELY NO PETS Unless the rented property is advertised as pet friendly and Tenant contacted the Agent about a pet in advance of the arrival date, then absolutely no pets are allowed. If evidence of a pet(s) is found in the unit or on the premises, then Tenant and all guests will be asked to vacate immediately with no refund of rent or damage deposit. Pets on the property subject the Tenant to a $500 fine (pre-approved service dogs are excepted). If the property is advertised as pet friendly then the following provisions apply: We allow one small/medium sized DOG up to 40 lbs each for free subject to the medical and damage provisions of this agreement. Additional DOGS may be allowed in Agent's sole discretion, there is a $75 dog fee for each additional dog allowed including all dogs over 40 lbs. All pets must be up to date on rabies and other vaccinations. (documentation from an accredited veterinarian must be provided by Guest upon request). All pets must be treated with a flea and tick repellent three days prior to arrival. Guests are responsible for cleaning up all pet waste and disposing of it in a proper trash bin Pets must not be allowed on to furniture or in bedrooms at any time Pets must not make excessive noise Pets must be crated when left in the property and must not be left un-attended for any undue length of time Guest must observe all local rules, regulations and ordinances regarding pets at all time Agent reserves the right to not permit any dog at any time The guest will be charged a $200 clean up fee for the removal of any dog waste in the home or the yard. If your dog/s cause any damage, or the property requires additional cleaning the guest will be charged the cost of any repairs or clean up. If a security deposit has been paid it will be deducted. If there is no security deposit then the guest authorizes their credit card to be charged directly for the repair or clean up cost. Homeowner and Agent assume no responsibility for any illness or injury that may occur to pets or humans while on the premises. Prohibited Breeds of Dogs include any mix of: - Akita; - Boxer; - Bull Terrier; - Bullmastiff; - Chow Chow; - Doberman Pinscher; - German Shepherd; - Giant Schnauzer - Mastiff; - Ovtcharka; - Presa Canario; - Pit Bull; - Rhodesian Ridgeback; - Rottweiler; - Neapolitan Mastiff;
Total 1 Nationality: country to which the person belongs administratively and that issues the ID card and/or passport.
ADJUSTMENT OF THE DISTRIBUTOR’S ALLOCABLE PORTION AND EACH SUCCESSOR DISTRIBUTOR’S ALLOCABLE PORTION The parties to the Distribution Agreement recognize that, if the terms of any distributor’s contract, any distribution plan, any prospectus, the FINRA Conduct Rules or any other applicable law change so as to disproportionately reduce, in a manner inconsistent with the intent of this Distribution Agreement, the amount of the Distributor’s Allocable Portion or any Successor Distributor’s Allocable Portion had no such change occurred, the definitions of the Distributor’s Allocable Portion and/or the Successor Distributor’s Allocable Portion in respect of the Class C shares relating to a Fund shall be adjusted by agreement among the relevant parties; provided, however, if the Distributor, the Successor Distributor and the Fund cannot agree within thirty (30) days after the date of any such change in applicable laws or in any distributor’s contract, distribution plan, prospectus or the FINRA Conduct Rules, they shall submit the question to arbitration in accordance with the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association and the decision reached by the arbitrator shall be final and binding on each of them. SCHEDULE B to the Amended and Restated Principal Underwriting Agreement ALLOCATION SCHEDULE The following relates solely to Class 529-C shares. The Distributor’s Allocable Portion of Distribution Fees and CDSCs in respect of Class 529-C shares shall be 100% until such time as the Distributor shall cease to serve as exclusive distributor of Class 529-C shares; thereafter, collections that constitute CDSCs and Distribution Fees relating to Class 529-C shares shall be allocated among the Distributor and any successor distributor (“Successor Distributor”) in accordance with this Schedule. At such time as the Distributor’s Allocable Portion of the Distribution Fees equals zero, the Successor Distributor shall become the Distributor for purposes of this Allocation Schedule. Defined terms used in this Schedule and not otherwise defined herein shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Principal Underwriting Agreement (the “Distribution Agreement”), of which this Schedule is a part. As used herein the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
Proportionate Amounts Each partial assignment shall be made as an assignment of a proportionate part of all the assigning Lender’s rights and obligations under this Agreement with respect to the Loan or the Commitment assigned.