Prices. Prices for the sale of food, non-alcoholic beverages, and novelty items shall be submitted to and approved by Department in writing before any proposed price can become effective. Proposed prices to be charged must be submitted in writing to Department and approved, in writing, by Department prior to commencement of any Period of Operation. All prices shall remain in effect unless otherwise modified and re-approved in writing by Department. All changes in pricing will require the submission of a new price list for all items (not just those being changed) and a written justification for each item Concessionaire is requesting Department’s approval to change or modify. No price changes are to take effect without the written pre-approval of Department. All prices shall be properly displayed in prominent places at all times. Price signage must be professional in appearance, neat, and made of weather-proof materials.
Prices. 1. At any time before the conclusion of an Agreement, all of Supplier’s offered, quoted, published or notified prices are non-binding and are subject to alteration at any time without prior notice and in particular may be altered to reflect any increase in cost to Supplier caused by the imposition or levying by any governmental or other authority of any country of any import or other duty, tax or charge.
Prices. The prices are the lower of Seller’s prevailing prices or as stated on the Order and are otherwise fixed, firm and not subject to increase. Unless otherwise expressly agreed by Buyer in writing, the price includes all taxes (sales, use, excise, privilege, ad valorem, and other taxes, duties, tariffs and assessments now or hereafter imposed or levied) and charges for packing, hauling, storage and transportation to Buyer’s designated point of delivery. Any price reduction subsequent to the Order but prior to payment will be applied to the Order. Buyer is not obligated to any minimum purchase or future purchase obligations under this Order. Forecasts, estimates and similar projections of Buyer are not purchase commitments. Buyer shall have no obligation to purchase or otherwise compensate Seller for any of Seller’s finished products, work in process or raw materials, not expressly covered by an Order issued by Buyer. If Seller sells or offers to sell any goods or services of the same or similar type as the Deliverables at a lower price and/or on more favorable terms or conditions to any other person or entity, Seller shall provide written notice to Buyer, whereupon Buyer shall have the option to have such more favorable price, terms and/or conditions applied to this Order and Orders thereafter.
Prices. 7.1.1. In the provision of a work or service, the Contract price includes, as a minimum and unless expressly included in other terms, the following: Direct and indirect labour. Machinery and associated personnel. Amortisation of machinery. Consumable supplies and permanent materials. Transportation of personnel, materials and resources to and from the place of work. Installation and authorisation of services. Maintenance costs. Overheads and business profit. The legally corresponding taxes, levies and duties. Expenses incurred by the Contractor in programming, inspections and tests, controlling materials and execution methods, tests, deliveries and other analyses. Complete fulfilment of all the work units, in accordance with the Technical Specifications and all other contractual documents. Construction, demolition and removal of the auxiliary works, installations, security or storage facilities or installations built in compliance with the Regulation for the Prevention of Occupational Risks. Costs of financial guarantees, insurance or other warranties, where applicable. Costs for the provision of safety measures and management systems to meet health and safety requirements, as well as delivery costs of personal protective equipment in accordance with ENEL’s requirements and standards.
Prices. Tenant’s prices for the merchandise comprising the Permitted Use shall be the same or comparable to prices found in Tenant’s catalog, if any, and at Tenant’s other retail shops, or in a local retail shop determined by Director to be comparable. Tenant will be required to submit, on an annual basis or upon request, a pricing survey of items comprising the Permitted Use showing the same or comparable to prices found in Tenant’s off-Airport locations, if any, or comparable retail locations within the Bay Area, or as determined by Director to be comparable The pricing survey shall contain a cross sampling of product categories chosen by the Director, and a minimum of fifty (50) items designated by the Director to be relevant and comparable within the product categories. Should any variance in prices on specific items be deemed too great, the Director will have the right to require a price adjustment on the specified items.
Prices. Tenant’s prices for the food and beverage comprising the Permitted Use shall be the same or comparable to prices found in Tenant’s menu at Tenant’s other food and beverage facilities, if any, or as determined by Director to be comparable, and shall otherwise comply with the Airport’s “street pricing program.” As used herein, the price shall be deemed “comparable” if it is no more than ten percent (10%) higher than the price for the comparable item at Tenant’s other off-Airport locations. For purposes of this paragraph, if Tenant is a licensee of a restaurant concept, then the street pricing comparison shall be to the other restaurants with the same concept operated by the licensor or other licensees.