Reasonable Costs Sample Clauses

Reasonable Costs. A cost is reasonable if, in its nature and amount, it does not exceed that which would be incurred by a prudent person under the circumstances prevailing at the time the decision was made to incur the cost. In determining reasonableness of a given cost, consideration shall be given to:
Reasonable Costs. 8.6 Reasonableness of costs depends upon a variety of considerations and circumstances, including:
Reasonable Costs. The City will reimburse for reasonable costs and out-of- pocket expenses including computer research (only if not available through City Attorney’s office), long distance telephone charges, overnight or express mail service, photocopying at $0.35 per page, travel at the rate set forth in the City’s travel policy, facsimile at $10.00 per fax, when such services are itemized and reflected on the invoice.
Reasonable Costs. If the Contracting Officer does not cancel the Suspension of Work Order and the work covered by the order is terminated, the Contracting Officer shall allow, by equitable adjustment or otherwise, reasonable costs resulting from the Suspension of Work Order.
Reasonable Costs. To the extent that Section 1861(v)(1)(I) of the Social Security Act applies to this Agreement, the Management Company agrees that until the expiration of four years after the furnishing of the Management Services under this Agreement, the Management Company shall retain and make available, upon written request of the Secretary of Health and Human Services or the U.S. Comptroller General, or any of their duly authorized representatives, this Agreement, and any books, documents and records of the Management Company that are necessary to certify the nature and extent of any costs incurred by the AF-CH-HH Group under this Agreement. Furthermore, the Management Company agrees to include a provision substantially similar to this Section 9(c) in any subcontractor agreement in connection with the Management Services.
Reasonable Costs agrees to pay the Lender’s reasonable costs, including legal costs on a solicitor-client basis, associated with the discharge or amendment of any financing statement registered by the Lender, whether or not the change was initiated by the Obligor.
Reasonable Costs. A cost is reasonable if the nature and amount do not exceed what would be incurred by an ordinary prudent person in the conduct of a competitive business. In determining the reasonableness of a particular cost, consideration will be given to: