Specific Increased Expenses Sample Clauses

Specific Increased Expenses. Determine whether the following specific District expenses have increased on an annual basis greater than stated: District’s Employer PERS miscellaneous pension contributions increased by an average of more than 9.0% per year over FY11, FY12, and FY13; and District contributions toward medical insurance premiums required by Section 5.2B of this Agreement increased by an average of more than 9% annually during FY11, FY12, and FY13. If the average annual increases listed above in this Subsection F.3 are not exceeded, then the criteria for F3 has been met. G Extraordinary, Unplanned Expenses On or before March 31, 2013, the District shall determine whether an extraordinary, unbudgeted, and unanticipated expense exceeding 1.0% of the District’s adopted operating budget has occurred during fiscal years FY10, FY11, FY12, and FY13, other than specified above. In the event that such an extraordinary, unbudgeted, and unanticipated expense outside the control of the District has occurred during FY10, FY11, and FY12, the District shall have no obligation to increase the salary/wage schedule by one percent (1.0%) as specified above.
Specific Increased Expenses. Determine whether the following specific District expenses have increased on an annual basis greater than stated: • District’s Employer PERS miscellaneous pension contributions increased by an average of more than 10.5% per year over FY11, FY 12, and FY13; or • District contributions toward medical insurance premiums required by Section 33.B of this Agreement increased by an average of more than 10% annually during FY 11, FY12, and FY13. If either of the average annual increases listed above in this Subsection 6.c. are exceeded, then the criterion for 6.c. has not been met.

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Additional Expenses It is further agreed that, in addition to payments required pursuant to subsections A and B of Section 16.1 above, Lessee shall compensate Lessor for (i) all administrative expenses, (ii) all expenses incurred by Lessor in repossessing the Leased Property (including among other expenses, any increase in insurance premiums caused by the vacancy of the Leased Property), (iii) all expenses incurred by Lessor in reletting (including among other expenses, repairs, remodeling, replacements, advertisements and brokerage fees), (iv) all concessions granted to a new tenant or tenants upon reletting (including among other concessions, renewal options), (v) Lessor's reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses, (vi) all losses incurred by Lessor as a direct or indirect result of Lessee's default (including among other losses any adverse action by mortgagees), and (vii) a reasonable allowance for Lessor's administrative efforts, salaries and overhead attributable directly or indirectly to Lessee's default and Lessor's pursuing the rights and remedies provided herein and under applicable law.
Taxes and Increased Costs With respect to any LIBOR Portion, if the Lender shall determine that any change in any applicable law, treaty, regulation or guideline (including, without limitation, Regulation D of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) or any new law, treaty, regulation or guideline, or any interpretation of any of the foregoing by any governmental authority charged with the administration thereof or any central bank or other fiscal, monetary or other authority having jurisdiction over the Lender or its lending branch or the LIBOR Portions contemplated by this Agreement (whether or not having the force of law), shall:
Operating Expense Increase Lessee shall pay to Lessor during the term hereof, in addition to the Base Rent, Lessee's Share, as hereinafter defined, of the amount by which all Operating Expenses, as hereinafter defined, for each Comparison Year exceeds the amount of all Operating Expenses for the Base Year, such excess being hereinafter referred to as the "Operating Expense Increase," in accordance with the following provisions:
Non-Reimbursable Costs The following expenses or costs incurred by or on behalf of the Property Manager in connection with its duties hereunder shall be at the sole cost and expense of the Property Manager and shall not be reimbursed by the Company: (a) costs attributable to losses arising from gross negligence, willful misconduct or fraud on the part of the Property Manager or its associates or employees; and (b) cost of insurance purchased by the Property Manager for its own account.
Operating Expense Payments Landlord shall deliver to Tenant a written estimate of Operating Expenses for each calendar year during the Term (the “Annual Estimate”), which may be revised by Landlord from time to time during such calendar year. During each month of the Term, on the same date that Base Rent is due, Tenant shall pay Landlord an amount equal to 1/12th of Tenant’s Share of the Annual Estimate. Payments for any fractional calendar month shall be prorated.
Reimbursable Costs Operator shall reimburse Contractor for the costs of material, equipment, work or services which are to be furnished by Operator as provided for herein but which for convenience are actually furnished by Contractor at Operator’s request, plus 5 percent for such cost of handling. When, at Operator’s request and with Contractor’s agreement, the Contractor furnishes or subcontracts for certain items or services which Operator is required herein to provide, for purposes of the indemnity and release provisions of this Contract, said items or services shall be deemed to be Operator furnished items or services. Any subcontractors so hired shall be deemed to be Operator’s contractor, and Operator shall not be relieved of any of its liabilities in connection therewith.
Closing Expenses Seller shall pay for the preparation of the Special Warranty Deed, such deed to substantially conform to the provisions of the deed attached hereto as Exhibit B and incorporated by this reference herein. Seller shall provide and pay for all other documents necessary to perform Seller's obligations under this Contract, its attorney’s fees and for the "Grantor’s Tax". Buyer shall pay for (a) recording the Deed and for preparation and recording of all instruments required to secure the balance of the Purchase Price unpaid at Closing, (b) all recordation and transfer taxes, other than the "Grantor's Tax," (c) its attorney’s fees, (d) all costs of a title examination, a title report, a title commitment and one or more title insurance policies, and (e) all other Closing costs, including without limitation, fees to the Settlement Agent.
Costs, Expenses and Taxes The Borrower agrees to pay on demand all costs and expenses of the Administrative Agent in connection with the preparation, reproduction, execution and delivery of this Amendment and the other instruments and documents to be delivered hereunder (including the reasonable fees and out-of-pocket expenses of counsel for the Administrative Agent with respect thereto).
Shared Expenses Owner acknowledges that certain economies may be achieved with respect to certain expenses to be incurred by U-Haul on behalf of Owner hereunder if materials, supplies, insurance or services are purchased by U-Haul in quantity for use not only in connection with the Property but in connection with other properties owned or managed by U-Haul or its affiliates. U-Haul shall have the right to purchase such materials, supplies, insurance and/or services in its own name and charge Owner a pro rata allocable share of the cost of the foregoing; provided, however, that the pro rata cost of such purchase to Owner shall not result in expenses greater than would otherwise be incurred at competitive prices and terms available in the area where the Property is located; and provided further, U-Haul shall give Owner access to records so Owner may review any such expenses incurred.
Cost of Living Increase The minimum fee set forth in this Schedule may increase annually upon each March 1 anniversary of this Agreement over the minimum fee during the prior 12 months, as calculated under this Schedule, in an amount equal to the increase in Pennsylvania Consumer Price Index (not to exceed 6% annually) as last reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for the twelve months immediately preceding such anniversary.