Sum Payable Sample Clauses

Sum Payable. Upon the occurrence of a Change in Control, followed by the termination of the Executive’s employment within two years following the Change in Control due to (1) Executive’s termination as outlined above in subparts (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv) of Section 3, or (2) Executive’s dismissal, unless such dismissal is due to Termination for Cause, the Bank and the Holding Company shall pay Executive, or in the event of her subsequent death, her beneficiary or beneficiaries, or her estate, as the case may be, a sum equal to three (3) times Executive’s average annual compensation for the five most recent taxable years that Executive has been employed by the Bank or such lesser number of years in the event that Executive shall have been employed by the Bank for less than five years. Such average annual compensation shall include base salary, commissions, bonuses, any other cash compensation, contributions or accruals on behalf of Executive to any pension and/or profit sharing plan, director or committee fees and fringe benefits paid or to be paid to the Executive in any such year and payment of any expense items without accountability or business purpose or that do not meet the Internal Revenue Service requirements for deductibility by the Bank; provided, however, that any payment under this provision and subsection 5(B) below shall not exceed three (3) times the Executive’s average annual compensation. At the election of Executive, which election is to be made prior to a Change in Control, such payment shall be made in a lump sum as of Executive’s Date of Termination. In the event that no election is made, payment to Executive will be made on a monthly basis in approximately equal installments over the ensuing thirty-six (36) months.
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Sum Payable. Upon the occurrence of a Change in Control, followed by the termination of the Executive’s employment within two years following the Change in Control due to (1) Good Reason or (2) Executive’s dismissal, unless such dismissal is due to Termination for Cause, the Bank and the Holding Company shall pay Executive, or in the event of his subsequent death, his beneficiary or beneficiaries, or his estate, as the case may be, a sum equal to three (3) times Executive’s average annual compensation for the five most recent taxable years that Executive has been employed by the Bank or such lesser number of years in the event that Executive shall have been employed by the Bank for less than five years. Such average annual compensation shall include base salary, commissions, bonuses, any other cash compensation, contributions or accruals on behalf of Executive to any pension and/or profit sharing plan, director or committee fees and fringe benefits paid or to be paid to the Executive in any such year and payment of any expense items without accountability or business purpose or that do not meet the Internal Revenue Service requirements for deductibility by the Bank; provided, however, that any payment under this provision and subsection 5(B) below shall not exceed three (3) times the Executive’s average annual compensation. Such payment shall be made in a lump sum as of the Executive’s Date of Termination.
Sum Payable. Where the sum payable by check is expressed in words and also figures and there is any discrepancy, the sum denoted by the words is the amount payable. • Where the sum payable by check is expressed more than once in words or more than once in figures, and there is any discrepancy, the smaller sum is the sum payable.
Sum Payable. The Bank shall pay Executive, or in the event of his subsequent death, his beneficiary or beneficiaries, or his estate, as the case may be, a lump sum equal to two (2) times Executive’s average annual compensation for the five most recent taxable years that Executive has been employed by the Bank or such lesser number of years in the event that Executive shall have been employed by the Bank for less than five years. Such average annual compensation shall include base salary, commissions, bonuses, any other cash compensation, contributions or accruals on behalf of Executive to any pension and/or profit sharing plan, contributions to any incentive plan, director or committee fees, and fringe benefits paid or to be paid to the Executive in any such year.
Sum Payable. Upon the occurrence of a Change in Control, followed by the termination of the Executive’s employment within two years following the Change in Control due to (1) Executive’s voluntary termination pursuant to Section 3, or (2) Executive’s dismissal, unless such dismissal is due to Termination for Cause, the Bank and the Holding Company shall pay Executive, or in the event of his subsequent death, his beneficiary or beneficiaries, or his estate, as the case may be, a sum equal to times Executive’s average annual compensation for the five most recent taxable years that Executive has been employed by the Bank or such lesser number of years in the event that Executive shall have been employed by the Bank for less than five years. Such average annual compensation shall include base salary, commissions, bonuses, any other cash compensation, contributions or accruals on behalf of Executive to any pension and/or profit sharing plan, severance payments, retirement payments, director or committee fees and fringe benefits paid or to be paid to the Executive in any such year and payment of any expense items without accountability or business purpose or that do not meet the Internal Revenue Service requirements for deductibility by the Bank; provided, however, that any payment under this provision and subsection 5(B) below shall not exceed three (3) times the Executive’s average annual compensation. At the election of Executive, which election is to be made prior to a Change in Control, such payment shall be made in a lump sum as of Executive’s Date of Termination. In the event that no election is made, payment to Executive will be made on a monthly basis in approximately equal installments during the remaining term of this Agreement.
Sum Payable. The Holding Company shall pay Executive, or in the event of his subsequent death, his beneficiary or beneficiaries, or his estate, as the case may be, a sum equal to two (2) times Executive’s average annual compensation for the five most recent taxable years that Executive has been employed by the Holding Company or Bank, or such lesser number of years in the event that Executive shall have been employed by the Holding Company or Bank for less than five years. Such average annual compensation shall include base salary, commissions, bonuses, any other cash compensation, contributions or accruals on behalf of Executive to any pension and/or profit sharing plan, director or committee fees and fringe benefits paid or to be paid to the Executive in any such year. Such payment shall be made (i) not later than the second payroll pay date following Executive’s Date of Termination, or (ii) on the first payroll pay date following the date that is six (6) months after the Date of Termination if, on the date of termination, Executive is a Specified Employee as defined in Internal Revenue Code § 409A, and such code section and the associated regulations so require.
Sum Payable. Upon the occurrence of a Change in Control, followed by the termination of the Executive’s employment within two years following the Change in Control due to (i) Executive’s election to terminate for reasons described in Section 3 above, or (ii) Executive’s dismissal by the Bank or the Holding Company, the Bank or the Holding Company shall pay Executive, or in the event of his subsequent death, his beneficiary or beneficiaries, or his estate, as the case may be, a lump sum equal to two (2) times Executive’s average annual compensation for the five most recent taxable years that Executive has been employed by the Bank or such lesser number of years in the event that Executive shall have been employed by the Bank for less than five years. Such average annual compensation shall include base salary, commissions, bonuses, any other cash compensation, contributions or accruals on behalf of Executive to any pension and/or profit sharing plan, contributions to any incentive plan, severance payments, retirement payments, director or committee fees, fringe benefits paid or to be paid to the Executive in any such year, and payment of any expense items without accountability or business purpose or that do not meet the Internal Revenue Service requirements for deductibility by the Bank.
Sum Payable. Upon the occurrence of a Change in Control, followed at any time during the term of this Agreement by the termination of the Executive’s employment due to: (1) Executive’s voluntary termination pursuant to Section 3, or (2) Executive’s dismissal, unless such dismissal is due to Termination for Cause, the Holding Company shall pay Executive, or in the event of his subsequent death, his beneficiary or beneficiaries, or his estate, as the case may be, a sum equal to TWO (2) times Executive’s average annual compensation for the five most recent taxable years that Executive has been employed by the Holding Company or Bank, or such lesser number of years in the event that Executive shall have been employed by the Holding Company or Bank, for less than five years. Such average annual compensation shall include base salary, commissions, bonuses, any other cash compensation, contributions or accruals on behalf of Executive to any pension and/or profit sharing plan, severance payments, retirement payments, director or committee fees and fringe benefits paid or to be paid to the Executive in any such year and payment of any expense items without accountability or business purpose or that do not meet the Internal Revenue Service requirements for deductibility by the Holding Company or the Bank. At the election of Executive, which election is to be made prior to a Change in Control, such payment shall be made in a lump sum as of Executive’s Date of Termination. In the event that no election is made, payment to Executive will be made on a monthly basis in approximately equal installments during the remaining term of this Agreement.

Related to Sum Payable

  • Lump Sum Payments If, during the Employment Period, the Company terminates the Executive's employment other than for Cause, or the Executive terminates employment for Good Reason, the Company shall pay to the Executive the following amounts:

  • Minimum Payments If the Executive’s Termination Date occurs during the Agreement Term for any reason, the Executive shall be entitled to the following payments, in addition to any payments or benefits to which the Executive may be entitled under the following provisions of this Section 5 (other than this paragraph 5(a)) or the express terms of any employee benefit plan or as required by law:

  • Premium Payments If an employee with at least three years of service in the employ of the Shaker Heights Board of Education should exhaust his/her sick leave within the time specifications of this contract and is granted a leave of absence by the Board, the Board shall continue to pay his/her premiums in accordance with his/her work assignment for the following fringe benefits for a period not to exceed twelve (12) months. The payment of such premiums will cease on the effective date an employee retires, resigns, goes on disability retirement or his/her contract is terminated.

  • Lump Sum Payment Upon award of the contract for this improvement, the LA will pay to the STATE, in lump sum, an amount equal to 80% of the LA’s estimated obligation incurred under this Agreement, and will pay to the STATE the remainder of the LA’s obligation (including any nonparticipating costs) in a lump sum, upon completion of the project based upon final costs. Method B - Monthly Payments. Upon award of the contract for this improvement, the LA will pay to the STATE, a specified amount each month for an estimated period of months, or until 80% of the LA’s estimated obligation under the provisions of the Agreement has been paid, and will pay to the STATE the remainder of the LA’s obligation (including any nonparticipating costs) in a lump sum, upon completion of the project based upon final costs.

  • Maximum Payments Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to establish or require the payment of a rate of interest or other charges in excess of the maximum permitted by applicable law. In the event that the rate of interest required to be paid or other charges hereunder exceed the maximum permitted by such law, any payments in excess of such maximum shall be credited against amounts owed by the Borrower to the Holder and thus refunded to the Borrower.

  • Quarterly Payments H3.15 The quarterly payment cannot be increased in cases of target over-achievement. The payments are given on cumulative outputs, in arrears, and therefore the maximum payment available will be given by the end of the Contract if the agreed (target) number of outputs is reached or exceeded.

  • Premium Payment The Bank shall pay any premiums due on the Policy.

  • Maximum Payment The maximum period or aggregate of periods of accident make-up pay to be made by an Employer will be a total of 39 weeks for any one injury.

  • Minimum Payment (a) Overtime worked on a Saturday or Sunday will be paid for at the rate of double Ordinary Rates. Employees required to work on a Saturday or Sunday will be afforded a minimum 4 hours work, or be paid as if for 4 hours at the aforementioned overtime rates.

  • Interim Payments Interim payments are intended to reimburse the beneficiary for expenditure on the basis of a detailed statement of the costs incurred, once the action has reached a certain level of completion. It may clear all or part of any pre-financing. By the appropriate deadline indicated in Article I.5, the beneficiary shall submit a request for interim payment accompanied by the following documents: - an interim report on implementation of the action; - an interim financial statement of the eligible costs actually incurred, following the structure of the estimated budget; - where required by the provisions of Article I.4 on interim payment, a certificate on the action's financial statements and underlying accounts, produced by an approved auditor or, in case of public bodies, by a competent and independent public officer. The certificate shall certify, in accordance with a methodology approved by the Commission, that the costs declared by the beneficiary in the financial statements on which the request of payment is based are real, accurately recorded and eligible and that all receipts have been declared, in accordance with the agreement. The documents accompanying the request for payment shall be drawn up in accordance with the relevant provisions in Article I.5 and the annexes. The beneficiary shall certify that the information provided in his request for payment is full, reliable and true. He shall also certify that the costs incurred can be considered eligible in accordance with the agreement, that all receipts have been declared, and that his request for payment is substantiated by adequate supporting documents that can be checked. On receipt of these documents, the Commission shall have the period specified in Article I.4 in order to: - approve the interim report on implementation of the action; - ask the beneficiary for supporting documents or any additional information it deems necessary to allow the approval of the report; - reject the report and ask for the submission of a new report. Failing a written reply from the Commission within the time limit for scrutiny indicated above, the report shall be deemed to have been approved. Approval of the report accompanying the request for payment shall not imply recognition of the regularity or of the authenticity, completeness and correctness of the declarations and information it contains. Requests for additional information or a new report shall be notified to the beneficiary in writing. If additional information or a new report is requested, the time limit for scrutiny shall be extended by the time it takes to obtain this information. The beneficiary shall be informed of that request and the extension of the delay for scrutiny by means of a formal document. The beneficiary shall have the period laid down in Article I.4 to submit the information or new documents requested. Extension of the delay for approval of the report may delay the payment by the equivalent time. Where a report is rejected and a new report requested, the approval procedure described in this article shall apply. In the event of renewed rejection, the Commission reserves the right to terminate the agreement by invoking Article II.11.2 (b).