The Cost Sample Clauses

The Cost. The cost of the arbitration proceeding must be divided evenly between the parties to the arbitration. If, however, a participant, labor organization, or other interested individual prevails under a binding arbitration proceeding, the State or local applicant that is a party to the grievance must pay the total cost of the proceeding and the attorney's fees of the prevailing party.
The Cost. The annual membership fee for participating in the program is $2,100.00 for membership.
The Cost. Provider will run the Program and will be solely responsible for all costs and expenses related thereto; Provider will contract directly with families, charge and collect all fees and complete all necessary forms, permitting, and any other operational component of the Program. Provider agrees that it will charge parents no more than the schedule of fees provided as Attachment 1.
The Cost. We add a mark-up to the prices from our liquidity providers and publish the ‘’markedup’’ prices that include our income. We will base the closing price of the relevant currency for the purposes of margin requirements and any balance credits/debits.
The Cost. All costs and expenses relating to the construction of the MCMA new Head Quarters/Building on Plot B of the Land and the Project on Plot A of the Land shall be entirely borne by KMSB.
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  • Project Cost An updated cost spreadsheet reflecting the current forecasted cost vs. the latest approved budget vs. the baseline budget should be included in this section. One way to track project cost is to show: (1) Baseline Budget, (2) Latest Approved Budget, (3) Current Forecasted Cost Estimate, (4) Expenditures or Commitments to Date, and (5) Variance between Current Forecasted Cost and Latest Approved Budget. Line items should include all significant cost centers, such as prior costs, right-of-way, preliminary engineering, environmental mitigation, general engineering consultant, section design contracts, construction administration, utilities, construction packages, force accounts/task orders, wrap-up insurance, construction contingencies, management contingencies, and other contingencies. The line items can be broken-up in enough detail such that specific areas of cost change can be sufficiently tracked and future improvements made to the overall cost estimating methodology. A Program Total line should be included at the bottom of the spreadsheet. Narratives, tables, and/or graphs should accompany the updated cost spreadsheet, basically detailing the current cost status, reasons for cost deviations, impacts of cost overruns, and efforts to mitigate cost overruns. The following information should be provided:

  • Initial Cost Subject to reimbursement as hereinafter provided, the cost of organizing the Trust and the sale of the Units shall be borne by the Depositor, provided, however, that the liability on the part of the Depositor under this Section 3.01 shall not include any fees or other expenses incurred in connection with the administration of the Trust subsequent to the deposit referred to in Section 2.01. At the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period (as certified by the Depositor to the Trustee), the Trustee shall withdraw from the account(s) specified in the Prospectus or, if no account is therein specified, from the Capital Account, and pay to the Depositor the Depositor’s reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust in an amount certified to the Trustee by the Depositor. In no event shall the amount paid by the Trustee to the Depositor for the Depositor’s reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust exceed the estimated per Unit amount of organization costs set forth in the Prospectus for the Trust multiplied by the number of Units of the Trust outstanding at the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period; nor shall the Depositor be entitled to or request reimbursement for expenses of organizing the Trust incurred after the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period. If the cash balance of the Capital Account is insufficient to make such withdrawal, the Trustee shall, as directed by the Depositor, sell Securities identified by the Supervisor, or distribute to the Depositor Securities having a value, as determined under Section 5.01 as of the date of distribution, sufficient for such reimbursement provided that such distribution is permissible under applicable laws and regulations. Securities sold or distributed to the Depositor to reimburse the Depositor pursuant to this Section shall be sold or distributed by the Trustee, to the extent practicable, in the Percentage Ratio then existing (unless the Trust is a RIC, in which case sales or distributions by the Trustee shall be made in accordance with the instructions of the Supervisor or its designees). The reimbursement provided for in this Section shall be for the account of Unitholders of record at the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period. Any assets deposited with the Trustee in respect of the expenses reimbursable under this Section 3.01 shall be held and administered as assets of the Trust for all purposes hereunder. Any cash which the Depositor has identified as to be used for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to this Section 3.01 shall be held by the Trustee, without interest, and reserved for such purposes and, accordingly, prior to the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period, shall not be subject to distribution or, unless the Depositor otherwise directs, used for payment of redemptions in excess of the per Unit amount payable pursuant to the next sentence. If a Unitholder redeems Units prior to the earlier of six months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period, the Trustee shall pay the Unitholder, in addition to the Unit Value of the tendered Units (in the computation of which the expenses reimbursable pursuant to this Section shall have been deducted), unless otherwise directed by the Depositor, an amount equal to the estimated per Unit cost of organizing the Trust set forth in the Prospectus, or such lower revision thereof most recently communicated to the Trustee by the Depositor, multiplied by the number of Units tendered for redemption; to the extent the cash on hand in the Trust is insufficient for such payments, the Trustee shall have the power to sell Securities in accordance with Section 6.02. As used herein, the Depositor’s reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust shall include, but are not limited to, the cost of the initial preparation and typesetting of the registration statement, prospectuses (including preliminary prospectuses), the Indenture, and other documents relating to a Trust Securities and Exchange Commission and state blue sky registration fees, the costs of the initial valuation of the portfolio and audit of a Trust, the costs of a portfolio consultant, if any, one-time licensing fees, if any, the initial fees and expenses of the Trustee, and legal and other out-of-pocket expenses related thereto, but not including the expenses incurred in the printing of prospectuses (including preliminary prospectuses), expenses incurred in the preparation and printing of brochures and other advertising materials and any other selling expenses.”

  • Construction Cost The cost to Owner of the construction of those portions of the entire Project designed or specified by or for Engineer under this Agreement, including construction labor, services, materials, equipment, insurance, and bonding costs, and allowances for contingencies. Construction Cost does not include costs of services of Engineer or other design professionals and consultants; cost of land or rights-of-way, or compensation for damages to property; Owner’s costs for legal, accounting, insurance counseling, or auditing services; interest or financing charges incurred in connection with the Project; or the cost of other services to be provided by others to Owner. Construction Cost is one of the items comprising Total Project Costs.

  • Replacement Cost The term “full replacement cost” as used herein shall mean the actual replacement cost of the Leased Property requiring replacement from time to time including an increased cost of construction endorsement, if available, and the cost of debris removal. In the event either party believes that full replacement cost (the then-replacement cost less such exclusions) has increased or decreased at any time during the Lease Term, it shall have the right to have such full replacement cost re-determined.

  • Operating Costs The term “Operating Costs,” as used in this Lease, shall mean all expenses and costs of every kind and nature which Landlord shall pay or become obligated to pay because of or in connection with the ownership, operation, maintenance, replacement, and repair of the Building, Real Estate and Common Areas (but expressly excluding all costs associated with the initial construction of the Building and Tenant Improvements) including, without limitation, any and all buildings, structures, and improvements in the Common Areas, and the Real Estate computed in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied (“GAAP”), including, without limitation, painting (including, without limitation, façade painting or caulking); service and maintenance contracts; accounting, consulting, and reasonable legal fees incurred in the operation of Real Estate (not tenant specific or related to Landlord’s operation as an entity); windows and general cleaning; removing of snow, ice, debris, garbage, and other refuse and surface water; security personnel; electronic intrusion and fire control and telephone alert systems; machinery and equipment used in the maintenance, repair, replacement, and operation of the Common Areas and the Building; storm, sanitary, and other drainage or detention systems; sprinklers and other fire protection systems; irrigation systems; electrical, gas, water, sewage, telephone, and other utility systems and charges; roof, roof membrane, entrances; the cost of compliance with any accessibility statute including, without limitation, the Americans with Disabilities Act, including all amendments thereto and regulations thereof (“ADA”) occurring after the Possession Date and, if such compliance requires a capital repair or improvement, the same shall be subject to the limitations provided below; all costs and expenses of water or other common utilities; off-site improvements (including off-site detention areas, landscaping, and traffic signals); traffic regulation, directional signs, and traffic consultants; all licenses, permits, certificates, and inspection fees related to ongoing maintenance and operations of the Building or Real Estate including all Common Areas; paving, curbs, sidewalks, walkways, roadways, and parking surfaces (including repaving, sealing, striping, and patching and snow, ice and hazard removal), lighting facilities; informational signage; surcharges levied upon or assessed against parking spaces or areas; payments toward mass transit or otherwise as required by federal, state or local governmental authorities; the cost and expense of landscaping, gardening, and planting; decorating; heating, ventilating, and air conditioning and other Building systems maintenance serving the Common Areas that are not otherwise the obligations of Tenant hereunder; the costs of any and all types of insurance coverages customary for similar buildings or otherwise required herein and carried by Landlord covering the Common Areas, Building and Real Estate, including, without limitation, public liability, personal and bodily injury and property damage liability and automobile coverage, fire and extended coverage, vandalism and malicious mischief and all broad form coverages, sign insurance, rental abatement insurance, terrorism (if customary), and any other insurance that may be carried by Landlord covering the Common Areas, Building and Real Estate which is customary for similar buildings or otherwise required herein; the rental charges for such machinery and equipment used therefor; all charges for utilities supplied to the Common Areas; the cost of personnel (including applicable payroll taxes, workmen’s compensation insurance, and disability insurance) to the extent actually involved in the operations of the Building or required to implement any of the foregoing, including the policing of the Common Areas and the directing of traffic and parking of automobiles on the parking areas thereof with costs to be prorated based on the actual time spent on operations for the Common Areas; all costs and expenses incurred by Landlord pursuant to any off-site easement or other agreement or matter of record related to the Real Estate (including, without limitation, the off-site parking easement and access easements benefitting the Real Estate); and an overhead cost equal to five percent (5%) of the amount of all Operating Costs exclusive of the overhead costs (“Administration Fee”). Landlord may cause any or all of said services to be provided by an independent contractor or contractors, management agent, or management company, provided that the costs of providing such services shall paid exclusively from the Administrative Fee and shall not be separately included as part of the Operating Costs. The cost of any Operating Costs incurred by Landlord which are required or permitted to be capitalized pursuant to Section 263A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and Department of Treasury regulations promulgated thereunder (a “Capitalized Expense”), shall be amortized over the useful life of such Capitalized Expense on a straight-line basis without markup (except for the Administration Fee), and Tenant shall reimburse Landlord for the amortized portion of such Capitalized Expense accrued, as an Operating Costs, each calendar year until the Capitalized Expense is fully amortized. The useful life of any Capitalized Expense shall be determined by reference to the categories of property under the “general depreciation system” as published by the Internal Revenue Service from time to time (currently published as IRS Publication 946). In addition, in the event Landlord installs equipment in or makes improvements or alterations to the Building or Real Estate which are for the purpose of reducing energy costs, maintenance costs, or other costs and expenses, or which are required under any Laws (including any accessibility statute) which were not required as of the Possession Date, the same shall also be considered a Capitalized Expenses, Landlord may amortize such investment on a straight line basis over the useful life of such equipment, improvement, or alteration determined by reference to the categories of property under the “general depreciation system” as published by the Internal Revenue Service from time to time (currently published as IRS Publication 946). For the avoidance of doubt, in the event the Lease terminates prior to the conclusion of any amortization period determined hereunder, Tenant shall not be liable for the unamortized amount of any Capitalized Expense that remains outstanding as of the time of such termination. ). In no event shall those matters set forth in Exhibit H be included in Operating Costs.

  • Total Project Cost The total cost of the Project is $3,407,752, of which (i) Grantee is contributing $1,670,252 toward the Project as shown in the Budget (the “Matching Funds”), and (ii) $1,737,500 shall be provided by the Grant. The total estimated cost of the Project is based upon the Budget. To the extent that the actual cost of the Project exceeds $3,407,752, Grantee shall be solely responsible for such excess. Grantee shall monitor the Budget and submit an amended Budget to Triumph in the event that (a) the total cost of the Project increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%), (b) total the Budget increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%), (c) the Budget increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%) within a particular Budget category, and/or (d) Grantee’s portion of the Matching funds decreases by greater than five percent (5%). If Grantee proposes an increase or decrease by greater than five percent (5%) as described above as compared to the most recently approved Budget, such proposal shall be submitted to Triumph in writing along with a proposed amended Budget, and Triumph shall have the right to approve or disapprove both the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and the proposed amended Budget. Triumph shall have fifteen (15) days from the receipt of a proposed amended Budget to notify Grantee of its approval or disapproval. If Triumph fails to approve or disapprove the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and/or the proposed amended Budget within such fifteen (15) day period, the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and/or the amended Budget, as applicable, shall be deemed approved as submitted. If Grantee fails to obtain Triumph's approval or deemed approval, that failure shall be sufficient cause for nonpayment by Triumph as provided in Section 4.2(f). Using the Grant, its own funds, and funds from other grants (including, but not limited to, the Matching Funds), Grantee agrees to bear the entire cost and expense of the Project, including but not limited to, all costs and all expenses in excess of the total estimated cost of the Project, it being expressly understood and agreed that the Grant shall operate only to pay, on and subject to the terms and conditions set forth herein, a portion of the costs and expenses of the Project. Furthermore, Grantee agrees to spend all of the Matching Funds as contemplated in the Grant Application, and agrees that its failure to do so shall be deemed a material breach of this Agreement.

  • Tenant’s Share “Tenant’s Share” means a percentage which is calculated by multiplying the number of Rentable Square Feet of the Premises by 100 and dividing the product by the total Rentable Square Feet in the Project. If either the Premises, the Building, or the Project are expanded or reduced, Tenant’s Share shall be appropriately adjusted. Tenant’s Share for the Expense Year in which that change occurs shall be determined on the basis of the number of days during the Expense Year in which each such Tenant’s Share was in effect.

  • Cost The Proposer shall bear any and all costs related to the preparation and/or submission of the Proposal, regardless of whether its Proposal was selected or not. UNDP shall in no case be responsible or liable for those costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the procurement process.

  • Unit Price Work Work to be paid for on the basis of unit prices as defined and described in the Contract Documents. A percentage markup for overhead or profit shall be included in all unit prices.