Payment Allocation Subject to applicable law, your payments may be applied to what you owe the Credit Union in any manner the Credit Union chooses. However, in every case, in the event you make a payment in excess of the required minimum periodic payment, the Credit Union will allocate the excess amount first to the balance with the highest annual percentage rate and any remaining portion to the other balances in descending order based on applicable annual percentage rate.
Boot Allowance The District will pay $180 toward the purchase and/or repair of work boots for District Employees listed in the District’s Work Apparel Policy and/or at the discretion of the employee’s department manager. Payment will be made by the first full paycheck of the employee’s date of hire and annually thereafter. Boots must meet applicable OSHA standards for the duties assigned.
Tenant Improvement Allowance Landlord agrees that it will provide to Tenant an allowance of $4,300,000 (the “Tenant Improvement Allowance” or “TIA”) which shall be used to pay for Landlord’s Work, in accordance with the Final Plans and Specs. Tenant shall have the right to apply part of the Tenant Improvement Allowance toward the costs of Tenant design, preparation, renovation and construction within the Premises including without limitation to Tenant’s Work and may also apply part of the TIA towards non-building related items such as, but not limited to, permitting, space plans, moving, architectural and engineering, attorneys’ fees and expenses, project management, wiring and cabling, special electrical power distribution, telephone and security systems and the purchase and installation of any furniture, fixtures and equipment to be used for or within the Premises. Prior to commencing the Tenant Improvements, Tenant must approve Landlord’s budget for the Landlord’s Work (the “Budget”) and any changes thereto must be approved by Tenant. After the Rent Commencement Date any unused portion of the TIA shall be credited against future Tenant Improvements required for the occupancy by Tenant of additional portions of the Premises as required by the Lease and may also be used by Tenant to cover up to three (3) months Base Rent which shall be amortized over the remaining initial Term of the Lease. When the TIA is entirely expended for the purposes set forth in this Lease, including Landlord’s Work, Tenant hereby agrees to pay to Landlord all costs and expenses in a timely manner in excess of the TIA for unfunded Tenant Improvements and Landlord’s Work. Tenant further agrees to pay all costs for Tenant Improvements for future portions of the Premises to be occupied by Tenant in accordance with Exhibit B once the TIA is fully expended.
Shift Allowance In addition to the wage specified in sub-clause (1), read with sub- clause (12), a normal shift worker shall, in respect of his shift hours worked in any week, be paid an additional 12,5% on such wage.
Tenant Allowance Landlord shall provide Tenant an allowance for each Building in an amount not to exceed the sum set forth in the Basic Lease Information for the Tenant Allowance for the applicable Building (collectively, the “Tenant Allowance”), to be applied toward the cost of the following items in respect of the Tenant Improvements in the applicable Building: Architectural and engineering fees, space planning, building permits or other governmental fees, and the cost of labor, materials, contractors fees and overhead, and other charges included in the construction contract for construction of Tenant Improvements, including the contractor’s fee, overhead and general conditions, sales and use taxes, the cost of the builder’s risk insurance during construction and all testing and inspection costs. If Landlord elects to itself construct the Restroom Improvements, Landlord shall make payments to its contractor for the Restroom Improvements as and when such costs are incurred and deduct the amount of such payments from the Tenant Allowance for Building 2 up to the maximum amount stated in Paragraph I of this Work Letter. Landlord shall not be obligated to disburse any remaining portion of the Tenant Allowance attributable to a Building until such time as (i) the Commencement Date for the applicable Building has occurred and Tenant has accepted delivery of the Building and made the initial prepayment of Rent with respect to the applicable portion of the Premises; and (ii) Tenant has delivered to Landlord and Landlord has approved, in Landlord’s reasonable discretion, all of the following: (A) invoices, paid receipts and/or related evidence reasonably acceptable to Landlord establishing that Tenant has paid an amount equal to that portion of the Tenant Allowance requested by Tenant to third parties in connection with the Tenant Improvements in the applicable Building; (B) executed unconditional final mechanics’ lien releases, in statutory form, from Tenant’s contractor and all subcontractors, laborers, materialmen and suppliers used by Tenant with respect to all work in and to the Premises located in the applicable Building; (C) a certificate from Tenant’s architect or space planner, in a form reasonably acceptable to Landlord, certifying that the construction of the Tenant Improvements in the applicable Building has been substantially completed and meets all applicable building codes; (D) a copy of the certificate of occupancy (or similar governmental authorization) for the applicable Building; (E) “as-built” drawings for the Tenant Improvements in the applicable Building, signed by either Tenant’s architect, space planner or contractor, and electronic CAD files from Tenant’s Contractor and all subcontractors; and (F) a final punch list signed off by both Tenant and Landlord and/or their architects. Thereafter, Landlord shall deliver, within fifteen (15) days following Tenant’s delivery of the materials and information required for disbursement thereof in the preceding sentence, a check payable to Tenant in the amount of that portion of the Tenant Allowance requested by Tenant and paid to third parties in connection with the Tenant Improvements for the applicable Building (which amount shall not exceed the portion of the Tenant Allowance provided for such Building as specified in the Basic Lease Information). Landlord’s payment of any portion of the Tenant Allowance shall not be deemed Landlord’s approval any of the Tenant Improvements absent Landlord’s prior approval pursuant to this Work Letter. Landlord’s obligation to disburse the Tenant Allowance for each Building under this Paragraph 9(b) shall expire six (6) months after the Delivery Date for the applicable Building, subject to extension due to Force Majeure, such that Landlord shall not be obligated to provide to Tenant any undisbursed portion of the Tenant Allowance for a Building unless Tenant has delivered to Landlord all documents required above within nine (9) months after the Delivery Date of such Building.