Unforeseen Costs Sample Clauses

Unforeseen Costs. Client is responsible for any additional costs which are unforeseen at the time the Agreement is entered into, but arise from issues beyond the reasonable control of HeyChef! In other situations there may be other unforeseen consequences that necessitate a modification in costs.
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Unforeseen Costs. 19.1.The client hereby authorizes HOMESTAR in his/her absence to instruct a contractor of his choice and his sole discretion to repair broken glass, lock or burglar bars and/or to position a guard at the premises of the client in order to safeguard the interest of the client, in the case of a verified burglary. The repair- costs will be for the client’s account.
Unforeseen Costs. Owner agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the City harmless against any costs or liabilities arising out of and directly connected with this Agreement.
Unforeseen Costs. In the event of unforeseen circumstances that have a significant financial impact on the operation of the Shelter, the Parties agree to equally share in the costs attributed to the increased costs with the City unless it is an identifiable cost associated with a specific Party, in which case the responsible Party alone will share in financial responsibility with the City. Examples of unforeseen costs may be large animal cruelty seizure cases, natural disasters or breakouts of disease affecting animals.
Unforeseen Costs. In the event the cost of the acquisition, construction, installation and equipping of the Premises is in excess of the amount budgeted therefor by the Lessor and approved by the Lessee as a result of (i) changes in laws applicable to buildings or facilities leased by public agencies after the date of execution of the Lease Agreement, (ii) the remediation or correction of the condition of the Site or other cost associated with soil conditions (such as dewatering or rock excavation) but excluding conditions related to Hazardous Substances which was not reasonably foreseeable by the Lessor or its agents on the date of execution of the Lease Agreement (and which would not have been reasonably foreseeable to a Developer skilled in the construction of projects similar to the Premises), (iii) Force Majeure events as set forth in the Lease Agreement, (iv) delay in the acquisition, construction, installation and equipping of the Premises as a result of actions, suits or other challenges by third parties relating to any finding or determination required under the California Environmental Quality Act by any involved public agency, (v) deductibles required to be paid by the Lessor in connection with any insurance required under Section 20 of the Lease Agreement or any other insurance policies carried, as the case may be, by the Lessor, the Base Building Contractor and/or the Contractor, (vi) the estimated direct costs of any delay in the construction process (including carrying costs) resulting from or in connection with any of the events or occurrences in clauses (i) through (v) above, and (vii) financing by the Lessor of any of the costs incurred in connection with clauses (i) through (vi) above (the “Unforeseen Costs”), the Lessee hereby agrees to pay such Unforeseen Costs in an aggregate amount not to exceed 10% of the original principal amount of the Bonds delivered to finance the construction of the Premises immediately following the submission of an invoice by the Lessor for such Unforeseen Costs. Alternatively, the Lessee, with the reasonable approval of the Lessor, may request that the Lessor cause to be executed and delivered additional Bonds to finance the Unforeseen Costs (subject to the limitation provided in the preceding sentence) but only in accordance with the documents pursuant to which the Bonds were issued and delivered and following the execution of an amendment to the Lease Agreement increasing the Base Rent to an amount at least sufficient to pa...

Related to Unforeseen Costs

  • Operating Costs Tenant shall pay to Landlord the Tenant’s Percentage of Operating Costs (as hereinafter defined) incurred by Landlord in any calendar year. Tenant shall remit to Landlord, on the first day of each calendar month, estimated payments on account of Operating Costs, such monthly amounts to be sufficient to provide Landlord, by the end of the calendar year, a sum equal to the Operating Costs, as reasonably estimated by Landlord from time to time. The initial monthly estimated payments shall be in an amount equal to 1/12th of the Initial Estimate of Tenant’s Percentage of Operating Costs for the Calendar Year. If, at the expiration of the year in respect of which monthly installments of Operating Costs shall have been made as aforesaid, the total of such monthly remittances is greater than the actual Operating Costs for such year, Landlord shall promptly pay to Tenant, or credit against the next accruing payments to be made by Tenant pursuant to this subsection 4.2.3, the difference; if the total of such remittances is less than the Operating Costs for such year, Tenant shall pay the difference to Landlord within twenty (20) days from the date Landlord shall furnish to Tenant an itemized statement of the Operating Costs, prepared, allocated and computed in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Any reimbursement for Operating Costs due and payable by Tenant with respect to periods of less than twelve (12) months shall be equitably prorated.

  • Excess Costs If the sum of the Permitted Costs exceeds the Finish Allowance, then Tenant shall pay all such excess costs ("Excess Costs"), provided, however, Landlord will, prior to the commencement of construction of Tenant's Improvements, advise Tenant of the Excess Costs, if any, and the Contract Sum. Tenant shall have two (2) business days from and after the receipt of such advice within which to approve or disapprove the Contract Sum and Excess Costs. If Tenant fails to approve same by the expiration of the second such business day, then Tenant shall be deemed to have approved the Proposed Contract Sum and Excess Costs. If Tenant disapproves the Contract Sum and Excess Costs within such two (2) business day period, then Tenant shall either reduce the scope of Tenant's Improvements such that there shall be no Excess Costs or, at Tenant's option, Landlord shall obtain two (2) additional bids, provided that if Tenant requests Landlord to obtain two (2) additional bids and Tenant fails to approve the Excess Costs within three (3) business days after Landlord's notification of the Excess Costs taking such additional bids into consideration, Tenant shall be deemed to have approved the Contract Sum and Excess Costs as determined by reference to the lowest submitted bid. Landlord and Tenant must approve (or be deemed to have approved) the Contract Sum for the construction of Tenant's Improvements in writing prior to the commencement of construction.

  • Justifying Costs In accordance with its own usual accounting and management principles and practices, each Party shall be solely responsible for justifying its costs with respect to the Project towards the Funding Authority. Neither the Coordinator nor any of the other Parties shall be in any way liable or responsible for such justification of costs towards the Funding Authority.

  • Training Costs All costs and expenses incurred by the Contractor in training as is required under Article 22 of the Contract.

  • Direct Costs Insert the major cost elements. For each element, consider the application of the paragraph entitled “Costs Requiring Prior Approval” on page 1 of these instructions.

  • Administrative Costs Administrative costs will not be included in the budget neutrality agreement, but the state must separately track and report additional administrative costs that are directly attributable to the demonstration. All administrative costs must be identified on the Forms CMS-64.10 Waiver and/or 64.10P Waiver.

  • TRAVEL COSTS (a) All travel incurred by SELLER in the performance of this Contract is included within the Contract price and shall not be separately reimbursed by LOCKHEED XXXXXX unless such travel is expressly authorized in writing in advance by LOCKHEED XXXXXX’x Procurement Representative.

  • Reimbursable Costs 5.3.1. To be considered eligible for reimbursement, costs have to be: • actually incurred, individually identifiable and verifiable, as backed by copies of supporting evidence, as the case may be in the Contractor’s official bookkeeping; this means that no lump sums will be eligible for reimbursement; • necessary in order to perform the tasks as specified in the Terms of Reference (Annex 2); and • cost effective and providing value for money

  • Sellers’ Costs and Expenses Except as may otherwise be provided in this Agreement, including Section 8.1, or in the Purchase Agreement, all expenses and costs incurred by the Sellers in connection with the performance of their obligations hereunder shall be the responsibility of, paid by and for the account of the Sellers.

  • Expenses All costs and expenses incurred in connection with this Agreement shall be paid by the party incurring such cost or expense.

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