Abated definition

Abated means waived, settled or determined not to be owed.

Examples of Abated in a sentence

  • To Authorize the Mayor to have Various Weeded Lots Abated per Title 11, Chapter 67 of the Code of Alabama, 1975, as Amended.

  • Donna Zimmerman, County Clerk, will present a listing of Added / Abated / Escaped / Refunded Taxes.

  • If Lessee defaults and does not cure within any applicable grace period, the Abated Rent shall immediately become due and payable in full and this Lease shall be enforced as if there were no such Rent abatement or other Rent concession.

  • Lessee acknowledges that its right to receive credit for the Abated Rent is absolutely conditioned upon Lessee's full, faithful and punctual performance of its obligations under this Lease.

  • In such case, Abated Rent shall be calculated based on the full initial rent payable under this Lease, plus interest thereon at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from date each monthly Rental payment was postponed.

  • Abated charges are for foul and highway drainage (excluding surface water drainage) Highway drainage charges are shown separately from foul only and foul and surface water drainage charges, but apply to standard wholesale charge arrangements as part of the above service charges.

  • For Abated, Composite & Nil rate, please submit the declaration to that effect.

  • COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE: Request for Approval - Added I Abated I Escaped I Refunded Taxes:-Donna Zimmerman, County Clerk, will present a listing of Added I Abated I Escaped I Refunded Taxes.

  • Column (5) Budgeted Abated Ad Valorem Revenue - can be obtained from the "Net Tax less Redevelopment and LEED Abatement" column of the March 25th Proforma Ad Valorem Revenue Report.

  • Prior to demolition and/or during any proposed rehab, any Lead Hazards (that were identified in the Risk Assessment) must be Abated, and this Abatement work must be performed by State-licensed Abatement Contractors.

Related to Abated

  • Abate means to repair, replace, remove, destroy or otherwise remedy a condition which constitutes a civil violation by such means, in such a manner and to such an extent as the applicable department director determines is necessary in the interest of the general health, safety and welfare of the community.

  • Untenantable means that Tenant shall be unable to occupy and shall not be occupying the Premises or the applicable portion thereof for the conduct of business ordinarily conducted in the Premises as a result of the Casualty.

  • Basic Rent means Basic Rent as defined in Paragraph 6.

  • Rent as used in this Section 21 shall be deemed to be and to mean all sums of every nature required to be paid by Tenant pursuant to the terms of this Lease, whether to Landlord or to others. As used in Sections 21(c)(ii)(A) and (B), above, the “worth at the time of award” shall be computed by allowing interest at the Default Rate. As used in Section 21(c)(ii)(C) above, the “worth at the time of award” shall be computed by discounting such amount at the discount rate of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco at the time of award plus 1%.

  • Base Rent As defined in Section 3.1.

  • Additional Rent means any and all amounts, other than Basic Rent, required to be paid by the Tenant under this Lease, whether or not same are designated “Additional Rent” or whether or not the same are payable by Landlord;

  • Monthly Rent means the monthly installment of Minimum Annual Rent plus the monthly installment of estimated Annual Operating Expenses payable by Tenant under this Lease.

  • Subleased Premises means such portions of the Leased Premises being particularly identified on Schedule B, which the parties agree, for the purposes of this Sublease and any square footage calculations pursuant hereto, is approximately 42,244 square feet of office (21,068 square feet on the third floor and 21,176 square feet on the seventh floor) and approximately 9.4312% of common space (building rentable area is 447,917 square feet).

  • Leased Premises means the Leased Premises as defined in Paragraph 1.

  • Lease Term means the term of this Lease which shall commence on the Commencement Date and continue for the period specified in Section J of the Summary.

  • Renewal Rent for the Aircraft means the rent payable therefor in respect of a Renewal Lease Term determined pursuant to Section 17.2.2 of the Lease.

  • Demised Premises or “Premises” (and whether or not capitalized) is used herein, it shall be understood to mean the “premises leased hereby”; and whenever the term “Entire Premises” is used herein (and whether or not capitalized), it shall be understood to mean all of the contiguous land and buildings owned by Landlord at this location, which include the premises leased hereby. The term “Non-leased Premises” shall mean the Entire Premises less the Leased Premises.

  • Fixed Rent shall have the meaning set forth in Section 1.1 hereof.

  • Rentable Area of the Premises The amount of square footage set forth in Section 1.01(10).

  • Abatement means action by an employer to comply with a cited standard or regulation or to eliminate a recognized hazard identified by OSHA during an inspection.

  • Base Rental means the sum of Seven Hundred Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred Sixty-Eight and NO/100 Dollars ($719,268.00), payable by Tenant to Landlord in sixty (60) monthly installments as follows:

  • Gross Rent means the rent for a set-aside unit, including any applicable utility allowances, in compliance with the rent limits applicable to the property for 2020. Gross rent does include optional fees included in the household’s lease, including but not limited to, washer/dryer, cable, parking, etc., as long as they are included in the lease or addendums to the lease. In addition, when a utility that is purchased from or through a local utility company by the Development, who in turn bills residents for actual consumption of the utility will also be eligible when the applicable utility allowance for the Development includes a deduction for the utility and the household’s lease specifies that the resident is responsible for the utility.

  • Additional Rental has the meaning set forth in Section 4.03.

  • Net Rent means all rental Landlord actually receives from any reletting of all or any part of the Premises, less any indebtedness from Tenant to Landlord other than Rent (which indebtedness is paid first to Landlord) and less the Re-entry Costs (which costs are paid second to Landlord).

  • bicycle parking space – occupant means an area that is equipped with a bicycle rack or locker for the purpose of parking and securing bicycles, and:

  • Annual Rent means the amount payable by Tenant to Landlord in respect of each year of the Term under Article 4.01.

  • the Premises means the building or part of the building booked and referred to in the contract

  • Tenant Delays means delays caused by: (i) requirements of the Plans and Specifications requested by Tenant that do not conform to Landlord’s building standards for office and lab build-out, or which contain long lead-time or non-standard items requested by Tenant; provided that Landlord has notified Tenant of such deviations upon execution of this Lease (ii) any material change in the Plans and Specifications requested by Tenant and agreed to by Landlord; (iii) any request by Tenant for a delay in the commencement or completion of the Initial Tenant Improvements for any reason; (iv) Tenant delay in finalizing and approving the design of the vivarium and value engineering of same or (v) any other act or omission of Tenant or its employees, agents or contractors which reasonably inhibits the Landlord from timely completing the Initial Tenant Improvements including, without limitation any delays caused by Tenant’s presence in the Premises prior to the Term Commencement Date. The Premises shall not be deemed to be incomplete if only minor or insubstantial details of construction, decoration or mechanical adjustments remain to be done which do not unreasonably interfere with Tenant’s occupancy of the Premises. If as a result of Tenant Delays the Premises are deemed ready for Tenant’s occupancy, pursuant to the foregoing (and the term shall have commenced by reason thereof), but the Premises are not in fact actually ready for Tenant’s occupancy, Tenant shall not (except with Landlord’s consent not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed) be entitled to take possession of the Premises for the permitted use until the Premises are in fact actually ready for such occupancy.

  • Parking Space The County shall attempt to provide adequate free parking facilities for employees within a reasonable distance of their work locations.

  • Tenant’s Share means the percentage set forth in Section 6 of the Summary.

  • Expansion Space means any space in the Building which, at any time during the Lease Term, is occupied by a Person other than Landlord under a written lease with Landlord, and the term “Tenant’s Expansion Space” means Expansion Space which Tenant has elected to lease as provided in this paragraph. Landlord agrees to notify Tenant promptly after Landlord learns that any Expansion Space is or will become available. Subject to the prior rights of other tenants to whom Landlord has granted substantially similar rights, Tenant has the option to lease any Expansion Space which Landlord notifies Tenant is or will become available. If Tenant gives Landlord notice of its exercise of this option within thirty (30) days after notification from Landlord of the availability of the Expansion Space and if no Event of Default exists when Tenant’s notice is given, this Lease will be deemed to be amended to include Tenant’s Expansion Space as part of the Premises for the remainder of the Lease Term upon all of the same terms contained in this Lease except that (i) the Rentable Area of the Premises will be amended to include Tenant’s Expansion Space; (ii) Tenant’s Share will be increased to include the rentable area of Tenant’s Expansion Space; (iii) the Term Commencement Date with respect to Tenant’s Expansion Space will be the earlier of sixty (60) days after the date on which Tenant’s Expansion Space becomes vacant and ready for occupancy (provided that date is at least sixty (60) days after Tenant exercises its option to lease the Expansion Space), or the date on which the Expansion Space is first occupied by Tenant; (iv) if Tenant’s Expansion Space contains a rentable area of 10,000 square feet or more, and if there are less than three (3) Lease Years remaining in the Lease Term, the Lease Term will be extended to include three (3) full years from the Term Commencement Date with respect to Tenant’s Expansion Space; and (v) subject to adjustment during each Fixed Rental Period as provided in Exhibit E, Basic Rent for each year of the remaining Lease Term (as it may be extended) will be the greater of (a) the Basic Rent last paid by the Person most recently occupying Tenant’s Expansion Space or (b) Market Rent determined as provided in the Rent Rider attached as Exhibit E. If Tenant exercises this option, Tenant’s Expansion Space will be leased to Tenant in its “as is” condition and Tenant will, at its expense and in compliance with the provisions of Section 7.06, design and construct all Improvements desired by Tenant for its use and occupancy. Landlord and Tenant agree to execute such amendments to this Lease and other instruments as either of them considers necessary or desirable to reflect Tenant’s exercise of this option.