ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS means assessments of Venturers requested by the Joint Venture to fund Subsequent Operations.
ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS means any assessments made in excess of those paid by the member or former member in order to meet the eligibility requirements of IC 27-1-29-11, IC 27-1-29-12, IC 27-1-29.1-9, and IC 27- 1-29.1-22.
ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS. As determined and scheduled by the Board of Directors. Hourly Aircraft Use Fee:

Examples of ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS in a sentence

  • INDEPENDENT REVIEWS AND ASSESSMENTS OF UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE AND JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES .(b) ADDITIONAL DUTIES FOR JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS PANEL.— (1) ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS SPECIFIED.—The independent panel established by the Secretary of Defense under subsection (a)(2) of section 576 of the National DefenseAuthorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013 (Public Law 112–239; 126 Stat.

  • ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS SPECIFIED.—The independent panel established by the Secretary of Defense under subsection (a)(1) of section 576 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013 (Public Law 112–239; 126 Stat.



  • STAGE III: ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS When the results fall below the state criteria for identification but at or above the District score, the student moves to the next stage of the identification process, which is called assessment (second testing).Does Not Qualify The student is not identified if s/he fails to meet the state criteria for identification.


  • Consultations were held with DES Officials, Executive Engineer of Water and Sanitation Department, Thimphu Thromde engineers, and with the in-charge of the WTP.

  • Regardless of the state of the Responding Party, the University will use the perspective of a "sober and reasonable person" in determining whether one should have known about the impact of the use of alcohol; drugs; the deceptive administering of any drug, intoxicant or controlled substance; mental illness, etc.

  • ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS TO DETERMINE IMPACT OF THE DISABILITYAny additional assessments that may include measures of cognitive, adaptive, academic, behavioral- emotional, executive function/self-regulation, or sensory processing necessary to determine the impact of the suspected disability.Additional assessments may be formal or informal, utilized at the discretion of the team.

  • Summary: Recommendations: (Include specifics on what and suggestions on how.)Learning Media Assessment Report Rubric Component Component CRITERIA FOR ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS AND REPORT Assessment Rubric Accommodations and Modifications for Individual Learner Checklist Complete three Formalized AssessmentsComplete formalized assessments (as identified in course syllabus) to supplement or clarify the IEP information to indicate individual child need.


ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS means assessments of Venturers requested by the Joint Venture to fund Subsequent Operations. "ADJUSTED CAPITAL ACCOUNT DEFICIT" means, with respect to any Venturer, the deficit balance, if any, in such Venturer's Capital Account as of the end of the taxable year, after giving effect to the following adjustments: (a) credit to such Capital Account that amount which such Venturer is obligated to restore under section 1.704-1(b)(2)(ii)(c) of the Treasury Regulations, as well as any addition thereto pursuant to the next to last sentence of sections 1.704-2(g)(1) and (i)(5) of the Treasury Regulations, after taking into account there under any changes during such year in partnership minimum gain (as determined in accordance with section 1.704-2(d) of the Treasury Regulations) and in the minimum gain attributable to any Venturer for nonrecourse debt (as determined under section 1.704-2(i)(3) of the Treasury Regulations); and (b) debit to such Capital Account items described in sections 1.704-1(b)(2)(ii)(d)(4), (5) and (6) of the Treasury Regulations. This definition of Adjusted Capital Account Deficit is intended to comply with the provisions of Treasury Regulation sections 1.704-1(b)(2)(ii)(d) and 1.704-2, and will be interpreted consistently with those provisions.
ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS means assessments of Venturers requested by the Joint Venture to fund Subsequent Operations, the payment of which shall be wholly voluntary.
ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS means those assessments levied and received under the Assessment Ordinance above and beyond the initial assessments levied on the 19 original property owners.


  • Initial assessment means an assessment conducted prior to or at admission to determine whether the individual meets the service's admission criteria; what the individual's immediate service, health, and safety needs are; and whether the provider has the capability and staffing to provide the needed services.

  • Special Assessments means any of the following, except as otherwise provided in subsection (6):

  • Environmental Assessment means an assessment of the presence, storage or release of any hazardous or toxic substance, pollutant or contaminant with respect to the collateral securing a Shared-Loss Loan that has been fully or partially charged off.

  • Assessments means Claims of Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada or of any province or territory or municipality or any other Taxing Authority in any Canadian or foreign jurisdiction, including amounts which may arise or have arisen under any notice of assessment, notice of objection, notice of reassessment, notice of appeal, audit, investigation, demand or similar request from any Taxing Authority;

  • Phase I Environmental Assessment A “Phase I assessment” as described in, and meeting the criteria of, the ASTM, plus a radon and asbestos inspection.

  • Additional Assets means (1) any property or other assets used or useful in a Similar Business, (2) the Capital Stock of a Person that becomes a Restricted Subsidiary of the Issuer as a result of the acquisition of such Capital Stock by the Issuer or another Restricted Subsidiary or (3) Capital Stock constituting a minority interest in any Person that at such time is a Restricted Subsidiary of the Issuer; provided, however, that any Restricted Subsidiary described in clause (2) or (3) above is engaged in a Similar Business.

  • Special Assessment means an assessment against real property calculated on a benefit or ad valorem basis for curb and gutter, sidewalk, sewer, water, or street paving; a drain; a connection fee or similar charge for a sewer or water system; or the land contract on a parcel of property acquired under the circumstances set forth in section 3(2). Special assessment does not include charges for current service.

  • Medical assessment means an assessment of a patient’s medical condition secured by our Assistance Company working in conjunction with the Medical Evacuation Provider’s medical director and in collaboration with the attending physician. The Assistance Company in collaboration with the Medical Evacuation Provider, will utilize the assessment to determine at its sole discretion whether a Plan Holder is fit to fly; the most appropriate means to provide medical evacuation; the medical personnel who will be accompanying the patient on the transport; and to confirm the medical facility closest to one’s home can meet their medical needs. If the patient’s medical facility of choice is unable to provide the high level of medical care required by the patient, arrangements will be made to transport the patient to the appropriate medical facility closest to their home, or closest to patient's preferred medical facility in the US when possible.

  • Phase I assessment as described in, and meeting the criteria of, (i) Chapter 5 of the FNMA Multifamily Guide or any successor provisions covering the same subject matter in the case of a Specially Serviced Mortgage Loan as to which the related Mortgaged Property is multifamily property or (ii) the American Society for Testing and Materials in the case of Specially Serviced Mortgage Loan as to which the related Mortgaged Property is not multifamily property.

  • Real Property Taxes shall also include any tax, fee, levy, assessment or charge, or any increase therein, imposed by reason of events occurring during the term of this Lease, including but not limited to, a change in the ownership of the Premises.

  • Environmental Assessment Act means the Environmental Assessment Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.E.18.

  • Assessment Date means the tax assessment effective date for each tax year in question,i.e. December 31 of the immediately preceding calendar year.

  • Property Taxes means real, personal, and intangible ad valorem property Taxes.

  • Assessment area means an area, or, if more than one area is designated, the

  • Assessment roll means a permanent record of the assessment of property as

  • Real Estate Taxes means the ad valorem real estate taxes levied against the Property (and the improvements and fixtures located thereon), betterment assessments, special benefit taxes and special assessments levied or imposed against the Property, taxes levied or assessed on gross rentals payable by Tenant to the extent charged, assessed or imposed upon tenants in general which are based upon the rents payable under this Lease, any impact fees levied or assessed, whether or not billed by the taxing authority as a special benefit tax or a special assessment, all taxes levied or assessed on the Property that are in addition to or in lieu of taxes that are currently so assessed, and penalties and interest related to Real Estate Taxes if the applicable Real Estate Tax bills have been forwarded to Tenant in a timely manner; provided, however, that Real Estate Taxes shall not include any Excluded Taxes. “Excluded Taxes” shall mean, without limitation, Landlord’s income taxes, gift taxes, excess profit taxes, excise taxes, franchise taxes, estate, succession, inheritance and realty transfer taxes resulting from the transfer of any direct or indirect interest in the Property by Landlord unless such taxes replace Real Estate Taxes in the future (except as expressly set forth in the last sentence of this Section 4(a)), and any interest or penalty charges resulting solely from Landlord’s failure to promptly deliver the Real Estate Tax bills to Tenant if the applicable taxing authority has forwarded the tax xxxx to Landlord rather than Tenant. All special benefit taxes and special assessments shall be amortized over the longest time permitted under ordinance and Tenant’s liability for installments of such special benefit taxes and special assessments not yet due shall be paid in full prior to the expiration or termination of this Lease; provided, that the useful life of any such improvements do not extend beyond the expiration of the Term. Tenant shall also pay, directly to the applicable Governmental Authority (as hereinafter defined), any storm water charges, fees and taxes and use and occupancy tax in connection with the Property or any improvements thereon (or in the event Landlord is required by law to collect such tax, Tenant shall pay such use and occupancy tax to Landlord as Rent within thirty (30) days of written demand and Landlord shall remit any amounts so paid to Landlord to the appropriate Governmental Authority in a timely fashion) and deliver evidence of such payment to Tenant within ten (10) days of making such payment or within ten (10) days of receipt of Tenant’s request for such evidence of payment.

  • Impositions means, collectively, all taxes (including, without limitation, all taxes imposed under the laws of any State, as such laws may be amended from time to time, and all ad valorem, sales and use, or similar taxes as the same relate to or are imposed upon Landlord, Tenant or the business conducted upon the Leased Property), assessments (including, without limitation, all assessments for public improvements or benefit, whether or not commenced or completed prior to the date hereof), ground rents (including any minimum rent under any ground lease, and any additional rent or charges thereunder), water, sewer or other rents and charges, excises, tax levies, fees (including, without limitation, license, permit, inspection, authorization and similar fees), and all other governmental charges, in each case whether general or special, ordinary or extraordinary, foreseen or unforeseen, of every character in respect of the Leased Property or the business conducted thereon by Tenant (including all interest and penalties thereon due to any failure in payment by Tenant), which at any time prior to, during or in respect of the Term hereof may be assessed or imposed on or in respect of or be a lien upon (a) Landlord’s interest in the Leased Property, (b) the Leased Property or any part thereof or any rent therefrom or any estate, right, title or interest therein, or (c) any occupancy, operation, use or possession of, or sales from, or activity conducted on, or in connection with the Leased Property or the leasing or use of the Leased Property or any part thereof by Tenant; provided, however, that nothing contained herein shall be construed to require Tenant to pay and the term “Impositions” shall not include (i) any tax based on net income imposed on Landlord, (ii) any net revenue tax of Landlord, (iii) any transfer fee (but excluding any mortgage or similar tax payable in connection with a Facility Mortgage) or other tax imposed with respect to the sale, exchange or other disposition by Landlord of the Leased Property or the proceeds thereof, (iv) any single business, gross receipts tax, transaction privilege, rent or similar taxes as the same relate to or are imposed upon Landlord, (v) any interest or penalties imposed on Landlord as a result of the failure of Landlord to file any return or report timely and in the form prescribed by law or to pay any tax or imposition, except to the extent such failure is a result of a breach by Tenant of its obligations pursuant to Section 3.1.3, (vi) any impositions imposed on Landlord that are a result of Landlord not being considered a “United States person” as defined in Section 7701(a)(30) of the Code, (vii) any impositions that are enacted or adopted by their express terms as a substitute for any tax that would not have been payable by Tenant pursuant to the terms of this Agreement or (viii) any impositions imposed as a result of a breach of covenant or representation by Landlord in any agreement governing Landlord’s conduct or operation or as a result of the negligence or willful misconduct of Landlord.

  • Real Property Tax As used herein, the term "real property tax" shall include any form of real estate tax or assessment, general, special, ordinary or extraordinary, and any license fee, commercial rental tax, improvement bond or bonds, levy or tax (other than inheritance, personal income or estate taxes) imposed on the Premises by any authority having the direct or indirect power to tax, including any city, state or federal government, or any school, agricultural, sanitary, fire, street, drainage or other improvement district thereof, as against any legal or equitable interest of Lessor in the Premises or in the real property of which the Premises are a part, as against Lessor's right to rent or other income therefrom, and as against Lessor's business of leasing the Premises. The term "real property tax" shall also include any tax, fee, levy, assessment or charge (i) in substitution of, partially or totally, any tax, fee, levy, assessment or charge hereinabove included within the definition of "real property tax," or (ii) the nature of which was hereinbefore included within the definition of "real property tax," or (iii) which is imposed for a service or right not charged prior to June 1, 1978, or, if previously charged, has been increased since June 1, 1978, or (iv) which is imposed as a result of a transfer, either partial or total, of Lessor's interest in the Premises or which is added to a tax or charge hereinbefore included within the definition of real property tax by reason of such transfer, or (v) which is imposed by reason of this transaction, any modifications or changes hereto, or any transfers hereof.

  • Incremental property taxes means the taxes as provided in Iowa Code sections 403.19 and 260E.4. “Industry” means a business engaged in interstate or intrastate commerce for the purpose of manufacturing, processing, or assembling products, conducting research and development, or providing services in interstate commerce, but excludes retail, health, or professional services. An industry is a business engaged in activities described as eligible in the Act rather than the generic definition encompassing all businesses in the state doing the same activities. An industry is considered to be a single, corporate entity or operating subdivision. An industry which closes or substantially reduces its operation in one area of the state of Iowa and relocates substantially the same operation in another area of the state is not eligible for a project. This definition does not prohibit a business from expanding its operations in another area of the state provided that existing operations of a similar nature are not

  • Assessment Report : means the assessment report referred to in Articles 32(2) and 33(3) of Regulation (EC) No 834/2007 drawn up by an independent third party fulfilling the requirements of ISO Standard 17011 or by a relevant competent authority, which includes information on document reviews, including the descriptions referred to in Articles 4(3)(b) and 11(3)(b) of this Regulation, on office audits, including critical locations and on risk-oriented witness audits conducted in representative third countries.

  • Property Tax means the general property tax due and paid as set

  • Personal Property Taxes All personal property taxes imposed on the furniture, furnishings or other items of personal property located on, and used in connection with, the operation of the Leased Improvements as a hotel (other than Inventory and other personal property owned by Lessee), together with all replacement, modifications, alterations and additions thereto.

  • Development Charges or “DC” shall mean the amount charged by the Company from the Applicant(s) towards carrying out the developmental works inside or around the Project, including but not limited to the payment of the following:

  • Initial assessed value means the assessed value, as equalized, of all the taxable property within the boundaries of the development area at the time the resolution establishing the tax increment financing plan is approved as shown by the most recent assessment roll of the municipality for which equalization has been completed at the time the resolution is adopted. Property exempt from taxation at the time of the determination of the initial assessed value shall be included as zero. For the purpose of determining initial assessed value, property for which a specific local tax is paid in lieu of a property tax shall not be considered property that is exempt from taxation. The initial assessed value of property for which a specific tax was paid in lieu of a property tax shall be determined as provided in subdivision (w).

  • County Property Taxes means any property tax obligation on the County's secured or unsecured roll; except for tax obligations on the secured roll with respect to property held by a Contractor in a trust or fiduciary capacity or otherwise not beneficially owned by the Contractor.

  • self-assessment ’ means a determination of the amount of tax payable under a tax Act by a taxpayer and—