Administrative items definition

Administrative items means the administrative matters required to be carried out by or on behalf of the local government in order to prepare and (with respect to standard infrastructure items) implement the development contribution plan, including legal, accounting, planning engineering, and other professional advice.
Administrative items means the administrative matters required to be carried out by or on behalf of the local government in order to prepare and (with respect to
Administrative items means the administrative matters required to be carried out by or on behalf of the local government in order to prepare and (with respect to standard infrastructure items) implement the development contribution plan including legal, accounting, planning, engineering and other professional advice. “Cost apportionment schedule” means a schedule prepared and distributed in accordance with clause 6.3.10. “Cost contribution” means the contribution to the cost of infrastructure and administrative costs. “Development Contribution area” means shown on the scheme map as DCA with a number and included in Schedule 10. “Development Contribution Plan Report” means a report prepared and distributed in accordance with clause 6.3.10.

Examples of Administrative items in a sentence

Administrative items such as fax transmissions, long distance phone calls, mailing services, courier services, and materials required in the preparation of presentations, cost of reports, submittals and other expenses deemed typical in the conduct of business.

Administrative items such as voice, data and video services, mailing services, printing services, courier services, and materials required in the preparation of presentations, cost of reports, submittals and other expenses deemed typical in the conduct of business.

Administrative items (e.g. wording on subdivision plats) covering technical contents of the Ordinance are being relocated to the Design and Construction Standard Manual, where these majority of these standards are currently located.

Administrative items are not granted relief in the MEL unless the release conditions or limitations are contained in another approved document.

Administrative items such as voice, data and video services, mailing services, printing services, courier services, and materials required in the preparation of presentations, cost of reports, submittals, and other expenses deemed typical in the conduct of business.