Bill Payment is the online service that enables the scheduling of bill payments using a personal computer;
Payments has the meaning set forth in Section 8.11.
Additional Payments means additional amounts required to be paid to a holder of any Note pursuant to Section 13 by reason of a Change in Tax Law; and a “Change in Tax Law” means (individually or collectively with one or more prior changes) (i) an amendment to, or change in, any law, treaty, rule or regulation of Canada after the date of the Closing, or an amendment to, or change in, an official interpretation or application of such law, treaty, rule or regulation after the date of the Closing, which amendment or change is in force and continuing and meets the opinion and certification requirements described below or (ii) in the case of any other jurisdiction that becomes a Taxing Jurisdiction after the date of the Closing, an amendment to, or change in, any law, treaty, rule or regulation of such jurisdiction, or an amendment to, or change in, an official interpretation or application of such law, treaty, rule or regulation, in any case after such jurisdiction shall have become a Taxing Jurisdiction, which amendment or change is in force and continuing and meets such opinion and certification requirements. No such amendment or change shall constitute a Change in Tax Law unless the same would in the opinion of the Company (which shall be evidenced by an Officer’s Certificate of the Company and supported by a written opinion of counsel having recognized expertise in the field of taxation in the Taxing Jurisdiction, both of which shall be delivered to all holders of the Notes prior to or concurrently with the Tax Prepayment Notice in respect of such Change in Tax Law) affect the deduction or require the withholding of any Tax imposed by such Taxing Jurisdiction on any payment payable on the Notes.
Service payments means payments to the private entity of a qualifying project pursuant to a service contract.
Shortfall Payment has the meaning set forth in Section 7(b).
Full Payment with respect to any Obligations, (a) the full cash payment thereof, including any interest, fees and other charges accruing during an Insolvency Proceeding (whether or not allowed in the proceeding); and (b) if such Obligations are LC Obligations or inchoate or contingent in nature, Cash Collateralization thereof (or delivery of a standby letter of credit acceptable to Agent in its reasonable discretion, in the amount of required Cash Collateral). No Loans shall be deemed to have been paid in full until all Commitments related to such Loans have expired or been terminated. GAAP: generally accepted accounting principles in effect in the United States from time to time. GBP: means the lawful currency of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
FILOT Payments means the amount paid or to be paid in lieu of ad valorem property taxes as provided herein.
Aggregate Payments means, with respect to a Contributing Guarantor as of any date of determination, an amount equal to (1) the aggregate amount of all payments and distributions made on or before such date by such Contributing Guarantor in respect of this Guaranty (including in respect of this Section 7.2), minus (2) the aggregate amount of all payments received on or before such date by such Contributing Guarantor from the other Contributing Guarantors as contributions under this Section 7.2. The amounts payable as contributions hereunder shall be determined as of the date on which the related payment or distribution is made by the applicable Funding Guarantor. The allocation among Contributing Guarantors of their obligations as set forth in this Section 7.2 shall not be construed in any way to limit the liability of any Contributing Guarantor hereunder. Each Guarantor is a third party beneficiary to the contribution agreement set forth in this Section 7.2.
Production Payments means, collectively, Dollar-Denominated Production Payments and Volumetric Production Payments.
Rental Payments means the rental payments paid by the occupant of a unit, excluding any supplemental rental assistance to the occupant from the State, the federal government, or any other public agency, but including any mandatory fees or charges imposed on the occupant by the Owner as a condition of occupancy of the unit.
Minimum Payments $50 (with respect to all funds in the aggregate.) No payment pursuant to this Schedule is payable to a dealer, bank or other service provider for the first year with respect to sales of $1 million or more, at no load, in cases where A I M Distributors, Inc. has advanced the service fee to the dealer, bank or other service provider.
recurring payments “reference transactions” "preauthorized transfers" or "preapproved payment." You can cancel your billing agreement at any time in your account interface or by contacting us. Where a payment under that billing agreement is scheduled to be made before the end of the next Business Day after you tell us to cancel it, we may cancel your billing agreement after that payment has been made. If you cancel a billing agreement, you may still owe the recipient money for goods or services that you have received but have not paid for. If we determine currency conversion is necessary for a billing agreement payment, and we perform the conversion, we will use the transaction exchange rate in effect at the time the payment is processed. The transaction exchange rate for each payment transaction may vary. Refunds to your account How refunds can happen We may allow the recipient of your payment to: • Refuse to accept it. • Decide to accept it and then use our service to send you a refund of all or any part of the amount of the payment later. We will return the amount of any refused payment or refunded payment to your Balance. We will return the amount of an unclaimed payment to your balance within 30 days after the date you initiated the payment. If any amount of any payment is returned to you in any of the ways outlined above, we may convert the returned amount for you into either: • The currency of the balance you used for the original payment (before any conversion into the currency received by the recipient happened). • The opening currency of your account. • US dollars (opening a balance in that currency for you, if you don’t have one already). If the original payment you sent involved a currency conversion we will convert the returned amount from the currency received by the recipient as follows: • If the amount is returned within one day of the date of the original payment we will use our transaction exchange rate applicable on the date of the original payment, so that you receive the original amount in the original currency you converted for the original payment. • If the amount is returned after one day of the date of the original payment we will use and you agree to accept our transaction exchange rate applicable at the time of the conversion of the returned amount. The transaction exchange rate may be applied immediately and without notice to you. We may also automatically withdraw the returned amount from your Balance and transfer the funds back to the funding source you used for the original payment. Withdrawals can also involve a currency conversion – see the section on Withdrawing money above. Risks when receiving refunds The returned amount could be lower in value than your original payment amount. This can happen as a result of: • The recipient sending you a refund lower in value than your original payment amount. As we are only a payment service provider, we cannot know what you are entitled to from the original payment recipient as a refund or why the recipient sent the refund in a particular amount. • Transaction exchange rate fluctuations. PayPal is not responsible for any loss resulting from the recipient's decision to refuse or refund your payment, except to the extent that a refund sent by the recipient is a payment executed incorrectly by PayPal We are not liable to you for the difference between the value of your original payment and the value of the resulting refund, except to the extent that the refund is an incorrect payment (see the section on Resolving Problems).
Overpayments as used in this Section include payments (i) made by the System Agency that exceed the maximum allowable rates; (ii) that are not allowed under applicable laws, rules, or regulations; or (iii) that are otherwise inconsistent with this Contract, including any unapproved expenditures. Xxxxxxx understands and agrees that it will be liable to the System Agency for any costs disallowed pursuant to financial and compliance audit(s) of funds received under this Contract. Xxxxxxx further understands and agrees that reimbursement of such disallowed costs shall be paid by Grantee from funds which were not provided or otherwise made available to Grantee under this Contract.
Undisputed as used herein shall mean any amount that the Subscribing Reinsurer has not contested in writing to the Company specifying the reason(s) why the payments are disputed.
Earnout Payments means payments made by the Lead Borrower and/or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries under a contractual arrangement entered into with a seller in connection with the Acquisition or a Permitted Acquisition as part of the consideration given to such seller for such Acquisition or Permitted Acquisition where the amounts of such payments are based upon, and are dependent upon, the business acquired pursuant to such Acquisition or Permitted Acquisition achieving meaningful revenue, earnings or other performance target levels agreed upon in good faith by the Lead Borrower and such seller.
Event Payments has the meaning set forth in Section 6.1(d).
Contract Fee means the price, fee, rent, or royalty payable in a contract under this chapter or
Exception Payments means payments to deposit accounts or brokerage accounts, payments to settle securities transactions (including, without limitation, stocks, bonds, securities, futures (forex), options, or an investment interest in any entity or property).
Final Payment is a payment (in addition to and not a substitution for the regular monthly payments of principal plus accrued interest) due on the earliest to occur of (a) the Maturity Date, or (b) the acceleration of any Term Loan, or (c) the prepayment of a Term Loan pursuant to Section 2.2(c) or (d), equal to the original principal amount of such Term Loan multiplied by the Final Payment Percentage, payable to Lenders in accordance with their respective Pro Rata Shares.
Progress Payments County shall make periodic progress payments consist with the Contract Price on the basis of Contractor's Applications for Payments, as provided in paragraph
Upfront Payment has the meaning set forth in Section 8.1.
PAGA Payment means a total payment of $250,000 to settle all claims under
Advance Payments in respect of a TRA Party for a Taxable Year means the payments made by the Corporate Taxpayer to such TRA Party as an advance of such TRA Party’s anticipated Tax Benefit Payment for such Taxable Year. Notwithstanding the foregoing, for each Taxable Year ending on or after the date of a Change of Control, all Tax Benefit Payments shall be calculated by utilizing Valuation Assumptions (1) and (3), substituting in each case the terms “the date of a Change of Control” for an “Early Termination Date.” Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, after any lump-sum payment under Article IV of this Agreement or any of the Other Tax Receivable Agreements in respect of present or future Tax attributes subject to the Tax Receivable Agreements, the Tax Benefit Payment, Net Tax Benefit and components thereof shall be calculated without taking into account any such attributes with respect to which such a lump sum payment has been made or any such lump-sum payment.
Interest Subsidy Payments means payments, designated as such, consisting of interest subsidies by the Department in respect of the Trust Student Loans to the Eligible Lender Trustee on behalf of the Trust in accordance with the Higher Education Act.
Earn-Out Payments has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(a).
Total Payments means those payments so described in Section 6.2 hereof.