Related to Annual Allowable Payment
Annual Payment means a payment of monetary compensation made by the state court administrator or his or her designee to an exonerated person pursuant to this section. An annual payment shall be in the amount of one hundred thousand dollars, which amount shall be adjusted annually by the state auditor to account for inflation; except that:
Allowable Expense means a necessary, reasonable and customary item of expense for health care; when the item of expense is covered at least in part by one or more policies covering the person for whom the claim is made. When a policy provides benefits in the form of services, the reasonable cash value of each service rendered will be considered both an Allowable Expense and a benefit paid.
Maximum allowable cost means the maximum amount that a pharmacy benefit manager will reimburse a pharmacy for the cost of a drug.
Allowable Amount means the maximum amount determined by Us to be eligible for consideration of payment for a particular service, supply or procedure.
Maximum Contribution Amount shall equal the excess of (i) the aggregate proceeds received by such Holder pursuant to the sale of such Registrable Notes or Exchange Notes over (ii) the aggregate amount of damages that such Holder has otherwise been required to pay by reason of such untrue or alleged untrue statement or omission or alleged omission. No person guilty of fraudulent misrepresentation (within the meaning of Section 11(f) of the Securities Act) shall be entitled to contribution from any Person who was not guilty of such fraudulent misrepresentation. The Holders’ obligations to contribute pursuant to this Section 8(d) are several in proportion to the respective principal amount of the Registrable Securities held by each Holder hereunder and not joint. The Company’s and Guarantors’ obligations to contribute pursuant to this Section 8(d) are joint and several. The indemnity and contribution agreements contained in this Section 8 are in addition to any liability that the Indemnifying Parties may have to the Indemnified Parties.
Excess Contribution means the excess of (i) the amount contributed for the tax year (other than a rollover contribution) over (ii) the amount allowable as a contribution. (c) Contributions shall be in accordance with this Agreement, but the Custodian will have no obligation to verify the allowability or amount of contributions and may rely solely on your representations with respect thereto.
Contribution Percentage Amounts means the sum of the Participant Contributions, Employer Matching Contributions, and Qualified Matching Contributions (to the extent not taken into account for purposes of the ADP test) made under the Plan on behalf of the Participant for the Plan Year. Such Contribution Percentage Amounts shall include Forfeitures of Excess Aggregate Contributions or Employer Matching Contributions allocated to the Participant's Account, taken into account in the year in which the allocation is made. If the Employer has elected in the Plan Agreement to make Qualified Nonelective Contributions, such amount of Qualified Nonelective Contributions, if any, as shall be necessary to enable the Plan to satisfy the ACP test and not used to satisfy the ADP test shall be included in the Contribution Percentage Amounts. Elective Deferrals shall also be included in the Contribution Percentage Amounts to the extent, if any, needed to enable the Plan to satisfy the ACP test, so long as the ADP test is met before the Elective Deferrals are used in the ACP test, and continues to be met following the exclusion of those Elective Deferrals that are used to meet the ACP test.
Allowable Expenses means the Usual and Customary charge for any Medically Necessary, Reasonable, eligible item of expense, at least a portion of which is covered under a plan. When some Other Plan pays first in accordance with Section 10.06A herein, this Plan’s Allowable Expenses shall consist of the Plan Participant's responsibility, if any, after the Other Plan has paid but shall in no event exceed the Other Plan’s Allowable Expenses. When some Other Plan provides benefits in the form of services rather than cash payments, the reasonable cash value of each service rendered, in the amount that would be payable in accordance with the terms of the Plan, shall be deemed to be the benefit. Benefits payable under any Other Plan include the benefits that would have been payable had claim been duly made therefore.
Special Allowance Payments means payments, designated as such, consisting of effective 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.
Annual Company Contribution Amount means, for any one Plan Year, the amount determined in accordance with Section 3.5.
Expense Reimbursement Amount means an aggregate amount equal to the reasonable and documented out-of-pocket costs, fees, and expenses of Buyer for which Buyer has provided Seller reasonable supporting documentation (including legal, accounting, and other consulting fees and expenses, other than any success or similar fees payable to any financial advisors, consultants or other Persons) incurred in connection with the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, including, without limitation, (a) the negotiation and execution of this Agreement and (b) carrying out its obligations under this Agreement prior to the Closing; provided, however, that such Expense Reimbursement Amount shall not exceed $500,000.
Cash Contribution Amount means the aggregate amount of cash contributions made to the capital of the Issuer or any Guarantor described in the definition of “Contribution Indebtedness.”
Excess Contributions means, with respect to any Plan Year, the excess of:
Preferred Allowance means the amount a Preferred Provider will accept as payment in full for Covered Medical Expenses.
Allowable Costs means the costs defined as allowable in 42 CFR, Chapter IV, Part 413, as amended to October 1, 2007, except for the purposes of calculating direct medical education costs, where only the reported costs of the interns and residents are allowed. Further, costs are allowable only to the extent that they relate to patient care; are reasonable, ordinary, and necessary; and are not in excess of what a prudent and cost-conscious buyer would pay for the given service or item.
Contribution Percentage means the percentage obtained by dividing (x) the Adjusted Net Worth (as defined below) of such Subsidiary Guarantor by (y) the aggregate Adjusted Net Worth of all Subsidiary Guarantors; (ii) the “Adjusted Net Worth” of each Subsidiary Guarantor shall mean the greater of (x) the Net Worth (as defined below) of such Subsidiary Guarantor and (y) zero; and (iii) the “Net Worth” of each Subsidiary Guarantor shall mean the amount by which the fair saleable value of such Subsidiary Guarantor’s assets on the date of any Relevant Payment exceeds its existing debts and other liabilities (including, without limitation, contingent liabilities, but without giving effect to any Guaranteed Obligations arising under this Subsidiary Guarantee or any guaranteed obligations arising under any guaranty of the Notes) on such date. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained above, any Subsidiary Guarantor that is released from this Subsidiary Guarantee pursuant to Section 20 hereof shall thereafter have no contribution obligations, or rights, pursuant to this Section 21. All parties hereto recognize and agree that, except for any right of contribution arising pursuant to this Section 21, each Subsidiary Guarantor who makes any payment in respect of the Guaranteed Obligations shall have no right of contribution or subrogation against any other Subsidiary Guarantor in respect of such payment until all of the Guaranteed Obligations have been irrevocably paid in full in cash. Each of the Subsidiary Guarantors recognizes and acknowledges that the rights to contribution arising hereunder shall constitute an asset in favor of the party entitled to such contribution. In this connection, each Subsidiary Guarantor has the right to waive its contribution right against any Subsidiary Guarantor to the extent that after giving effect to such waiver such Subsidiary Guarantor would remain solvent, in the determination of the Required Holders.
Incentive Payment means the payment to a STGU, including an AOBC Generation Unit, for RPS class I Renewable Generation Attributes and/or Environmental Attributes produced by these units, calculated pursuant to Section 7.0 below.
VRR Allocation Percentage A fraction, expressed as a percentage, equal to the VRR Percentage divided by the Non-VRR Percentage.
Contribution Amount shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.
Minimum Disbursement Amount means Twenty-Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($25,000).
Maximum Benefit Amount means the maximum amount payable for coverage provided to You as shown in the Schedule of Benefits.
Trust Reimbursement Amount As defined in Section 3.06A(a) of this Agreement.
Contribution Period means the period for which Matching Employer and Nonelective Employer Contributions are made and calculated. The Contribution Period for Matching Employer Contributions described in Subsection 1.11 of the Adoption Agreement is the period specified by the Employer in Subsection 1.11(d) of the Adoption Agreement.
Reimbursement Payment means the payment made to a Participating Operator for the Total Reimbursement due in respect of all Included Services he provides;
Actual Contribution Percentage for a Plan Year means, with respect to the Highly Compensated Participant group and Non-Highly Compensated Participant group, the average of the ratios (calculated separately for each Participant in each group) of:
Allowable Cost means a cost that complies with all legal requirements that apply to a particular federal education program, including statutes, regulations, guidance, applications, and approved grant awards.