Base Real Estate Taxes definition

Base Real Estate Taxes shall be as defined in the Preamble.
Base Real Estate Taxes means the total of Real Estate Taxes paid by Landlord during calendar year 2008 (the “Base Tax Year”).
Base Real Estate Taxes set forth in Section 24.3(h) of the Lease shall mean one-half of (x) the R.E. Tax Share of the Real Estate Taxes for the Tax Year beginning on July 1, 2012 and ending on June 30, 2013 plus (y) the R.E. Tax Share of the Real Estate Taxes for the Tax Year beginning on July 1, 2013 and ending on June 30, 2014, (B) “Base Com” set forth in Section 24.3(i) of the Lease shall mean the O.E. Share of the Cost of Operation and Maintenance for the Computation Year beginning on January 1, 2013 and ending on December 31, 2013 and (C) “Tenant’s Area” shall mean 3,239 rentable square feet in the case of the Basement Premises and 685 rentable square feet in the case of the Lobby Premises.

Examples of Base Real Estate Taxes in a sentence

  • An amount equal to Tenant’s Pro Rata Share of that portion of Real Estate Taxes paid by Landlord during each Adjustment Period which exceeds the amount of Base Real Estate Taxes (as all of such terms are defined in § 4.2 below).

  • If Base Real Estate Taxes are reduced as the result of protest, by means of agreement, as the result of legal proceedings, or otherwise, Landlord may adjust Tenant’s obligations for Real Estate Taxes in all years affected by any refund of taxes following the Base Tax Year; and Tenant shall pay Landlord within thirty (30)days after notice any additional amount required by such adjustment for any Adjustment Periods that have theretofore occurred.

  • In no event shall a decrease in Real Estate Taxes, Utilities, or Operating Expenses below the Base Operating Expenses, Base Utilities, or Base Real Estate Taxes ever decrease the monthly Base Rent or give rise to a credit in favor of Tenant.

  • Such proration shall be made by multiplying the total estimated or actual (as the case may be) Real Estate Taxes, Utilities, and Operating Expenses for such calendar year(s), as well as the Base Real Estate Taxes, Base Utilities, and Base Operating Expenses, by a fraction, the numerator of which shall be the number of days of the Term during such calendar year, and the denominator of which shall be three hundred sixty-five (365).

  • If the Real Estate Taxes for the Real Property for any Lease Year or Partial Lease Year during the Lease Term will be greater than the Base Real Estate Taxes (reduced proportionately to correspond to the duration of periods less than a Lease Year), then Tenant will pay to Landlord as Additional Rent, Tenant’s Percentage of all such excess Real Estate Taxes.


More Definitions of Base Real Estate Taxes

Base Real Estate Taxes means the R.E. Tax Share of the Real Estate Taxes for the Tax Year commencing on July 1, 1997 and ending on June 30, 1998, (y) the term "Base COM" shall mean the O.E. Share of the Cost of Operation and Maintenance for the Computation Year commencing on January 1, 1998 and ending on December 31, 1998, and (z) Tenant's Area shall equal 16,046 rentable square feet.
Base Real Estate Taxes shall be the Real Estate Taxes shown on the bills for which the "due date" occurs in the Base Year. "Real Estate Taxes" as used herein shall mean real estate taxes, assessments (general, special, ordinary or extraordinary) sewer rents, rates and charges, taxes based upon the receipt of rent, and any other federal, state or local charge (general, special, ordinary or extraordinary) which may now or hereafter be imposed, levied or assessed against the Project or any part thereof, or on any building or improvements at any time situated thereon. In the event the State of Michigan or any political subdivision thereof having taxing authority shall modify, repeal or abolish the ad valorem tax on real property, or impose a tax or assessment of any kind or nature upon, against, or with respect to the Project or the rents payable by Tenant or on the income derived from the Project, or with respect to Landlord's ownership interest in the Project, which tax is assessed or imposed by way of substitution for or in addition to all or any part of the Real Estate Taxes, then such tax or assessment shall be included within the definitions of "Real Estate Taxes"; provided, however, nothing herein contained shall impose an obligation on Tenant to pay the general income tax or Michigan Single Business Tax liabilities of Landlord, except to the extent such a tax is being used to fund governmental functions presently or previously funded by ad valorem taxes on real property.
Base Real Estate Taxes means the R.E. Tax Share of the Real Estate Taxes for the Tax Year commencing on July 1, 1998 and ending on June 30, 1999.
Base Real Estate Taxes set forth in Section 24.3(h) of the Lease shall mean one-half of (x) the R.E. Tax Share of the Real Estate Taxes for the Tax Year beginning on July 1, 2012 and ending on June 30, 2013 plus (y) the R.E. Tax Share of the Real Estate Taxes for the Tax Year beginning on July 1, 2013 and ending on June 30, 2014, (B) “Base Com” set forth in Section 24.3(i) of the Lease shall mean the O.E. Share of the Cost of Operation and Maintenance for the Computation Year beginning on January 1, 2013 and ending on December 31, 2013, and (C) “Tenant’s Area” shall mean 33,477 rentable square feet.
Base Real Estate Taxes means all Real Estate Taxes incurred or payable by Landlord during the calendar year specified as Tenant’s Base Year for Real Estate Taxes in Item 8 of the Basic Lease Provisions.
Base Real Estate Taxes. Means the lesser of:
Base Real Estate Taxes means the final taxes for the Base Year assessed against the land and building (designated as Lot 004 in Block 6601 on the current tax map of Morristown). If the Building is not fully assessed for the Base Year or in any calendar year during the Term, the same shall be projected as if fully assessed to determine the tax base for that year; fully assessed shall contemplate an occupancy of 95 percent; if the projection so determined varies from the full assessment finally determined by the taxing authorities, the parties shall readjust the taxes for the prior period covered by the projected base.