Definition of Base Tax Year

Base Tax Year means the calendar year 2010 (i.e., the average of the Real Estate Taxes as finally determined for the tax fiscal years July 1, 2009 June 30, 2010 and July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011);
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Examples of Base Tax Year in a sentence

It is the intention of Landlord and Tenant that the Monthly Rent paid to Landlord throughout the term of this Lease shall be absolutely net of all increases, respectively, in Tax Expenses and Operating Expenses over, respectively, Tax Expenses for the Base Tax Year and Operating Expenses for the Base Year, and the foregoing provisions of this Paragraph 7 are intended to so provide.
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 Tenants 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.
Should the Real Estate Taxes payable during the Base Tax Year be increased by such final determination of legal proceedings, settlement or otherwise, then appropriate recomputation and adjustment also shall be made and the amount due by the Landlord to the Tenant shall be paid within ten (10) days after the recomputation.
Tenant shall pay to Landlord as Additional Rent under this Lease, at the times hereinafter set forth, Tenants Share, as specified in Paragraph 2.e. above, of any increase in Tax Expenses (as defined below) incurred by Landlord in each calendar year subsequent to the Base Tax Year specified in Paragraph 2.f. above, over Tax Expenses incurred by Landlord during the Base Tax Year.
Tenant shall pay Landlord Tenant's Share of Taxes and Expenses in excess of the amounts of Taxes and Expenses respectively for the Base Tax Year and Base Expense Year in the manner described below.