Development Agreements definition

Development Agreements means all development, utility or similar agreements included in the Permitted Encumbrances.
Development Agreements means all development agreements for Branded Restaurants pursuant to which a Franchisee, developer or other Person obtains the rights to develop (in order to operate as a Franchisee) one or more Branded Restaurants within a designated geographical area.
Development Agreements means direct or indirect Investments made (a) by way of placement fees paid for rights to place gaming units at gaming facilities or (b) in the development, construction, remodel or expansion of gaming facilities, in either case including, but not limited to, Native American tribal gaming facilities, which Investments may consist of notes receivable or credit extensions made to existing or prospective customers by a Loan Party or Loan Parties, in the case of joint development agreements.

Examples of Development Agreements in a sentence

  • Development Agreements allow the city to enter into a contract with a developer upon rezoning.

  • In instances where DOE Contracting Officer approval for substantive changes cannot be obtained, Work for Others (WFOs) and Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs) may be more appropriate due to the increased flexibility such agreements afford.

  • The list must include all projects requiring a portion of the principal investigator's and other senior personnel's time, even if they receive no salary support from the project(s) including Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs) or other technology transfer agreements with federal labs.

  • The Board of County Commissioners delegated the authority to execute various types of Standard Development Agreements to the Department Director including potable water and wastewater agreements (R93-1619); reclaimed water agreements (R96-0228); and additional conditions for potable water, wastewater, and reclaimed water agreements (R2003-0539).

  • In order to ensure the full use of the results of research and development efforts of, and the capabilities of, the Laboratory, technology transfer, including Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs), is established as a mission of the Laboratory consistent with the policy, principles and purposes of Sections 11(a)(1) and 12(g) of the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980, as amended (15 U.S.C. 3710a); Section 3132(b) of Pub.


More Definitions of Development Agreements

Development Agreements means direct or indirect Investments made (a) by way of placement fees paid for rights to place gaming units at gaming facilities or (b) in the development, construction, remodel or expansion of gaming facilities, in either case including, but not limited to. Native American tribal gaming facilities, which Investments may consist of notes receivable or credit extensions made to existing or prospective customers by a Loan Party or Loan Parties, in the case of joint development agreements.
Development Agreements means the agreements described on Attachment 1.11.
Development Agreements means collectively, that certain Restrictive Covenant Running with the Land by and between Xxxxx County, Nevada and Sheraton Desert Inn Corporation, dated as of December 9, 1999, that certain Dedication Agreement by and between Xxxxx County, Nevada and Hotel A LLC, a Nevada limited liability company, dated as of May 21, 2002 and any other agreements relating to the construction of the Project entered into between the Company and a Governmental Authority.
Development Agreements. As set forth in the preamble.
Development Agreements has the meaning set forth in Section 3.01(gg).
Development Agreements means those certain agreements entered into by the Partnership and Benchmark Homes, Inc. pursuant to which Benchmark Homes, Inc. will construct the Properties for and on behalf of the Partnership. "Development General Partner" means Benchmark Equities, Inc., or any Person who is designated as a Development General Partner in the Schedule at the time of reference thereto. "Entity" means any general partnership, limited partnership, corporation, joint venture, trust, estate, business trust, cooperative, association or other legal form of organization.