Development Budget means the cost categories listed on Pages 8 - 11 in Form 3 that are directly related to the proposed Project as submitted in the Application. Indirect or off-site costs not directly related to the development of the project are not valid or eligible costs.
Development Budget means the budget (comprised of the Management Budget Component and the Clinical Budget Component) for the implementation of the Development Plan (the initial form of which was agreed upon by Dynavax and Symphony Dynamo as of the Closing Date and attached to the Amended and Restated Research and Development Agreement as Annex D thereto), as may be further developed and revised from time to time in accordance with the Development Committee Charter and the Amended and Restated Research and Development Agreement.
Examples of Development Budget in a sentence
The October 2002 draft of the National Development Budget identified “a need to put in place [an] effective institutional mechanism .
More Definitions of Development Budget
Development Budget means the agreed upon cost of developing the Apartment Housing and Improvements, including all construction costs based on the Construction Contract, the Plans and Specifications, land and soft costs (which includes, but is not limited to, financing charges, market study, Development Fee, architect fees, etc.) The final Development Budget is referenced in the Development, Construction and Operating Budget Agreement entered into by and between the Partners on even date herewith, and incorporated herein by this reference.
Development Budget has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1(a).
Development Budget means the budget for the implementation and completion of the acquisition, construction, renovation, installation and equipping of the Project Facilities, initially as attached to the Loan Agreement as Schedule 4, together with any modifications or amendments thereto made in accordance with the Loan Agreement and with the prior written consent of the Majority Owner Representative.