Due Diligence Fee definition

Due Diligence Fee means $25,000, which fee has been paid to Agent prior to the Closing Date, and shall be deemed fully earned on such date regardless of the early termination of this Agreement.
Due Diligence Fee means Fifty Five Thousand Dollars ($55,000), which fee is due to Lender on or prior to the Closing Date, and shall be deemed fully earned on such date regardless of the early termination of this Agreement.
Due Diligence Fee means a payment of an annual fee equal to $800 due upon the date of this Agreement and $500 due upon each anniversary thereof so long as any Advance is outstanding or available hereunder.

Examples of Due Diligence Fee in a sentence

  • The Due Diligence Fee will be payable out of funds held pursuant to the Escrow Agreement.

  • Borrower shall pay the Due Diligence Fee to Lender promptly upon the execution of this Agreement and annually thereafter.

  • Buyer and Seller each expressly waive any right that they may have to deny the right to conduct Due Diligence or to assert any defense as to the enforceability of this Contract based on the absence or alleged insufficiency of any Due Diligence Fee, it being the intent of the parties to create a legally binding contract for the purchase and sale of the Property without regard to the existence or amount of any Due Diligence Fee.

  • The payment of the Earnest Money Deposit to Seller and the retention of any Due Diligence Fee by Seller (without regard to their respective amounts, including zero) together shall serve as liquidated damages (“Liquidated Damages”) and as Seller’s sole and exclusive remedy for such breach, but without limiting Seller’s rights under Paragraphs 4(d) and 4(e) for damage to the Property.

  • If legal proceedings are brought by Buyer against Seller to recover the Earnest Money Deposit, the Due Diligence Fee and/or the reasonable costs actually incurred by Buyer in connection with Buyer’s Due Diligence, the prevailing party in the proceeding shall be entitled to recover from the non-prevailing party reasonable attorney fees and court costs incurred in connection with the proceeding.


More Definitions of Due Diligence Fee

Due Diligence Fee shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8(b) and on Schedule 8(b) of the Subscription Agreement;
Due Diligence Fee means Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00), which fee has been paid to Lender prior to the Closing Date.
Due Diligence Fee means $25,000, which fee is due to Lender on or prior to the Closing Date, and shall be deemed fully earned on such date regardless of the early termination of this Agreement.
Due Diligence Fee shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8(a) of the Subscription Agreement;
Due Diligence Fee means a payment of an annual fee equal to $600 due upon the Closing Date and $600 due upon each anniversary thereof so long as any Advance is outstanding or available hereunder.
Due Diligence Fee means an annual fee in the amount of $600.
Due Diligence Fee means $50,000, which fee is due to and has been paid to Lender on or prior to the Closing Date, which fee shall be used to pay the Lender’s non-legal transaction costs and due diligence expenses, and shall be deemed fully earned on such date regardless of the early termination of this Agreement.