Equitable Manner definition

Equitable Manner means that Seller shall be allocated such items based on a fraction, the numerator of which is the number of days in the applicable taxable or fiscal period prior to the Closing Date and the denominator of which is the total number of days in such taxable period, and Buyer shall be allocated the remainder.
Equitable Manner means services received are in proportion to the allocated cost.
Equitable Manner means that Contributor shall be allocated such items based on a fraction, the numerator of which is the number of days in the applicable taxable or fiscal period prior to the Closing Date and the denominator of which is the total number of days in such taxable period, and the Company shall be allocated the remainder. In the case of Prorated Amounts paid by Contributor prior to Closing, any amounts due to Contributor from the Company shall be paid at Closing; thereafter, in the event that either the Company or Contributor shall make any payment for which it is entitled to reimbursement under this Section 7.12, the other Party shall make such reimbursement promptly, but in no event later than ten days, after the presentation of a statement setting forth the amount of reimbursement to which the presenting Party is entitled along with such supporting documentation as is reasonably necessary to calculate the amount of such reimbursement.

Examples of Equitable Manner in a sentence

  • Ensure Districts Distribute State Aid in a More Equitable Manner 240Proposal.

  • The following items relating to the Acquired Assets will be apportioned at the Closing in an Equitable Manner as of the close of business of the Closing Date so that the income and expense items with respect to the period up to and including the Closing Date will be for the applicable member of the Seller Group’s account and the income and expense items with respect to the period after the Closing Date will be for Buyer’s account.

  • Principle 4 (Social Justice): Occupational Therapy Personell Shall Provide Services in a Fair and Equitable Manner Justice relates to the fair and proper treatment of persons (Kantartzis, 2010).

  • Addressing Regulatory Barriers to Providing Emergency and Transitional Shelter in a Rapid and Equitable Manner after Natural Disasters, Background report for the 31st International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

  • Reasonable and Equitable Manner .................................................

  • Approved | July 25, 2016 Resolution to Modify the “Individual Assistance” Criteria Used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to Ensure that Rural Residents are Treated in a Fair and Equitable Manner Issue: Current FEMA criteria requiring “concentration of damage” for access to Individual Assistance Programs and its impact on rural residents.

  • Require Districts Distribute State Aid in A More Equitable Manner to Their Neediest Schools 74Proposal.

  • Évaluations ERO ( ERO Evaluations) Executive Summary The Primary Education NGO Project (PENGOP) operates within the framework of USAID/Benin's Strategic Objective for Education: More Children Receive in an Equitable Manner a Basic Education of Quality.

  • Costs Shared in an Equitable Manner: All ICASS costs are distributed and shared by participating agencies based on head counts (capitation), workload counts (static or cumulative) or space occupied (see 6 FAH-5 H-331).


More Definitions of Equitable Manner

Equitable Manner has the meaning set forth in Section 2.10. ----------------

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