Full Replacement Cost means the cost of replacing the Station to the standard set out in Condition E2.2.2 and shall include any Value Added Tax and other taxes payable, reasonable provision for costs escalation between the commencement or renewal date of insurance cover and the date of replacement, professional and statutory fees, demolition, site clearance and shoring up;
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The party desiring to have the Full Replacement Cost so redetermined shall forthwith, on receipt of such determination by such Impartial Appraiser, give written notice thereof to the other party hereto.
The party desiring to have the Full Replacement Cost so redetermined shall forthwith, on receipt of such determination by the impartial appraiser, give written notice thereof to the other party hereto.
If the Land or any part thereof is identified by the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and/or the Federal Emergency Management Agency as being situated in an area now or subsequently designated as having special flood hazards (including those areas designated as Zone A or Zone V), flood insurance in an amount equal to the lesser of (1) one hundred percent (100%) of the Full Replacement Cost of the Improvements, or (2) the maximum amount of available flood insurance.
The term "Full Replacement Cost" as used herein shall mean the actual replacement cost of the Facility from time to time, including increased cost of construction endorsement, less exclusions provided in the normal fire insurance policy.
The Then Full Replacement Cost shall be determined from time to time (but not more frequently than once in any twelve (12) calendar months) by an appraiser, architect or other person or firm designated by Landlord.