Lump Sum Payment definition

Lump Sum Payment means, collectively, the lump-sum payments that may be payable to Executive pursuant to the first sentence of Subsection 6(b)(iii) and pursuant to Subsection 6(c)(ii)(B).
Lump Sum Payment means a one-time payment, consistent with other one-time payments sometimes referred to as signing bonuses. “Lump sum payment” explicitly does not include the continuation or renewal of lump sum payments currently provided in existing comparator agreements between employers and unions listed in Clause 1.1 of this
Lump Sum Payment means a single sum distribution of the entire value of a Participant’s Account.

Examples of Lump Sum Payment in a sentence

  • Lump Sum Payment Basis - Invoice by deliverable, according to the table of deliverables.

  • Lump Sum Payment Basis - Invoice by deliverable, according to the XXX.

  • If a Person receives Current Monthly Income in a Lump Sum, the Lump Sum Payment provision will apply.

  • State Contracts Only) That the method of payment designated on page one will be as follows:Method A - Lump Sum Payment.

  • In order to facilitate planning for the Company System, no increase in Net Energy Potential (and hence in the monthly Lump Sum Payment) shall be permitted under this Agreement as a consequence of any Subsequent OEPR that is prepared for an OEPR Period of Record ending on or after the expiration of the Second Benchmark Period.


More Definitions of Lump Sum Payment

Lump Sum Payment shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.31 hereof.
Lump Sum Payment. The payment to be made by Company to Seller in exchange for Seller making the Net Energy Potential of the Facility available for dispatch by Company. When necessary to account for the availability of some but not all inverters, the amount of the monthly Lump Sum Payment is to be allocated pro rata to each inverter and shall be calculated and adjusted as provided in Section 3 (Calculation of Lump Sum Payment) of Attachment J (Company Payments for Energy, Dispatchability and Availability of XXXX) to this Agreement.
Lump Sum Payment means a single payment that is not anticipated to continue.
Lump Sum Payment. The payment to be made by Company to Seller in exchange for Seller making the Net Energy Potential of the Facility available for dispatch by Company. When necessary to account for the availability of some but not all WTGs, the amount of the monthly Lump Sum Payment is to be allocated pro rata to each WTG and shall be calculated and adjusted as provided in Section 3 (Calculation of Lump Sum Payment) of Attachment J (Company Payments for Energy, Dispatchability and Availability of XXXX) to this Agreement.
Lump Sum Payment means the payment to be made by Company to Seller in exchange for Seller making the Energy Storage Services of the Facility available for Company Dispatch/Charge, based on the pricing Seller submitted in its RFP Proposal.
Lump Sum Payment means a member receives the total amount in the member’s ASRS account to which the member is entitled by law.
Lump Sum Payment means a form of benefit payable as a lump sum cash payment, actuarially determined based on the rate of interest equivalent to the yield on a 30-year Treasury Bond as published in the Federal Reserve Statistical Release for the week that contains the first business day of the month prior to the date such Lump Sum payment is payable under this Second Supplemental Benefit Plan, or such other rate as determined pursuant to uniform Committee rules, and the mortality table set forth for determining actuarial equivalent benefits under Section 10.1(a) of the Retirement Plan, and (i) in the case of a lump sum payment pursuant to subsection 4(a)(i) of this Plan, based on the Participant’s Benefit payable from this Plan and his age at the date of such lump sum payment, and (ii) in the case of a lump sum payment pursuant to subsections 4(a)(ii) or 4(a)(iii) of this Plan, based on the Participant’s Benefit payable under this plan, the earliest age at which his Benefit from the Retirement Plan could commence if he terminated employment, and the early retirement reduction factor applicable at such age of commencement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the 30-year Treasury Bond yield shall be used in determining a lump sum cash payment so long as such rate is published by the Federal Reserve. In the event that the Federal Reserve ceases to publish the 30-year Treasury Bond rate, a lump sum cash payment will be actuarially determined based on the rate of interest equivalent to the yield on the longest term Treasury Bond published in the Federal Reserve Statistical Release which is no more than 30-years but not less than for a 10-year term.