Not Payable definition

Not Payable means that a particular benefit shall not be paid or otherwise provided to Executive.
Not Payable means (i) with respect to benefits other than Equity Awards, such benefits shall not be paid or otherwise provided to Executive, and (ii) with respect to Equity Awards, such Equity Awards, to the extent unvested, unexercisable, or subject to restrictions that have not yet lapsed, shall be forfeited and/or canceled as of the date of termination of the Employment Period, unless otherwise determined by the Board or the appropriate committee of the Board in its discretion.
Not Payable with "Not Accelerated" in every instance in which they appear in such column.

Examples of Not Payable in a sentence

  • Where the home or former home is an asset of the trust, it is not subject to the exemptions of 130 CMR 520.007(G)(2) or 520.007(G)(8).(2) Portion Not Payable.

  • Current Services Not Payable through other sources: The child is currently receiving the following services that will be continued upon the transfer of guardianship.

  • Services being provided to the child at the time of the agreement will continue with the same provider and are allowable when the services are described in section d) Needs Not Payable Through Other Sources (below).

  • Not Payable upon Termination An employer shall not be required to make payment in respect of accumulated personal leave credits to an employee upon termination of employment.

  • Presentment by Notice of Item Not Payable by, Through or at a Bank; Liability of Secondary Parties.

  • Secretary o Flexible Purchase Payments o Optional Fixed Dollar or Variable Accumulation Values and Annuity Payments o Annuity Payments to Begin on the Retirement Date o This Contract is Nonparticipating - Dividends Are Not Payable 45054 A(11/95) Upon issuance of this contract your initial purchase payment has been applied to the fixed and variable accounts as shown below.

  • Payments Not Payable ToDepartment.Any payment to the Department which is made by a check or money order not payable to the Department shall, within 15 days after receipt thereof, be returned by the Department to the taxpayer who submitted such check or money order or, if the amount of payment is equal to the amount owed to the State of Illinois, the Department may deposit such check.

  • When Burial Benefits Are Not Payable by VA VA does not pay burial benefits if the deceased Veteran died during active military service was admitted to a hospital prior to separation from service, but died before being separated was a member of Congress who died while holding office, or was a Federal prisoner.

  • NOTE 79 - Not Payable together with codes: 0341TS, 0341S, 0341TR.

  • The cause of the person's death is not in Death Benefit Not Payable below.

Related to Not Payable

  • REIT Payment has the meaning set forth in Section 15.12 hereof.

  • Monthly Fees means, collectively, [INSERT FOR HFS: the Monthly Food and Beverage Fee,] the Monthly Program Fee and the Monthly Royalty Fee, each of which is set forth in the Addendum. [INSERT FOR HFS: “Monthly Food and Beverage Fee” means the fee we require from you in Subsection 8.2, which is set forth in the Addendum.]

  • Event Payments has the meaning set forth in Section 6.1(d).

  • Tax Fees means the aggregate fees billed in each of the last two fiscal years for professional services rendered by the Company’s external auditor for tax compliance, tax advice and tax planning.

  • Co-payment means a relatively small amount of money paid by the insured person towards the cost of each day in a private hospital per episode of care, with Latrobe paying the rest of the cost.

  • Tax Payments means payments in cash in respect of Federal, state and local (i) income, franchise and other similar taxes and assessments imposed on (or measured by) net income which are paid or payable by or on behalf of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries or which are directly attributable to (or arising as a result of) the operations of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries and (ii) taxes which are not determined by reference to income, but which are imposed on a direct or indirect owner of the Borrower as a result of such owner's ownership of the equity of the Borrower (such taxes in clauses (i) and (ii), "Applicable Taxes").

  • Variable Costs means the Train Operator’s costs which vary as a result of a Category 3 Disruption, a Relevant Cancellation or a Relevant Service Variation (as the case may be) arising directly from changes in train mileage including staff, maintenance, fuel or electricity costs, and the Variable Charge.

  • FILOT Payments means the amount paid or to be paid in lieu of ad valorem property taxes as provided herein.

  • Actual Tax Liability means, with respect to any Taxable Year, the sum of (i) the sum of (A) the liability for U.S. federal income Taxes of the Corporate Taxpayer and (B) without duplication, the portion of any liability for U.S. federal income Taxes imposed directly on OpCo (and OpCo’s applicable subsidiaries) under Section 6225 or any similar provision of the Code that is allocable to the Corporate Taxpayer under Section 704 of the Code, in each case using the same methods, elections, conventions and similar practices used on the relevant IRS Form 1120 (or any successor form) and (ii) the product of the amount of the U.S. federal taxable income for such taxable year reported on the Corporate Taxpayer’s IRS Form 1120 (or any successor form) and the Blended Rate.

  • adjusted underlying revenue means total income other than:

  • Minimum Payments $50 (with respect to all funds in the aggregate.) No payment pursuant to this Schedule is payable to a dealer, bank or other service provider for the first year with respect to sales of $1 million or more, at no load, in cases where A I M Distributors, Inc. has advanced the service fee to the dealer, bank or other service provider.

  • Hypothetical Tax Liability means, with respect to any Taxable Year, the liability for Taxes of (i) the Corporate Taxpayer and (ii) without duplication, EBS, but only with respect to Taxes imposed on EBS and allocable to the Corporate Taxpayer or to the other members of the consolidated group of which the Corporate Taxpayer is the parent, in each case using the same methods, elections, conventions and similar practices used on the relevant Corporate Taxpayer Return, but (i) using the Non-Stepped Up Tax Basis as reflected on the Exchange Basis Schedule including amendments thereto for the Taxable Year and (ii) excluding any deduction attributable to Imputed Interest for the Taxable Year. For the avoidance of doubt, Hypothetical Tax Liability shall be determined without taking into account the carryover or carryback of any Tax item (or portions thereof) that is attributable to the Basis Adjustment or Imputed Interest.

  • Current Pay Obligation Any Collateral Obligation that would otherwise be treated as a Defaulted Obligation but as to which no payments are due and payable that are unpaid and with respect to which the Collateral Manager has certified to the Trustee (with a copy to the Collateral Administrator) in writing that it believes, in its reasonable business judgment, that the Obligor of such Collateral Obligation (a) is current on all interest payments, principal payments and other amounts due and payable thereunder and will continue to make scheduled payments of interest thereon and will pay the principal thereof and all other amounts due and payable thereunder by maturity or as otherwise contractually due, (b) if the Obligor is subject to a bankruptcy proceeding, it has been the subject of an order of a bankruptcy court that permits it to make the scheduled payments on such Collateral Obligation and all interest payments, principal payments and other amounts due and payable thereunder have been paid in Cash when due and (c) the Collateral Obligation has a Market Value of at least 80% of its par value.

  • Delay Payments means the amounts payable by the Supplier to the Customer in respect of a delay in respect of a Milestone as specified in the Implementation Plan;

  • Total After-Tax Payments means the total of all “parachute payments” (as that term is defined in Section 280G(b)(2) of the Code) made to or for the benefit of the Executive (whether made hereunder or otherwise), after reduction for all applicable federal taxes (including, without limitation, the tax described in Section 4999 of the Code).

  • Monthly Fee means the total consideration, including but not limited to, equipment or locker rental,

  • Debit Payment means a particular transaction where a debit is made.

  • Local taxes means all taxes levied other than taxes levied for school operating purposes.

  • Deferred Sales Charge means the "deferred sales fee" as described in the Prospectus.

  • Reimbursement Payment means the payment made to a Participating Operator for the Total Reimbursement due in respect of all Included Services he provides;

  • Income Tax Expense means for Borrower and its Subsidiaries, on a consolidated basis for any period, all state and federal income taxes (including without limitation Texas franchise taxes) paid or due to be paid during such period.

  • Sponsor’s Fee means the fee to be paid to the Sponsor, which for each day shall be equal to (.004/365 or 366, depending on the number of days in the year) multiplied by (the Canadian Dollars in the Trust as of the close of business on the preceding Local Business Day, which shall include all unpaid interest but exclude unpaid fees, each as accrued through the immediately preceding day).

  • Capitalized Lease Obligation means, at the time any determination thereof is to be made, the amount of the liability in respect of a capital lease that would at such time be required to be capitalized and reflected as a liability on a balance sheet (excluding the footnotes thereto) in accordance with GAAP.

  • Recovered tax increment value means, except as otherwise

  • Tax Payment means either the increase in a payment made by an Obligor to a Finance Party under Clause 12.2 (Tax gross-up) or a payment under Clause 12.3 (Tax indemnity).

  • Adjustment Payment means, in respect of any Security, the payment (if any) determined by the Determination Agent as is required in order to reduce or eliminate, to the extent reasonably practicable, any transfer of economic value to or from the Issuer as a result of the replacement of the Index by the Alternative Pre-nominated Index. The Determination Agent may determine that the Adjustment Payment is zero.