Reimbursable Costs definition

Reimbursable Costs means expenses incurred by the employee in the course of engaging in the planned learning activity and include registration, tuition and examination fees as well as textbooks/discs and applicable taxes. They may also include reasonable, incremental meal, accommodation and travel expenses.
Reimbursable Costs. All costs associated with operations and support ordered on a resource order or under a Joint Project or Project Plan by or for an incident or project within the provisions of this Agreement.
Reimbursable Costs means the actual costs and expenses incurred by National Grid and/or its Affiliates in connection with performance of the Work or otherwise incurred by National Grid and/or its Affiliates in connection with the ATP or thisAgreement, and including, without limitation, any such costs that may have been incurred by National Grid and/or its Affiliates prior to the Effective Date. These Reimbursable Costs shall include, without limitation, the actual expenses for labor (including, without limitation, internal labor), services, materials, subcontracts, equipment or other expenses incurred in the execution of the Work or otherwise in connection with the ATP, all applicable overhead, all federal, state and local taxes incurred (including, without limitation, all taxes arising from amounts paid to National Grid that are deemed to be contributions in aid of construction), all costs of outside experts, consultants, counsel and contractors, all other third-party fees and costs, and all costs of obtaining any required permits, rights, consents, releases, approvals, or authorizations, including, without limitation, the Required Approvals; provided, however, that Reimbursable Costs shall not include any (i) National Grid attorneys’ fees related to negotiation of the Term Sheet, the Purchase and Sale Agreement or this Agreement to the extent such fees are in excess of a maximum cumulative total of $10,000 or (ii) any costs, expenses or other amounts which National Grid is expressly obligated to pay under the terms of the Purchase and Sale Agreement.

Examples of Reimbursable Costs in a sentence

  • Customer agrees that the costs and expenses of such Affiliates or contractors charged to or incurred by Company shall be paid by Customer as part of the Company Reimbursable Costs.

  • If the total of all Company Reimbursable Costs is greater than the Total Payments Made, the Company shall provide a final invoice to Customer for the balance due to the Company under this Agreement (the “Balance Amount”).

  • If the Total Payments Made is greater than the total of all Company Reimbursable Costs, Company shall reimburse the difference to Customer (“Reimbursement Amount”).

  • Customer shall be responsible to pay Company (as part of Company Reimbursable Costs) for all costs incurred by Company that arise as a result of such interruption, suspension or delay.

  • Any additional costs arising from such addition, modification or change to the Work shall be paid by Developer as part of Company Reimbursable Costs.


More Definitions of Reimbursable Costs

Reimbursable Costs shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 6.2.
Reimbursable Costs means witness fees and expenses, expert fees and expenses including consultation, investigator fees and expenses, filing fees, court costs and transcript costs;
Reimbursable Costs has the meaning set forth in Section 18(f).
Reimbursable Costs is defined in Section 3.1.
Reimbursable Costs means those costs incurred by Vendor in the performance of its Scope of Work under this Agreement which shall be reimbursed by Owner in arrears as provided for in Articles 10 and 11 and Section 14.2.1. hereto. Reliability Test is defined in Section 8.1.2. Representatives is defined in Section 6.3. Rules is defined in Section 20.3(b).
Reimbursable Costs means (i) all subcontracting costs for back-end manufacturing services and (ii) all damages paid by Provider arising under or relating to its performance or breach of obligations hereunder.
Reimbursable Costs has the meaning set forth in Section 4.2.