Rental Payments definition

Rental Payments means the rental payments paid by the occupant of a unit, excluding any supplemental rental assistance to the occupant from the State, the federal government, or any other public agency, but including any mandatory fees or charges imposed on the occupant by the Owner as a condition of occupancy of the unit.
Rental Payments means, collectively, the Base Rental Payments and the Additional Rental Payments.
Rental Payments means, with respect to each Lease, the basic rental payments payable by Lessee on the Rental Payment Dates and in the amounts as specified in the related Payment Schedule, consisting of a principal component and an interest component, and in all cases sufficient to repay the principal component under such Lease and interest thereon at the applicable Contract Rate (or Taxable Rate if then in effect).

Examples of Rental Payments in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding any substitution or release pursuant to this Section, there shall be no reduction in or abatement of the Base Rental Payments due from the District hereunder as a result of such substitution or release.

  • Notwithstanding any dispute between the Corporation and the District, the District shall make all Rental Payments when due without deduction or offset of any kind and shall not withhold any Rental Payments pending the final resolution of such dispute.

  • The District covenants to take such action as may be necessary to include all Rental Payments due hereunder as a separate line item in its annual budgets and to make necessary annual appropriations for all such Rental Payments.

  • Each installment of Base Rental Payments payable hereunder shall be paid in lawful money of the United States of America to or upon the order of the Trustee, as assignee of the Corporation, at the Principal Office of the Trustee, or such other place or entity as the Trustee shall designate.

  • Rental Payments to DGS for State-Owned Property: Agencies funded only with General Funds and occupying space in buildings operated by DGS do not pay rent and should not budget for rent for this purpose.


More Definitions of Rental Payments

Rental Payments means the basic rental payments payable by Lessee hereunder pursuant to Section 4.01, consisting of a principal component and an interest component.
Rental Payments. The payments due from the Customer for hire of the Equipment and/or the Supply of the Services, at the prices set out in Tardis’ quotation, or if the quotation has expired, as set out in Tardis’ price list in force at the Commencement Date (Price).
Rental Payments means rental payments made under equipment leases permitted pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
Rental Payments means all rental payments and other amounts equivalent to a rental payment payable by or on behalf of a Lessee under an ACS Group Lease, including payments under any Purchase Option.
Rental Payments means the basic rental payments payable by Lessee pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement during the Lease Term, payable in consideration of the right of Lessee to use the Equipment during the then current portion of the Lease Term. Rental Payments shall be payable by Lessee to the Lessor or its assignee in the amounts and at the times during the Lease Term, as set forth in Exhibit E of this Agreement.
Rental Payments means the aggregate of the Basic Rent and Additional Rent payments provided for pursuant to Article III of the Lease.
Rental Payments means the rental payments payable by Lessee pursuant to the provisions of this Lease during the Term hereof.