RPIX Index definition

RPIX Index means the "Retail Prices Index excluding mortgage interest rates (RPIX)" as published by the Office of National Statistics (http://www.statistics.gov.uk/instantfigures.asp); and
RPIX Index shall have the meaning given to it in paragraph 5.4 of Framework Schedule 3 (Charging Structure);
RPIX Index shall have the meaning given to it in paragraph 5.4 of Schedule 3 (Charging Structure) of this Framework Agreement;

Examples of RPIX Index in a sentence

Where the published RPIX Index figure at the relevant Adjustment Date is stated to be a provisional figure or is subsequently amended, that figure shall apply as ultimately confirmed or amended unless the Authority and the Supplier shall agree otherwise.

In the event that any changes occur to the basis of the RPIX Index, or it is no longer published, the Authority and the Supplier shall agree a fair and reasonable adjustment to that index or, if appropriate, shall agree a revised formula that in either event will have substantially the same effect as that specified in this Framework Agreement Schedule 3 (Charging Structure).

In the event that any changes occur to the basis of the RPIX Index, or it is no longer published, the Authority and the Supplier shall agree a fair and reasonable adjustment to that index or, if appropriate, shall agree a revised formula that in either event will have substantially the same effect as that specified in this Framework Schedule 3.

The measurement to be used in the variation calculation of the variable ‘X’ in paragraph 4.1 of this Schedule 2-3 shall be the percentage “Annual change” in the RPIX Index in respect of the “Period” of the Month in which the relevant anniversary occurred.

The measurement to be used in the variation calculation of the variable “X” in paragraph 5.1 of this Schedule 3 shall be the percentage “Annual change” in the RPIX Index in respect of the “Period” of the Month in which the relevant anniversary occurred.

In the event that any changes occur to the basis of the RPIX Index, or it is no longer published, the Authority and the Service Provider shall agree a fair and reasonable adjustment to that index or, if appropriate, shall agree a revised formula that in either event will have substantially the same effect as that specified in this Schedule 3.

RPIX Index that shows the underlying rate of inflation, excluding the impact of mortgage payments.

The measurement to be used in the variation calculation of the variable ‘Z’ in paragraph 2.8 of this Schedule shall be the percentage “Annual change” in the RPIX Index in respect of the most recent twelve (12) months for which published data is available.

Where the published figure specified in paragraph 3.1 of this Schedule is stated to be a provisional figure or is subsequently amended, that figure shall apply as ultimately confirmed or amended.In the event that any changes occur to the basis of the RPIX Index, or it is no longer published, the adjusted index or, if appropriate, the revised formula shall be that agreed by the AUTHORITY and the SERVICE PROVIDER under the Framework Agreement.

The measurement to be used in the variation calculation of the variable ‘Z’ in paragraph 4.1 of this Schedule shall be the percentage “Annual change” in the RPIX Index in respect of the most recent twelve (12) months for which published data is available.


More Definitions of RPIX Index

RPIX Index means the "Retail Prices Index excluding mortgage interest rates (RPIX)" as published by the Office of National Statistics (http://www.statistics.gov.uk/instantfigures.asp); and the "annual percentage change in the RPIX Index" shall mean the % increase in the most recently published RPIX Index which has been confirmed by the Office for National Statistics at the time of the request for variation.
RPIX Index means the “Retail Prices Index excluding mortgage interest rates (RPIX)” as published by the Office of National Statistics (http://www.statistics.gov.uk/instantfigures.asp); and the “annual percentage change in the RPIX Index” means the percentage increase in the most recently published RPIX Index which has been confirmed by the Office for National Statistics at the time of the request for variation. Any increase in the Framework Prices shall be limited to the annual percentage change in the RPIX Index applicable at the relevant Indexation Adjustment Date. Where the published RPIX Index figure at the relevant Adjustment Date is stated to be a provisional figure or is subsequently amended, that figure shall apply as ultimately confirmed or amended unless the Authority and the Supplier shall agree otherwise in writing. In the event that any changes occur to the basis of the RPIX Index, or it is no longer published, the Authority and the Supplier shall agree a fair and reasonable adjustment to that index or, if appropriate, shall agree a revised formula that in either event will have substantially the same effect as that specified in this Framework Schedule 2. For the avoidance of doubt any change to the Framework Prices implemented pursuant to this Framework Agreement 2 (Charging Structure) are made independently of, and shall not operate so as to increase the Charges payable by a Contracting Body under a Call-Off Agreement in force at the time a change to the Framework Prices is implemented.
RPIX Index means the "Retail Prices Index excluding mortgage interest rates (RPIX)" as published by the Office of National Statistics (http://www.statistics.gov.uk/instantfigures.asp); andthe "annual percentage change in the RPIX Index" means the percentage increase in the most recently published RPIX Index which has been confirmed by the Office for National Statistics at the time of the request for variation.Any increase in the Framework Prices shall be limited to the annual percentage change in the RPIX Index applicable at the relevant Indexation Adjustment Date.Where the published RPIX Index figure at the relevant Adjustment Date is stated to be a provisional figure or is subsequently amended, that figure shall apply as ultimately confirmed or amended unless the Authority and the Supplier shall agree otherwise in writing.In the event that any changes occur to the basis of the RPIX Index, or it is no longer published, the Authority and the Supplier shall agree a fair and reasonable adjustment to that index or, if appropriate, shall agree a revised formula that in either event will have substantially the same effect as that specified in this Framework Schedule 2.For the avoidance of doubt any change to the Framework Prices implemented pursuant to this Framework Agreement 2 (Charging Structure) are made independently of, and shall not operate so as to increase the Charges payable by a Contracting Body under a Call-Off Agreement in force at the time a change to the Framework Prices is implemented.Any variation to the Charges payable under a Call-Off Agreement must be agreed in writing between the Supplier and the relevant Contracting Body and implemented in accordance with the provisions applicable to the Call-Off Agreement. TRAVEL AND RELATED CHARGESThe Framework Prices shall be inclusive of all Supplier’s travel and expenses (including all overnight accommodation costs) for work carried out for performance of the Services specified in the relevant Order. Subject to paragraphs 7.2 to 7.5, the Contracting Bodies shall not be liable for Supplier’s travel charges. In the event that a Contracting Body requires the Supplier to travel to locations other than the Base Location for performance of the Services specified in the relevant Order, travel charges incurred by the Supplier shall be subject to the provisions of this paragraph 7.2 as set out below. The Supplier shall:only use public transport, standard class for all travel related to the provision of the Services under...
RPIX Index. – shall mean the “Retail Prices Index excluding mortgage interest rates (RPIX)” as published by the Office of National Statistics (http://www.statistics.gov.uk/instantfigures.asp). The measurement to be used in the variation calculation of the variable „Z‟ in paragraph 4.1 of this Schedule shall mean the percentageAnnual change” in the most recently published RPIX Index in respect of the most recent twelve (12) months for which published data is available from the Office for National Statistics.

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