Definition of Settlement Costs

Settlement Costs means costs incurred by the Settlement Body in connection with the performance of its functions under electricity capacity regulations and capacity market rules;

Examples of Settlement Costs in a sentence

Normally this required disclosure will have been met in transactions subject to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) by providing the applicant with Form FmHA or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354 440-58, "Estimate of Settlement Costs"; (viii) The lender's identity; (ix) Prepayment or late payment penalties; (x) Security interest; (xi) Insurance requirements; (xii) Assumption policy; and (xiii) Referral to other loan documents.
Form FmHA or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354 440-58 will be completed by the County Supervisor and mailed or delivered to the applicant with the Settlement Costs booklet.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, NAI will have no right to elect to pay Reasonable Settlement Costs in lieu of actual settlement costs if BNPPLC settles claims without NAIs consent at any time when an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing or after a failure by NAI to conduct with due diligence and in good faith the defense of and the response to any claim, proceeding or investigation as provided in subparagraph 10(G)(1).
Hedge Settlement Costs shall mean any and all payments required to be made by Grantor to the counterparties in connection with the settlement or mark-to-market of trades made under any Existing Hedge and all payments made by Grantor for any early termination of any Existing Hedge.
Administrative Hedge Costs shall mean those costs paid by Grantor from and after the Effective Time to counterparties under the Existing Hedges or to Persons that provide credit to maintain any Existing Hedge, but excluding any Hedge Settlement Costs.