Settlement Liability definition

Settlement Liability means a net liability due to the final agreement of claims or rights arising out of the settlement of an Allowable Cost Audit, including: (A) final indirect costs and rates for government contracts; (B) Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) matters; (C) defective pricing matters; or (D) advance agreements with the U.S. Government. A Settlement Liability shall be computed as the total impact on the net amount to be paid upon final contract settlement, including direct and indirect costs, fees and profits.
Settlement Liability means a net liability due to the final agreement of claims or rights arising out of the settlement of an Allowable Cost Audit, including: (A) final indirect cost and rates for government contracts; (B) Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) matters; (C) defective pricing matters; or
Settlement Liability. Means: (i) liabilities of the Company described in the Settlement Agreements (of an amount equal to CHF1’693’304.-); (ii) liabilities of the Company associated with the settlement of the Les Festins Dispute (of an amount equal to 48’500.-); (iii) liabilities of the Company relating to the Minerg Contract (of an amount equal to CHF1’248’000.); (iv) liability of the Company relating to the LEM Dispute (of an amount equal to CHF 96'902.45). (v) the Roof Liability (of an amount equal to CHF240’835.74.); and (vi) liabilities of the Company associated with the settlement of the Les Chambres du CTN dispute (of an amount equal to CHF 1’817) which in aggregate are an amount equal to CHF 3’329’359.19.

Examples of Settlement Liability in a sentence

  • Program procedures describe the disposition, action or follow-up and reporting required for each type of complaint or referral report.

  • For the avoidance of doubt, in no event will the calculation of the Reinsurance Closing Date Settlement Liability double-count any assets and/or liabilities included in the Other SAP Assets and Liabilities and Total SAP Reserves.

  • This estimate is reported as a Settlement Liability on the Statement of Net Position and Settlement Expenses on the Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Position.

  • The majority of the Corporation’s interest bearing debt, including the Senior Notes and the Litigation Settlement Liability, are subject to fixed interest rates, which limits the Corporation’s exposure to interest rate risk.

  • The Company shall not resolve any Settlement Liability prior to the Closing Date without Purchaser's consent.

  • As promptly as practicable, but no later than sixty (60) calendar days after the Reinsurance Closing Date, the Ceding Company will deliver to the Reinsurer a “Final Reinsurance Closing Calculation” setting forth the Ceding Company’s good faith final calculation of the Reinsurance Closing Date Settlement Liability.

  • On the Reinsurance Closing Date, the Ceding Company will pay to the Reinsurer in cash by wire transfer of immediately available funds to an account of the Reinsurer designated prior to the Reinsurance Closing Date an amount equal to the Reinsurance Closing Date Settlement Liability as shown on the Estimated Reinsurance Closing Calculation delivered by the Ceding Company in accordance with Section 7.1(b) (the “Initial Reinsurance Premium”).

  • The majority of the Corporation’s interest bearing debt, the Senior Notes and the Litigation Settlement Liability, are subject to fixed interest rates, which limits the Corporation’s exposure to interest rate risk.

  • Two (2) Business Days prior to the Reinsurance Closing Date, the Ceding Company will deliver to the Reinsurer the “Estimated Reinsurance Closing Calculation” in the form attached as Schedule H setting forth the Ceding Company’s good faith estimated calculation of the Reinsurance Closing Date Settlement Liability.

  • As consideration for the coinsurance of the Coinsured Risks by the Reinsurer in accordance with this Agreement, the Reinsurer will be entitled to an amount in cash equal to the Reinsurance Closing Date Settlement Liability (the “Reinsurance Premium”).

Related to Settlement Liability

  • Contingent Liability means any agreement, undertaking or arrangement by which any Person guarantees, endorses or otherwise becomes or is contingently liable upon (by direct or indirect agreement, contingent or otherwise, to provide funds for payment, to supply funds to, or otherwise to invest in, a debtor, or otherwise to assure a creditor against loss) the indebtedness, obligation or any other liability of any other Person (other than by endorsements of instruments in the course of collection), or guarantees the payment of dividends or other distributions upon the shares of any other Person. The amount of any Person’s obligation under any Contingent Liability shall (subject to any limitation set forth therein) be deemed to be the outstanding principal amount (or maximum outstanding principal amount, if larger) of the debt, obligation or other liability guaranteed thereby.

  • Net Liability as used in this Agreement, means the Ceding Company's liability on the annuities reinsured hereunder, excluding any liability resulting from any Guaranteed Living Benefit riders attached to such annuities, less amounts recovered from other reinsurance, including the pre-existing Xxxxx Xxxxxx Coinsurance Treaty. SCHEDULE B QUARTERLY REPORT OF ACTIVITY AND SETTLEMENTS -------------------------------------------- FROM CEDING COMPANY TO REINSURER Accounting Period: ___________ Calendar Year: ___________ Date Report Completed: ___________

  • Contingent Liabilities means, respectively, each obligation and liability of the Credit Parties and all such obligations and liabilities of the Credit Parties incurred pursuant to any agreement, undertaking or arrangement by which any Credit Party either: (i) guarantees, endorses or otherwise becomes or is contingently liable upon (by direct or indirect agreement, contingent or otherwise, to provide funds for payment, to supply funds to, or otherwise to invest in, a debtor, or otherwise to assure a creditor against loss) the indebtedness, dividend, obligation or other liability of any other Person in any manner (other than by endorsement of instruments in the course of collection), including without limitation, any indebtedness, dividend or other obligation which may be issued or incurred at some future time; (ii) guarantees the payment of dividends or other distributions upon the shares or ownership interest of any other Person; (iii) undertakes or agrees (whether contingently or otherwise): (A) to purchase, repurchase, or otherwise acquire any indebtedness, obligation or liability of any other Person or any property or assets constituting security therefor; (B) to advance or provide funds for the payment or discharge of any indebtedness, obligation or liability of any other Person (whether in the form of loans, advances, stock purchases, capital contributions or otherwise), or to maintain solvency, assets, level of income, working capital or other financial condition of any other Person; or (C) to make payment to any other Person other than for value received; (iv) agrees to lease property or to purchase securities, property or services from such other Person with the purpose or intent of assuring the owner of such indebtedness or obligation of the ability of such other Person to make payment of the indebtedness or obligation; (v) to induce the issuance of, or in connection with the issuance of, any letter of credit for the benefit of such other Person; or (vi) undertakes or agrees otherwise to assure or insure a creditor against loss. The amount of any Contingent Liability shall (subject to any limitation set forth herein) be deemed to be the outstanding principal amount (or maximum permitted principal amount, if larger) of the indebtedness, obligation or other liability guaranteed or supported thereby.

  • Parent Liabilities shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(b).

  • Identified Contingent Liabilities means the maximum estimated amount of liabilities reasonably likely to result from pending litigation, asserted claims and assessments, guaranties, uninsured risks and other contingent liabilities of the Borrower and its Restricted Subsidiaries taken as a whole after giving effect to the Transactions (including all fees and expenses related thereto but exclusive of such contingent liabilities to the extent reflected in Stated Liabilities), as identified and explained in terms of their nature and estimated magnitude by responsible officers of the Borrower.

  • Current Liabilities means, with respect to the Borrower and the Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis at any date of determination, all liabilities that would, in accordance with GAAP, be classified on a consolidated balance sheet of the Borrower and the Subsidiaries as current liabilities at such date of determination, other than (a) the current portion of any Indebtedness, (b) accruals of Interest Expense (excluding Interest Expense that is due and unpaid), (c) accruals for current or deferred Taxes based on income or profits, (d) accruals, if any, of transaction costs resulting from the Transactions, (e) accruals of any costs or expenses related to (i) severance or termination of employees prior to the Closing Date or (ii) bonuses, pension and other post-retirement benefit obligations, and (f) accruals for add-backs to EBITDA included in clauses (a)(iv) through (a)(vi) of the definition of such term.

  • Product Liabilities means all losses, damages, fees, costs and other liabilities incurred by a Party, its Affiliate or its sublicensee and resulting from or relating to the any use of a Compound and/or a Product in a human (including in Clinical Trials and/or pursuant to Commercialization) in the Territory, other than any losses, damages, fees, costs and other liabilities that are a result of a Party’s, its Affiliates’ or its sublicensee’s negligence, willful misconduct or breach of such Party’s representations and warranties made hereunder. For the avoidance of doubt, Product Liabilities include, reasonable attorneys’ and experts’ fees and costs relating to any claim or potential claim against a Party, its Affiliate, or its sublicensee and all losses, damages, fees, costs. Product Liabilities shall not include liabilities associated with recalls and/or the voluntary or involuntary withdrawal of the Compound and/or a Product.

  • Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means (a) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (b) any indebtedness, liability or obligation under any so-called “synthetic lease” transaction entered into by such Person, or (c) any indebtedness, liability or obligation arising with respect to any other transaction which is the functional equivalent of or takes the place of borrowing but which does not constitute a liability on the balance sheet of such Person (other than operating leases).

  • Hovercraft Liability This policy does not cover "hovercraft liability".

  • Off-Balance Sheet Liabilities of any Person shall mean (i) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (ii) any liability of such Person under any sale and leaseback transactions that do not create a liability on the balance sheet of such Person, (iii) any Synthetic Lease Obligation or (iv) any obligation arising with respect to any other transaction which is the functional equivalent of or takes the place of borrowing but which does not constitute a liability on the balance sheet of such Person.

  • Related Liability Amount with respect to any Related Liability on the books of the Assuming Institution, means the amount of such Related Liability as stated on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution (as maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles) as of the date as of which the Related Liability Amount is being determined. With respect to a liability that relates to more than one asset, the amount of such Related Liability shall be allocated among such assets for the purpose of determining the Related Liability Amount with respect to any one of such assets. Such allocation shall be made by specific allocation, where determinable, and otherwise shall be pro rata based upon the dollar amount of such assets stated on the Accounting Records of the entity that owns such asset.

  • Aircraft Liability This policy does not cover "aircraft liability".

  • Employment Liabilities means all claims, demands, actions, proceedings, damages, compensation, tribunal awards, fines, costs (including but not limited to reasonable legal costs), expenses and all other liabilities whatsoever;

  • Unfunded Current Liability of any Plan shall mean the amount, if any, by which the actuarial present value of the accumulated plan benefits under the Plan as of the close of its most recent plan year exceeds the fair market value of the assets allocable thereto, each determined in accordance with Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 87, based upon the actuarial assumptions used by the Plan's actuary in the most recent annual valuation of the Plan.

  • non-current liabilities means all liabilities other than current liabilities

  • Excluded Hedge Liability or Liabilities means, with respect to each Borrower and Guarantor, each of its Swap Obligations if, and only to the extent that, all or any portion of this Agreement or any Other Document that relates to such Swap Obligation is or becomes illegal under the CEA, or any rule, regulation or order of the CFTC, solely by virtue of such Borrower’s and/or Guarantor’s failure to qualify as an Eligible Contract Participant on the Eligibility Date for such Swap. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the foregoing or in any other provision of this Agreement or any Other Document, the foregoing is subject to the following provisos: (a) if a Swap Obligation arises under a master agreement governing more than one Swap, this definition shall apply only to the portion of such Swap Obligation that is attributable to Swaps for which such guaranty or security interest is or becomes illegal under the CEA, or any rule, regulations or order of the CFTC, solely as a result of the failure by such Borrower or Guarantor for any reason to qualify as an Eligible Contract Participant on the Eligibility Date for such Swap; (b) if a guarantee of a Swap Obligation would cause such obligation to be an Excluded Hedge Liability but the grant of a security interest would not cause such obligation to be an Excluded Hedge Liability, such Swap Obligation shall constitute an Excluded Hedge Liability for purposes of the guaranty but not for purposes of the grant of the security interest; and (c) if there is more than one Borrower or Guarantor executing this Agreement or the Other Documents and a Swap Obligation would be an Excluded Hedge Liability with respect to one or more of such Persons, but not all of them, the definition of Excluded Hedge Liability or Liabilities with respect to each such Person shall only be deemed applicable to (i) the particular Swap Obligations that constitute Excluded Hedge Liabilities with respect to such Person, and (ii) the particular Person with respect to which such Swap Obligations constitute Excluded Hedge Liabilities.

  • Maximum Potential Gross-up Payment Liability, as of any Valuation Date, shall mean the aggregate amount of Gross-up Payments that would be due if the Fund were to make Taxable Allocations, with respect to any taxable year, estimated based upon dividends paid and the amount of undistributed realized net capital gains and other taxable income earned by the Fund, as of the end of the calendar month immediately preceding such Valuation Date, and assuming such Gross-up Payments are fully taxable.

  • Excluded Liability means any liability that is excluded under the Bail-In Legislation from the scope of any Bail-In Action including, without limitation, any liability excluded pursuant to Article 44 of the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive.

  • Consolidated Current Liabilities at any date, all amounts that would, in conformity with GAAP, be set forth opposite the caption “total current liabilities” (or any like caption) on a consolidated balance sheet of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries at such date, but excluding (a) the current portion of any Funded Debt of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries and (b) without duplication of clause (a) above, all Indebtedness consisting of Revolving Loans or Swingline Loans to the extent otherwise included therein.

  • Capitalized Lease Liabilities means, with respect to any Person, all monetary obligations of such Person and its Subsidiaries under any leasing or similar arrangement which have been (or, in accordance with GAAP, should be) classified as capitalized leases, and for purposes of each Loan Document the amount of such obligations shall be the capitalized amount thereof, determined in accordance with GAAP, and the stated maturity thereof shall be the date of the last payment of rent or any other amount due under such lease prior to the first date upon which such lease may be terminated by the lessee without payment of a premium or a penalty.

  • Off-Balance Sheet Obligations means liabilities and obligations of the Borrower, any Subsidiary or any other Person in respect of “off-balance sheet arrangements” (as defined in Item 303(a)(4)(ii) of Regulation S-K promulgated under the Securities Act) which the Borrower would be required to disclose in the “Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations” section of the Borrower’s report on Form 10-Q or Form 10-K (or their equivalents) which the Borrower is required to file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (or any Governmental Authority substituted therefor).

  • Litigation Expense means any out-of-pocket expenses incurred in connection with investigating, defending or asserting any claim, legal or administrative action, suit or Proceeding incident to any matter indemnified against hereunder including, without limitation, court filing fees, court costs, arbitration fees or costs, witness fees and fees and disbursements of outside legal counsel, investigators, expert witnesses, accountants and other professionals.

  • Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means the monetary obligation of a Person under (a) a so-called synthetic, off-balance sheet or tax retention lease, (b) an agreement for the use or possession of property creating obligations that do not appear on the balance sheet of such Person but which, upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person, would be characterized as the indebtedness of such Person (without regard to accounting treatment) or (c) an agreement for the sale of receivables or like assets creating obligations that do not appear on the balance sheet of such Person but which, upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person, could be characterized as the indebtedness of such Person (without regard to accounting treatment).

  • UK Bail-in Liability means a liability in respect of which the UK Bail-in Powers may be exercised.

  • Total Liabilities is on any day, obligations that should, under GAAP, be classified as liabilities on Borrower’s consolidated balance sheet, including all Indebtedness, and current portion of Subordinated Debt permitted by Bank to be paid by Borrower, but excluding all other Subordinated Debt.

  • Unfunded Liability means the amount (if any) by which the present value of all vested and unvested accrued benefits under a Single Employer Plan exceeds the fair market value of assets allocable to such benefits, all determined as of the then most recent valuation date for such Plans using PBGC actuarial assumptions for single employer plan terminations.