The Initial Deposit definition

The Initial Deposit means £8,250.
The Initial Deposit means L105,000 plus VAT deposited by the Tenant as security for the performance of the obligations on its part contained in the Lease
The Initial Deposit means a sum equivalent to one half of the annual rent payable at the date hereof or such greater sum as shall represent one half of the annual rent from time to time reserved under the Lease

Examples of The Initial Deposit in a sentence

  • The Initial Deposit and the Additional Deposit shall be referred to as the "Deposit." Unless Buyer terminates this Agreement on or prior to the Contingency Release Date, the Initial Deposit shall be non-refundable after the Contingency Release Date.

More Definitions of The Initial Deposit

The Initial Deposit means the sum of two hundred pounds (£200.00) plus Value Added Tax per annum increased annually (but not decreased) by the amount which bears the same proportion to the sum of £200.00 as the Uplifted RPI Figure bears to the Base RPI Figure being the first year’s payment of the Maintenance Contribution.

Related to The Initial Deposit

  • Additional Deposit means $100,000.

  • Full Deposit will consist of data that reflects the state of the registry as of 00:00:00 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) on the day that such Full Deposit is submitted to Escrow Agent.

  • Differential Deposit means data that reflects all transactions that were not reflected in the last previous Full or Differential Deposit, as the case may be. Each Differential Deposit will contain all database transactions since the previous Deposit was completed as of 00:00:00 UTC of each day, but Sunday. Differential Deposits must include complete Escrow Records as specified below that were not included or changed since the most recent full or Differential Deposit (i.e., newly added or modified domain names).

  • Escrow Accounts means (1) accounts of the Borrower or any Subsidiary, solely to the extent any such accounts hold funds set aside by the Borrower or any Subsidiary (plus accrued interest thereon) to manage the collection and payment of amounts collected, withheld or incurred by the Borrower or such Subsidiary for the benefit of third parties relating to: (a) federal income tax withholding and backup withholding tax, employment taxes, transportation excise taxes and security related charges, (b) any and all state and local income tax withholding, employment taxes and related charges and fees and similar taxes, charges and fees, including, but not limited to, state and local payroll withholding taxes, unemployment and supplemental unemployment taxes, disability taxes, workman’s or workers’ compensation charges and related charges and fees, (c) state and local taxes imposed on overall gross receipts, sales and use taxes, fuel excise taxes and hotel occupancy taxes, (d) passenger facility fees and charges collected on behalf of and owed to various administrators, institutions, authorities, agencies and entities, (e) other similar federal, state or local taxes, charges and fees (including without limitation any amount required to be withheld or collected under applicable law) and (f) other funds held in trust for, or otherwise segregated for the benefit of, an identified beneficiary; in each case, held in escrow accounts, agent accounts, trust funds or other segregated accounts; or (2) accounts, capitalized interest accounts, debt service reserve accounts, escrow accounts and other similar accounts or funds established in connection with the ARB Indebtedness.

  • Escrow Account The separate account or accounts created and maintained pursuant to Section 3.05.