Total Revenue definition

Total Revenue bears the same meaning assigned to this expression in the Codes of Good Practice on Black Economic Empowerment, issued in terms of section 9(1) of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act and promulgated in the Government Gazette on 9 February 2007;
Total Revenue. – means the total income of an entity from its operations as determined under South African Generally Accepted Accounting Practice, as per Codes of Good Practice on Black Economic Empowerment, issued in terms of section 9(1) of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act and promulgated in the Government Gazette on 9 February 2007;
Total Revenue means: the aggregate of all sums of money or other consideration of whatever nature received or receivable by the successful tenderer from any Business (whether such Business Agreements are made before, on or after the date of commencement of the Term) including without limitation, all gross rent, licence fees (including service charges) and any and all other sums of money or other consideration received or receivable by the successful tenderer from any Subletting (whether such Subletting Agreements are made before, on or after the date of commencement of the Term); and shall without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing include:-a. all booking or advance deposits forfeited to, or not refunded by, the successful tenderer;b. all damages received or receivable by the successful tenderer arising from or in connection with the termination or breach of any Subletting Agreement and/or any Business Agreement;c. all moneys received or receivable from the settlement of any claims arising from or in connection with any Subletting Agreement and/or any Business Agreement;d. all bank interests earned on any deposits paid in respect of or on account of any Subletting and/or any Business;e. all interests on late payment received or receivable by the successful tenderer in respect of any Subletting and/or Business;f. all sums of money or other consideration received or receivable from orders from the Business that originate or are received or accepted or solicited at or from the said premises but delivery or performance thereof is made from or at any place other than the said premises even if payment is made to a person other than the successful tenderer;g. all sums of money or other consideration received or receivable from orders from the Business that originate or are received or accepted or solicited at or from elsewhere but delivery or performance thereof is made from or at the said premises;h. all sums of money or other consideration received or receivable from orders from the Business that are received or accepted or solicited by persons operating from or reporting to the Business carried on or conducted at or from the said premises (including but not limited to all sums of money or other consideration received or receivable from catalogue, mail order, online order and telephone order sales where such sale is received, accepted and recorded at the said premises);

Examples of Total Revenue in a sentence

  • For example, if “Other Income” reported is less than 5% of Total Revenue, no disclosure is necessary.

  • In the case of a Significant Extension which is directly connected with an existing Covered Pipeline, and for which written consent has been provided by the Regulator to treat the extension as an Excluded Extension, Allgas will negotiate with the Regulator to ensure that some portion of the revenue generated from that extension is offset against the Total Revenue calculation in recognition of the role of common or joint assets that form part of the Covered Pipeline.

  • The Reference Tariffs have been determined using a Cost of Service approach where the Total Revenue is calculated on the basis of a rate of return on the capital base plus depreciation of the capital base plus the operating, maintenance and other non-capital costs of the Network.• Cost Reflectivity – The Reference Tariffs reflect a recovery of efficient costs associated with delivering the Services of the Network.

  • This Total Revenue is then smoothed using a Net Present Value approach.

  • For FY 2013 it is anticipated that the primary sources of non-airline revenue for the Airport will be Parking (29.2 percent Total Revenue), Rental Cars (23.8 percent Total Revenue), and Airfield/GA Revenue (11.8 percent Total Revenue).


More Definitions of Total Revenue

Total Revenue means, for any period, consolidated total revenue of the Group as disclosed in the consolidated financial statements of the Parent delivered to the Facility Agent in accordance with Clause 20.1 or 20.2, as the case may be, for that period.
Total Revenue means, in relation to an Issuer that is a Local Authority and for a financial year, the total cash operating revenue of the Issuer and/or the Consolidated Group (as required in accordance with clause 7.5(a)) for that financial year as shown in Financial Statements of the Issuer for that financial year including cash earnings from rates, Government grants and subsidiaries, user charges, interest, dividends and financial andother revenue but not including non-Government capital contributions (such as developer contributions and vested assets).
Total Revenue means the sum of gross patient services revenue, other operating revenue and non-operating revenue.
Total Revenue means all income and proceeds of sales of every kind (whether in cash or on credit) resulting from the operation of the Entertainment Centre and all of the facilities therein which are received or receivable during the period under consideration under the Operator’s system of accounting including, without limitation, all income received from tenants, patrons, lessees, licensees and concessionaires (but not including the gross receipts of such lessees, licensees or concessionaires) and other persons occupying space at the Entertainment Centre and/or rendering services to patrons, all subsidy payments, governmental allowances and awards, the value of any sponsorships, any other form of incentive payments or awards from any source whatsoever which are attributable to the occupation of the Entertainment Centre and the proceeds of use and occupancy insurance actually received by the Operator or the Owner with respect to the operation of the Entertainment Centre (after deduction from said insurance proceeds of all necessary expenses incurred in the adjustment or collection thereof) after deducting any value added tax or betterment levy payable to any Government or statutory authority.
Total Revenue means the Company’s consolidated net sales determined according to U.S. GAAP and reported on the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the applicable year. In determining the Company’s consolidated net sales for purposes of this Award, the Committee may make any adjustments permitted by Section 11 of the Plan.
Total Revenue means the sum of Non-Vendor Revenue and Vendor Revenue, with respect to the APR plus such revenue generated from Designated Subscribers less such revenue generated from Excluded Subscribers, provided that any such revenue generated from the location of an Excluded Subscriber in the calendar year in which such location commences purchasing Galileo Services shall be included in the Total Revenue only for the sales representative who was responsible for such sale of Galileo Services.