These are typically the critical, highly negotiated clauses, such as a bonus clause
Whilst I understand that individual cases cannot be given the same situation as car insurance with a no-claim bonus clause
, as an elderly person with a clean slate and healthy disposition being lumped into the maternity price range, is really only a money making scheme for the insurers.
That number triggers a bonus clause
in Edelman's contract, which guarantees him an extra $250,000 .
Wages could be a stumbling block, but one suggestion is that Bellamy takes a pay cut but works in a significant bonus clause
if the club gain promotion.
How could I be doing anything wrong when the bonus clause
was written into my contract by my chairman Karl Oyston when he offered me the job of Blackpool manager?
He would, like Fowler and many Cardiff players, have a bonus clause
in his contract based on goals and promotion.
Fast forward a year and Whalley had re-established himself in the City first-team, racking up 12 straight appearances ahead of the trip to Preston on April 24, taking him to 23 appearances and one short of the bonus clause
When Dowie took over, Palace were hovering around the relegation zone and that is why Jordan was prepared to include the astonishing promotion bonus clause
The team insured a bonus clause
that would pay a large sum to Mogilny if he scored a certain number of goals in any one of three seasons.
Chairman Bryan Richardson has offered the centre-half a lucrative new deal with a bonus clause
which would see him get improved terms if City are promoted back to the Premiership.
The officials were motivated to turn a blind eye by a Woodstock contract bonus clause
worth as much as $500,000, critics charge.
The contract also has a bonus clause
for operators who used the conservation tillage practices in 2007.