Upset price | Article about upset price by The Free Dictionary
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guaranteed maximum cost
An amount established in an agreement
as the maximum cost of performing specified work on the basis of cost of labor and materials plus overhead expense and profit.
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low upset prices
, which, perversely, punished holdouts.
27 Joseph Weiner, "Conflicting Functions of the Upset Price
in a Corporate Reorganization," Columbia Law Review 27 (Feb.
"With upset prices
accelerating by 196% in 15 months, there is a serious need to rethink the current land delivery model because N$400 per sqm is not affordable for 60% of Windhoek households who will never afford land in Windhoek, let alone housing."