fixed rent

fixed rent

[¦fikst ‚′rent]
(mining engineering)
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A rental agreement has increasing or decreasing rent if the annualized fixed rent allocated to a rental period exceeds the annualized fixed rent allocated to any other rental period.
467-1(c)(2)(ii), if fixed rent is not specifically allocated to any rental period by the parties in the rental agreement, the amount of the fixed rent allocated to a rental period is the amount of fixed rent payable during that rental period.
These are contracted on the basis of a fixed rent, which maintenance, support, etc.
9 million in fixed rent (for December through February), as well as the fixed rent for March (the amount was not indicated on the order) by the end of the month.
Many residents who had been told that they would have fixed rent for the rest of their lives have now received eviction notices, while others are trying to manage rent that has nearly tripled.
ii) the fixed rent (such increase hereinafter referred to as the "Cost of Living Adjustment").
The major difference was the degree of control the hacienda administrators could impose on the tenants, with fixed rent tenants having the greatest degree of freedom.
A rental agreement has increasing or decreasing rent if during the lease term the annualized fixed rent allocated to any rental period exceeds the annualized fixed rent allocated to any other rental period.
The Court ordered Marketing to comply with all of its post-bankruptcy obligations under the Master Lease, including the obligations to pay fixed rent and real estate taxes (the "Order").
Agreement Client These are contracted on the basis of a fixed rent, which maintenance, support, etc.
Lease: The building lease called for fixed rent payments, not conditioned on HMI's financial performance.
Nasdaq:ARDNA) announced that it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission an amended Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 28, 2002 and amended Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q for the first and second quarters of 2003 reflecting the previously announced restatement of the prior accounting for real property leases with scheduled fixed rent increases to reflect rental income and expense on a straight-line basis.