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Business Escalation would cooperate in extending CIISs advanced Enterprise Imaging Platform (EIP), which is the core technology to formulate business process automation solutions, mainly in the financial and accounting functions.
The ministry said it has sent out letters to Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Iyad Madani, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Nabil Elaraby, the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and Jordans Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh, and called for an emergency Islamic summit to examine the latest Israeli escalations at the Mosque.
| GAZA, Oct 16 (KUNA) -- The dismissed Palestinian government, led by the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), here on Tuesday warned of fallouts and outcomes of Israeli escalation against the Gaza Strip.
Their lease reflects an aggregate rent of $3 million dollars with a base rent of $26 psf plus escalations and buildout.
With a construction project of short duration, you probably know, or can guess, whether there will be wage increases or an escalation in materials prices.
There are two primary types of leases when it comes to a discussion of escalations: net leases, in which the tenant is responsible for all operating and some or all capital costs; and gross leases, in which the tenant is only responsible for increases in operating expenses above some predetermined base.
The annual statement of operating expenses for the base year serves as the foundation for calculating operating expense escalations for all future escalation years during the lease term.
Likewise, while a corporation can pass thru to its customers a portion of the inflation rate in higher prices, it is generally not possible to pass through 100% of such escalations.
D) The Fixed Increment is the final method of implementing escalations. It is entirely coincidental if this method generates an escalation charge that equals a property's actual cost experience.
Most commercial leases contain a tax escalation clause which provides that the tenant will pay as additional rent his proportionate share of any increase in real estate taxes on the entire building.
Although tenants expect to pay their share of cost increases due to inflation and normal wear and tear, those tenants who occupy partially vacant space may be overcharged for escalations as the building is leased up.
Most commercial and retail leases in New York City have some form of built-in rental escalations. Real estate taxes, porter wages, operating expenses and ties to the Consumer Price Index head a menu of options available to tenants which brokers say are unique to New York City's rental market.