escalator clause

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a clause in a contract that provides for an increase or a decrease in wages or prices or benefits etc

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As recently as a few years ago, landlords were in the practice of tying escalation clauses to the Consumer Price Index, a popular figure that reflects inflation.
In this regard, the Supreme Court held that there is nothing inherently wrong with escalation clauses, which maintain fiscal stability and retain the value of money in long-term contracts.
price fixing 3 years optional one year extension with cost escalation clauses.
Escalation clauses, which were intended to keep a rental rate current with inflation and market increases, were a significant cause of the most current trend of having no CPI escalation.
Matters he has been involved with include successfully challenging valuations, obtaining tax exemptions for new construction and redevelopment, rendering opinions on the potential taxation of projects, and the negotiation, drafting, auditing and defense of lease tax escalation clauses.
Price fixing 3 Years, optional extension to cost escalation clauses.
Nadler also has extensive experience in the real estate sector where her expertise encompasses such areas as acquisition due diligence, financing agreements, and rent escalation clauses of leases.
Revenues have become increasingly predictable due to the recent ability of the authority to garner 10-year contracts with shipping lines structured with minimal annual guarantees and escalation clauses in regard to both volume and revenue.
Nadler also has experience in the real estate sector where her expertise encompasses such areas as acquisition due diligence, financing agreements, rent escalation clauses of leases, and partnership tax returns.
Moreover, improved pricing due to tight transportation supply and fuel surcharges combined with cost escalation clauses in multi-year customer contracts are driving revenue gains.
Also of significance is the Conde Nast move out of about 145,665 square-feet at the nearby 360 Madison Avenue, where they are paying top dollar due to years of escalation clauses.