Contingent Rent

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Contingent Rent

Rent that varies depending on a certain condition. For example, the owner of a property may index its rent to the tenant's monthly income. A contingent rent system may be more beneficial for the lessee than the lessor.
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While there is a general agreement among those surveyed that the renewal options and contingent rents should be included in the measurement, there are concerns about the subjectivity surrounding the estimation of renewal probability, renewal rent and contingent rent, as well as the administrative burden of the required reassessment of those estimates every reporting period.
Estimates of the lease term, including renewals and contingent rents must be made not only at inception of the lease, but at every reporting date in order to determine the appropriate measure of the right of use asset and lease liability.
Capitalized lease values will include base rent, residual payments, obligated renewals and contingent rents.
8 million for contingent rents recognized under the previous method.
Use of fund balances beyond those anticipated in the sponsor's forecast or imposition of contingent rents to rental car companies in order to fully support project cashflow requirements under the bond documents and rental car concession agreements may change the rating.
Contingent rents are rental payments based on the percentage of the retailer's sales.
On May 21, 1998, the Financial Accounting Standards Board's Emerging Issues Task Force issued EITF 98-9, "Accounting for Contingent Rent in Interim Financial Periods," (EITF 98-9), which provides guidance on recognition of rental income during interim periods for leases which provide for contingent rents (commonly referred to as "percentage rents").
Even if contingent rents are imposed, strong incentive remains for the PRCCs to support and use the RCF given that it allows them to shed the cost of maintaining their own facilities and shuttle bus services.
On May 21, 1998, the Financial Accounting Standards Board's Emerging Issues Task Force issued EITF 98-9, "Accounting for Contingent Rent in Interim Financial Periods" (EITF 98-9), which provides guidance on recognition of rental income during interim periods for leases which provide for contingent rents (commonly referred to as "percentage rents").
The proposed requirements related to lease term, contingent rents and remeasurement will be difficult and time consuming to implement and to account for on a recurring basis.
Adjustment of the CFC rate or imposition of contingent rents could have adverse effects on rental car demand in the New Orleans market;
This guidance would not apply to guarantee contracts issued by insurance companies, a lessee's residual value guarantee embedded in a capital lease, contingent rents and price rebates.