Option Fee


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Option Fee

In Texas, a fee the potential buyer of real estate may pay the seller in exchange for the agreement not to sell to anyone other than the potential buyer for a (usually short) period of time. An option fee should not be confused with earnest money, which is related but different.
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As a result of the GSK decision to exercise the option, Liquidia will receive an option fee, continued R&D funding, and potential product-based development and regulatory milestone payments.
Once a project is selected, the company will pay BioLineRx an option fee of $5 million, as well as finance half of the remaining development costs and will have a sole right of first negotiation to license from BioLineRx.
A minimum of $200 from each custom color option fee will be donated to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
While sellers get an option fee and potential buyer, tenants get to live-in the property and try out the neighbourhood before actually settling in for the long term.
Once the option period has expired the seller is free to negotiate with any other buyer and keeps the option fee by way of compensation for his lost opportunity.
Investment option fee and expense information, past performance data, comparable benchmark returns, and a website address
21, Final Payment pounds 7800, Option fee payable with Final Payment pounds 295, Total Amount Payable pounds 35,457.
The county will keep the $22,000 option fee the bank paid last fall to hold the property for 180 days, Simas said.
The discount is based on total rent paid, not including the monthly option fee.
Somaxon has already paid BioTie an option fee of USD 0.
But remember, the developer will have to pay a reasonable option fee to take the property off the market and that fee will not be refunded if the buyer does not proceed.