Unamortized Cost

Unamortized Cost

The historical cost of an asset (which is what the owner originally paid for it) less its total depreciation (which is the portion of value removed each year for accounting purposes) up to that point. That is, the unamortized cost of an asset is the value of the asset that has not yet been subtracted for depreciation. This affects the owner's net asset value, but the unamortized cost often has only a rough relationship with the asset's actual fair market value.
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unperformed repair obligations) or require the guarantor to reimburse the landlord for transaction costs in connection with the lease, including the unamortized cost of rent concessions, leasing commissions or tenant improvement allowances.
If a tenant had a five year lease and left at the end of three years, he would pay any unamortized cost.
The third quarter 2006 results will include an approximate $240,000 write-off of the unamortized cost related to the retirement of NFP's previous credit facility.
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As a consequence of this decision, the Company has written down the unamortized cost allocated to the merchant account in the Sureal asset purchase by $378,721.
in December 1998 and the unamortized cost of customer displays.
If the partnership completely disposes of the trade or business for which the costs are incurred (in the case of startup expenses) or liquidates (in the case of organizational expenses) before the 180-month period ends, any unamortized costs are deductible at the time of the disposition or liquidation.
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The company, Centre Tech III, had requested $13,582 to pay for unamortized costs of refinishing the property and the unamortized balance of a real estate commission.
3 million in the first quarter of 2007 in conjunction with the unamortized costs associated with the prior facilities.