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  • n. Plural form of proration.

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Examples

  • The aggregate purchase price of the properties is approximately $1.4 billion, adjusted for closing costs and prorations of taxes, operating expenses, leasing costs and other items.

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  • On September 9, 2011, the Company completed the acquisition of 625 Second Street in San Francisco, for a total gross purchase price of $56.4 million before closing costs and prorations, including the assumption of an existing $33.7 million loan.

  • On July 26, 2011, the Company completed the acquisition of 604 Arizona in Santa Monica, for a total gross purchase price of $21.5 million before closing costs and prorations.

  • On July 1, 2011, the Company executed a purchase agreement to acquire 6922 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, for a total gross purchase price of $92.5 million before closing costs and prorations, including the assumption of an existing $42.0 million loan.

  • On August 18, 2011, the Company completed the acquisition of 275 Brannan Street in San Francisco, for a total gross purchase price of $12.25 million before closing costs and prorations.

  • The purchase remains subject to closing costs and prorations and the assumption of a $30.0 million loan.

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  • The second case will be concerned with whether the Alabama state legislature has the authority to protect certain agencies from prorations if state cannot meet funding demands for all the state's prorations.

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  • Items A and B DOES NOT account for Seller's concessions, property tax and HOA prorations

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  • "We've been through prorations before, and we know that we don't have any choice, and if we don't have that built up then you end up needing to borrow money."

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  • ** All compensation will be subject to customary prorations.

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