ICANN Resolutions » 2004-11-15 - Extension of Marina del Rey Office Lease

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2004-11-15 - Extension of Marina del Rey Office Lease

Resolution of the ICANN Board
Extension of Lease for Office Space

Board authorizes the President and General Counsel to enter into an extention of the agreement for office space on behalf of ICANN.

Administration and Budget
Meeting Date: 
周一, 15 十一月 2004
Resolution Number: 
Implementation Actions: 
  • Enter into extension of lease
    • Responsible entity: President and General Counsel
    • Due Date: None specified
    • Completion date: 2004
Resolution Text: 

Whereas, the University of Southern California, from which the Corporation currently subleases its offices in Marina del Rey, has offered to extend the sublease for one year from 1 October 2005 to 30 September 2006.

Whereas, the Board determines that the extension of this sublease is in the best interests of the organization;

Resolved [04.96] that the President and General Counsel are authorized on behalf of ICANN to enter into an extension to the lease for ICANN's present offices in Marina del Rey for an additional year, with rent plus property taxes and utilities not to exceed US$300,000 for this period, consistent with this year's and previous years' budgets.

[This resolution was unanimously approved by the Board.]

Additional Information: 
  • Funding identified in resolution.