What is non appropriation (“funding out”) language?

What is Non Appropriation (“funding out”) Language?

And why is non-appropriation so important to me?  Great question!  Our municipal leases automatically include non-appropriation (or “funding out”) language wherever required by law.  This municipal leasing FAQ'sunique contract language effectively relieves the government entity of the obligation to pay in the event funds are not appropriated in any subsequent budget period, for any legal reason.

Every governing body must reaffirm their “willingness” and their financial “ability” to pay a municipal lease, every year.

The government entity does this simply by including the lease payments in each budget (no special paperwork).   With just a handful of exceptions, most government entities simply aren’t allowed under state and/or local laws, to incur any municipal obligation without non appropriation language included.  Most governments treat multi-year municipal lease obligations (with non appropriation provisions) as expenses, rather than long term debt.  That’s a very important difference for many governments.

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