commission

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Synonyms for commission

an assignment one is sent to carry out

Synonyms for commission

a fee for services rendered based on a percentage of an amount received or collected or agreed to be paid (as distinguished from a salary)

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the act of granting authority to undertake certain functions

the state of being in good working order and ready for operation

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a group of representatives or delegates

a formal statement of a command or injunction to do something

an official document issued by a government and conferring on the recipient the rank of an officer in the armed forces

put into commission

place an order for

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charge with a task

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The first refinancing was done with me paying half of the broker's fee and financing the balance.
Shane Austin Kramer, director of leasing for Bond New York, said the family-owned buildings aren't members of REBNY and don't conform to the usual 15 percent broker's fee.
At 5 per cent of the annual rent, broker's fees can set you back between Dh2,000 and Dh5,000 a year.
uk can assist with producing an EPC, along with providing written guides and instructions on matters such as business valuation and broker's fees.
They are forced to pay 25-30 per cent higher interest in order to get a loan and often have to stump up hefty broker's fees on top.
In September, Love invested about $14,000 in Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT), saving on broker's fees.
The new hiring system will allow Philippine workers seeking legal employment in Taiwan to save between NT$50,000 and NT$100,000 (about $1,500-3,000) in broker's fees, government officials said.
Buying from a direct carrier can include the following benefits: -- Direct claims assistance from your carrier -- Direct customer service including making instant changes -- No broker's start up fees -- No endorsement fees -- No possibility of brokerage going out of business -- No middle man -- No renewal broker's fees Buying from a brokerage can include the following benefits: -- Wider variety of carriers - Possibly lower rate -- More personalized service, the ability to visit agent personally -- The ability to change carriers within the same brokerage if unsatisfied -- Lower hold times when calling -- Able to pay in office location -- Receive documents instantly without the need of fax/email -- Possibly open weekends -- Certain companies only available through brokerages
The same breach was committed by Assurebrook Financial Services of Orpington, Kent, whose ads targeted those with credit problems but didn't mention its broker's fees.