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a fixed amount of money charged for a privilege or service

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The state's new rules allow AMCs to use "objective third-party information such as government agency fee schedules, academic studies and independent private sector surveys" as evidence for what constitutes reasonable and customary fees.
The PPO usually has a wider list of health care professionals from which to choose who have agreed to charge the PPO's usual and customary fees.
The prevailing-charge files were also the source for the 50th percentile customaries in situations where a true customary fee was not present.
drove his pickup truck loaded with curtains to the Hatta checkpoint where he offered Dh50 in bribe to the customs inspector to allow him into Dubai without paying the required customary fees in May.
Contractor must submit their current price list reflecting their usual and customary fees and indicate trade discounts offered in the spaces provided.
CBL now holds a 10% ownership position in the asset and is responsible for leasing and managing, earning customary fees.
Well, if you pay me my customary fees, I'll let you know
Tickets go on sale at 9am today, pounds 45 plus the customary fees, from www.
I do hear from appraisers that had they not found some direct-lending work or AMCs that pay reasonable and customary fees they would be considering retiring earlier than planned from the profession.
Atlantis also offers members access to ASH's ChooseHealthy[R] program, with discounts off usual and customary fees from a national network of more than 6,000 credentialed providers, including acupuncturists and massage therapists.
The amendment includes requirements that appraisers be paid reasonable and customary fees.
Reasonable and customary fees may be a thing of the past, replaced by fixed prices that are in line with market, not insurer, expectations.
Some states honor the usual and customary fees for services, while others have no fee schedule and charge a percentage of the customary community rate.