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Fee Real Estate agents packed up ample amounts of underwear, socks and t-shirts and shipped them off to the Church.
DeConcini noted that fees for citizenship applications have increased four times in eight years.
Once the remaining legal fee issues move through the courts, a similar division may again develop.
While award fee contracts are used when it is neither feasible nor effective to devise predetermined objective performance targets, it is imperative that award fees be tied to identifiable interim outcomes, discrete events or milestones, as much as possible.
Virginia has been charging a 50-cent fee on each new tire sold in the state since 1989.
1) Provide notice that a fee will be imposed for providing electronic fund transfer services or a balance inquiry; and
The fee changes are expected to generate an additional $120,000 for the airport, although McFadden says that amount still won't be enough to offset cost increases.
A recent University of Massachusetts-Amherst study found that low-income residents of New Hampshire and Vermont have cut back on their use of public lands since the Forest Service began charging fees for hikers and other wilderness users in the region.
In a pricey market, seniors are generally more reluctant to pay relatively high, $3,000-a-month plus service fees rather than committing to a one-time entry fee with a lower monthly service fee.
The judges not only supported Southworth's contention that the fees violated his First Amendment rights but struck down the university's argument that subsidizing political activities was "germane" to its educational mission.
Trademark processing fees "appear to be aligned with costs," according to a new report by the General Accounting Office (GAO), an investigatory arm of Congress.
Tax executives may become involved with contingent fee auditors either directly on behalf of the corporation or perhaps on behalf of a group of employees caught within the bounty hunter's sometimes overreaching net.
Preset fees are usually based on a national or regional fee schedule.
Even though the plaintiff was found by the Court to be technically a prevailing party in the litigation, the Court stated that the most critical factor in determining the reasonableness of a fee award is the degree of success obtained.