fixed charge


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a periodic charge that does not vary with business volume (as insurance or rent or mortgage payments etc

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Those above 33 kilovolts will continue paying a fixed charge of Sh17,000.
Around 442 officers were authorised to wipe fixed charge notices between 2009 to 2012.
0x, decreases minimum fixed charge coverage ratio from 1.
The official has revealed the need for power fixed charges, against the backdrop of minimal power production and the quest for infrastructure development in the power industry.
Fixed charge receivership is a specialised, complex, and potentially highly-litigious area, requiring a great breadth of knowledge and experience in order to provide the best advice.
Charges from Monday to Saturday are 70p an hour between 8am and 6pm, a pounds 1 fixed charge from 6pm to 10pm and a further pounds 1 for the hours between 10pm and 8am every day.
But banks have also felt able to allow those companies to withdraw and generally make use of the proceeds of those book debts without the status of the fixed charge being affected.
There was a debenture over the company's assets which purported to create a fixed charge on the book debts outstanding on the receivers' appointment.
NTT's decision to cut the fixed charge for access to the Internet was prompted by increasing competition from inexpensive access services, industry sources said.
This agreement permits specific capital expenditures that will not be included in the fixed charge calculation through the third quarter of 2013, lowers the minimum fixed charge coverage ratio and raises the maximum permitted leverage ratio, with a new pricing tier, through to 30 June 2014.
In a parliamentary reply, Mr Ahern said: "Legislation providing for the issue of fixed charge notices provides that paying the fixed charge is a discretionary option for the recipient of the fixed charge notice.
NTT East and NTT West have already revealed they plan to offer a time limit-free fixed charge of some 10,000 yen for heavy Internet users via ISDN in metropolitan areas starting in November.
The 'BB+' IDR reflects AEC's good fixed charge coverage ratio that is driven by a consistently performing multifamily property portfolio primarily focused in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the U.
One of the objectives of penalty point notices was to keep fixed charge cases out of court.
On a risk-adjusted basis, Fitch believes FR's fixed charge coverage ratios during the 12 months ending March 31, 2007, are low for the rating category.