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a fixed amount of money charged for a privilege or service

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If, however, testimony is elicited that reasonably may be considered to be opinions based on specialized skill and knowledge that fall within Federal Rule of Evidence 702, then the physician may properly be characterized as an expert witness and is entitled to a reasonable fee for time spent in responding to discovery.
So the "sole" standard for the determination of a reasonable fee for an injured worker's attorney is a percentage (roughly 10 percent) of the "benefits achieved.
Barry Town are happy to pay a fair and reasonable fee for use of Jenner Park - and we are happy to allow other teams the use of our changing rooms and stand in return for a fair and reasonable fee.
The new rules provide for the secured party to charge a reasonable fee to attend a settlement closing, unless held at the office of the secured party.
Anybody wishing to have their website designed and hosted for a very reasonable fee should contact Scott's website.
We receive numerous telephone calls and comments from people who feel the Adventure Pass is a reasonable fee, and that they can see the improvements and appreciate the good things that have come out of it.
The survey found the most difficult an least precise aspect of professional compensation in bankruptcy cases is determining a reasonable fee.
The Order entered by the Court appointing me as guardian ad litem says that the Court will determine a reasonable fee.
Edwards said: 'I have had a chat with the gaffer and been told that they will let me go for a reasonable fee.
Mijatovic is surplus to requirement at Real, with boss John Toshack planning to change his side for next season and prepared to sell him for a reasonable fee.
For a reasonable fee, one artist will sculpt a quick study of the attendee, suitable for subsequent firing or, in its raw form, placement on the living room mantel.
When a professional is used, provision should be made to pay this person a reasonable fee.
Senior citizens are prepared to pay a reasonable fee to remain useful members of society, thereby easing personal degrees of health, stress etc.
The centre half was in Graham Souness's Benfica squad at first, but has been told he can leave for a reasonable fee.
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