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a fixed amount of money charged for a privilege or service

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'The reciprocity fee is required for each visa that is issued, which means both adults and minors whose visa applications are approved will be charged the reciprocity fee.
Galvin says he is seeking suggestions on other methods in lieu of a fee table.
* When should fulcrum fees (1) be preferred over flat fees or other performance fee structures?
Following a finding of fee entitlement in favor of the developer, an extensive hearing was conducted on two fee-related issues: 1) whether all the association's unsuccessful claims were inextricably intertwined with the contract claim, thus justifying fees for all the litigation; (25) and 2) whether the developer was entitled to recover "fees for fees." On the first point, the court found that all the claims arose from the purchase and sale agreements, whether framed in contract, tort, or statute, and were "inextricably intertwined" with the contract, so that fees were awardable for all claims.
Fee: Preconference, $230 (1 day); general conference, $720 (3 days).
Essentially, the legal fees and costs are afforded an above-the-line deduction.
While award fee arrangements should be structured to motivate excellent contractor performance, award fees must be commensurate with contractor performance over a range from satisfactory to excellent performance.
Entrance fee: pounds 45 per team Aug 1: Merseyside Junior Open.
Now, as a "service," companies accept the charges on a card that has reached its credit limit, and then they impose a large fee. Companies should be required to get approval for the practice--either by letting consumers sign up in advance (which few likely would) or by giving customers a choice at the point of sale.
Fee Real Estate stated, "Our initial efforts included contacting FEMA, The Red Cross and the Salvation Army.
The Virginia Department of Taxation collects the fee, which it deposits into a trust fund that the DEQ controls.
In lieu of commissions, an unbiased investment adviser who charges a flat fee can redirect revenue sharing to the plan trust through an open architecture platform.
In October, TEI's Membership Committee recommended and the Board of Directors approved two changes to assist unemployed TEI members--extending the period during which an unemployed member may continue on the membership rolls and substantially lowering the conference fee charged its members in transition.
The way the game was played out in Florida was this: The first "domino" was excessive litigation, often the result of the attorneys' fee provision, which led to settlements that carried enormous attorneys' fees no matter how small the settlement.
Under the amendments to the GLB Act, an ATM operator that imposes a fee on a consumer for an electronic fund transfer (EFT) service is required to provide notice of that fact in a prominent and conspicuous location on or at the ATM where the EFT is initiated.