Holding Fee

Holding Fee

An additional fee paid to an actor in a commercial allowing the advertiser to continue to use that actor's image after the commercial's initial run without seeking further permission.
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In exchange for exclusivity, MSA agent Shelli Margheritis recommends asking for a holding fee, also known as a retainer.
Residuals for television & radio including holding fee tracking and residuals
Animal control officer brought the dogs to the kennel until owner can be contacted; $50 fine issued to owner, as well as a $15 holding fee.
But Lara, who runs a market stall in Leicester with Paul, 33, was staggered when the swanky hotel demanded a hefty pounds 825, plus a refundable holding fee of pounds 300.
Mrs Cheatley said: "We feel if it is going to be vested there should be a holding fee.
Linda put down a holding fee and we booked a trip the following month so I could see it too.
At this point they will be able to reserve their new home without having sold their existing property ( for a holding fee of just pounds 500, which will then become the reservation fee if Charles Church is able to sell their house.
30am the next day - so they could add on the overnight holding fee.
The Check Cashers Act did away with the rollover provision, limiting the agreement to 30 days with no renewal option and a flat holding fee of $10.
In the document, Mr Leahy agrees to sell the bungalow to the Pughs for pounds 79,950 "on condition that he holds the property for four months with a holding fee of pounds 1,000 paid today, which is refundable".
GAO recommends that Congress establish far shorter holding times for unpublished works, perhaps 5 years, after which the library should dispose of the work--unless the author antes up an additional one-time holding fee of $270.
Another proposed out-of-pocket expense is a $100, cash-only annual mine claim holding fee, included in this year's Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act.