Holding Fee

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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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Agents claim holding fees cover the costs of vetting potential tenants.
Schools are having to market themselves more aggressively, including overseas, while others are holding fees down or offering more scholarships, bursaries and hardship grants.
Without going into those problems in detail, consider that Langbein and Spotswood-Bright find that associations that provide more services have lower sales prices, even after holding fees constant.
impose a royalty and claim holding fees that would generate millions of dollars for the U.
Upon signing the formal Agreement, Piedmont paid Nevada Eagle Resources $5,000 in cash and reimbursed it $2,274 for claims holding fees.
Out of the six possible options put forward so far by the team led by Professor Rees, the one that seems closest to meeting the concerns of AUT members is the first option - holding fees for students at pounds 1200 per year with the Assembly increasing the amount of public funding it provides for higher education in Wales.
Had the company not incurred the extraordinary severance payments relating to the change in control of the corporation and the high federal holding fees, the company would have operated near break-even.
Upon signing the formal Agreement, Piedmont would pay Nevada Eagle Resources $5,000 in cash plus reimbursement for claim holding fees, or at NER's election, an equivalent amount in Piedmont's Common Stock, with the same amounts being due to NER on the first anniversary of the Agreement.
Active claims for Washington and Oregon combined have dropped 62 percent from 37,000 to 14,000 since the holding fees were legislated last year.
Under the terms of the agreement, AuEx will reimburse Newmont claim holding fees for 2004 and 2005 totaling approximately US$11,000 and is committed to expend US$200,000 in exploration expenses during the first 30 months of the agreement.
Based on calculations estimating current revenues per tank and holding fees constant, the number of tanks in the program could decline to approximately 16,000 before debt service payments would be put at risk.
More than sixty individuals, many from Brevard, have indicated an interest in the property by making reservations with holding fees and indicating preferences for garden homes, condominiums, or free-standing residences.