Surcharge


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Surcharge

An additional levy added to some charge.

Surcharge

An additional fee one must pay over and above some other fee. For example, one may be required to pay a surcharge for a late payment, or for using a service under unusual circumstances.
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Fined PS400 with PS85 costs, PS40 victim surcharge and PS150 criminal courts charge (3pts).
Meanwhile the surcharges for westbound transpacific surcharges, from the US to Shanghai, Guangzhou and points beyond, will decrease from USD0.
Ricky Cokely, 22, of Ninian Park Road, Riverside, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
MTMC has received a very positive response from industry on the new fuel surcharge policy, said the coordinator of the MTMC Fuel Board, Ruth Tetreault.
If no record of an installation is uncovered, a second frontage bill will be mailed to reflect the surcharge.
As I mentioned, Regulation E requires disclosure of a surcharge by the ATM operator at the time of the transaction and requires disclosure of fees imposed by the account-holding institution in the initial disclosures, in periodic statements, and in notices of changes in terms for fee increases.
Trans-Atlantic fuel surcharges for shipments from the U.
Conditional discharge for 12 months and ordered to pay PS15 victim surcharge, PS85 costs and PS150 criminal courts charge.
Islamabad -- The local business community in a meeting at Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry lauded the decision of Lahore High Court decision for annulling all kinds of surcharges from electricity bills.
Rhiannon Griffiths, 23, of Marlborough Road, Roath, Cardiff, was fined pounds 60 with pounds 30 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge for having defective brake lights.
Chops Grille - the name tells it all - is another surcharge restaurant found on some ships.
22 to an automatic fuel surcharge that will boost motor carrier revenue in times of wildly fluctuating fuel prices.