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Charge

The document evidencing mortgage security required by Crown Law (law derived from English law). A Fixed Charge refers to a defined set of assets and is usually registered. A Floating Charge refers to other assets which change from time to time (ie. cash, inventory, etc.), which become a Fixed Charge after a default.

Charge

1. To sell at a certain price. For example, if a grocery store sells coffee beans for $7 per pound, it is said to charge $7 per pound for coffee.

2. Informal; to buy something on credit, especially with a credit card or charge card. That is, one who uses a credit card for transactions is said to charge those transactions.
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Envisaged solutions--The solutions envisaged here refer to the importance of considering the needs of each patient and that of following his/her level of adaptation to the illness in order to enable the nurses to guide him/her in the process of taking charge of his/her health.
Does he want to remain stuck in the established patterns of his life thus far or does he want to escape by making his own decisions and taking charge of his life?
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Station commanders are taking charge of the city's four fire stations in the biggest shake-up of the fire service in nearly 30 years.
He was named a director in 1997, taking charge of the business development unit and then the North America unit.
FIVE-TIMES champions Leicester surged into yet another Tetley's Bitter Cup quarter-final, trailing 13-10 at half-time before taking charge, with left winger Leon Lloyd scoring a try in each half.
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Sbragia enjoyed taking charge of the Under-21 side but said: "It was only one game and that's it as far as I'm concerned.