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Undercharge

To assess a buyer too little for a product. For example, one may sell an antique car worth $50,000 for $10,000. Because pricing is somewhat subjective, it can be difficult to determine when someone has been undercharged.
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When the system is undercharged to the point where the receiver is empty, there should be two-phase refrigerant in the liquid line.
If the balance is lower, the borrower was undercharged.
2 million taxpayers, at least 150,000 of them pensioners, could be asked for pounds 600 each because they were undercharged.
Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing (KNH) miscalculated this year's rent rise, meaning thousands of people have been undercharged for the past four months.
Our gas supplier has informed me and 29 other house owners on our estate that as a result of wrongly-marked gas meters, we have been undercharged for our gas for the last three years.
Liverpool Crown Court heard on 11 occasions Thomas Starns, 25, either undercharged two pals or allowed them to take whole trolleys of goods for nothing.
Joe Richards, who was left brain damaged by the assault, has been told his attacker will not be re-prosecuted, despite the businessman's claims he escaped justice because the prosecution undercharged him.
But the charity say they have undercharged for years.
They say we've been undercharged and are asking us to pay the same rate until further notice - but nobody has put a timescale on it.
Conwy and Denbighshire NHS Trust has now stopped paying the surcharge and no longer collect undercharged letters they are not expecting urgently.
Depending on whether you were buying or selling sterling, some customers were undercharged.
Baxter has received one report of a patient death that may be associated with an undercharged battery and one report of a patient death that may be associated with an interruption of therapy due to a false Air Detected alarm.