In other words, the charge must be the provider's usual fee
, similar to what other local providers charge, and reasonable for the service in question.
Like all acts on the bill, the headliners agreed to wave their usual fee
so all monies including bar profits can be donated to Cancer Research UK, Brain Tumour Research and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
When you receive your March "extra" exam results, you will have an additional period (21-26 March) in which to enter the May exams without being charged the usual fee
for late entries.
It follows the council's decision to ask residents who claim Jobseeker's Allowance - and currently pay no council tax - to pay 20 per cent of the usual fee
, which means they face bills of around PS200.
He reportedly got $1 million for his effort that evening in Houston, compared to Pacquiao's usual fee
in the eight-digit stratosphere.
Instead of charging their usual fee
for drawing up a basic will during November, solicitors will invite clients to make a donation to the Will Aid group of charities, including Age UK, British Red Cross, NSPCC and Save the Children.
During the peak family holiday season of July and August, the airline is charging pounds 20 each way for a 15kg bag, pounds 5 more than its usual fee
Will Aid allows people to have a basic will professionally drawn up by a solicitor who will not charge their usual fee
Her usual fee
was seven quid or something but she said 20 quid for 'putting up with that'," Pearson revealed.
Before his time the usual fee
- if any - was a pup from the litter.
The Priory , the celebs' fave rehab facility , has found a whole new addiction which, for the usual fee
, they can help you overcome.
In no-win no-fee cases a cost judge decides how much law firms can charge - it can range from an extra 5pc to 100pc of their usual fee
, based on the risk taken and the work put into the case.