Holding Fee

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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Pinnacle's Fountain Pointe at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas, has introduced a holding fee for residents who do not pick up their packages within 72 hours of notification.
The key provisions: Writers can't be exclusive except when being paid; and writers can't be held for more than 90 days under an option without a holding fee of at least one-third of the minimum.
In exchange for exclusivity, MSA agent Shelli Margheritis recommends asking for a holding fee, also known as a retainer.
Animal control officer brought the dogs to the kennel until owner can be contacted; $50 fine issued to owner, as well as a $15 holding fee.
* Sign a Letter of Intent and make a "holding fee" deposit to demonstrate your earnest intention to move forward toward securing the rights to our franchise and acquire the franchise.
But Lara, who runs a market stall in Leicester with Paul, 33, was staggered when the swanky hotel demanded a hefty pounds 825, plus a refundable holding fee of pounds 300.
Mrs Cheatley said: "We feel if it is going to be vested there should be a holding fee. We just want there to be a fair deal for farmers.
"Linda put down a holding fee and we booked a trip the following month so I could see it too."
"They wanted pounds 365 cash only and told me not to bother coming until 10.30am the next day - so they could add on the overnight holding fee. "I was forced to take a morning off work to get the cash and collect the car."
The Check Cashers Act did away with the rollover provision, limiting the agreement to 30 days with no renewal option and a flat holding fee of $10.
In the document, Mr Leahy agrees to sell the bungalow to the Pughs for pounds 79,950 "on condition that he holds the property for four months with a holding fee of pounds 1,000 paid today, which is refundable".
GAO recommends that Congress establish far shorter holding times for unpublished works, perhaps 5 years, after which the library should dispose of the work--unless the author antes up an additional one-time holding fee of $270.