Holding Fee

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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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While I have been told that there are many dentists taking NHS patients, investigations from my office have shown that these are few and far between and often only offering long waiting lists or charging holding fees.
The Memorandum of Agreement negotiated in 2013 addressed this issue with a step toward a concrete remedy by providing that an arbitrator can consider, as a remedy for a breach of a principal performer's exclusivity obligation, allowing the aggrieved advertiser to continue to run the commercial but withhold payment of future holding fees and residuals.
Agents claim holding fees cover the costs of vetting potential tenants.
Schools are having to market themselves more aggressively, including overseas, while others are holding fees down or offering more scholarships, bursaries and hardship grants.
Without going into those problems in detail, consider that Langbein and Spotswood-Bright find that associations that provide more services have lower sales prices, even after holding fees constant.
Holding fees, patent moratoria, Wetlands, ESA, rewrites of the 3809 regulations and on and on.
Out of the six possible options put forward so far by the team led by Professor Rees, the one that seems closest to meeting the concerns of AUT members is the first option - holding fees for students at pounds 1200 per year with the Assembly increasing the amount of public funding it provides for higher education in Wales.