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License Fee

An amount of money one must pay in order to acquire a license. For example, one may be required to pay $25 for a driver's license, even after one passes the driver's test. See also: Import license, Export license.
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The reason for the Ministry of Finance's proposal to study regulations on exemption of license fees for public educational institutions is because of the provisions of Decree 139/2016 / ND-CP, public educational institutions cannot Exemption from license fees.
Justice Ijaz Ul Hassan posed questions 'how the license fee is taxable and how would you know that consumer of 300 units possesses TV for use'
According to the global collaboration agreement with Janssen, Ionis is eligible to receive around USD800m in development, regulatory and sales milestone payments and license fees. In addition, Ionis Pharmaceuticals will receive tiered royalties that on average are double-digits on sales from any product that is successfully commercialised.
In the wake of the Oregon Supreme Court decision, Comcast "in the next few weeks" will pay the city $18.75 million to cover the Internet license fee Comcast owes going back to the start of the dispute, said city spokeswoman Jan Bohman.
Deal template: The Netflix license fee for shows from outside studios covers the cost of production plus a premium, usually about 30% of the budget, to allow for a profit.
Software license fees for the twelve-month period were US$27.8 million, a 45% increase compared to the same period last year.
For the more typical master license granted by service, retail, education and other franchise concepts, an initial master license fee is charged based on franchisor costs and on the expected number of units to be opened in a country under an agreed development schedule.
The total deal value amounts to USD 30m, of which USD 0.5m is a license fee upon signing the agreement.
The total of TV license fees paid in fiscal 2004 by viewers of Japan Broadcasting Corp.
"On December 16 of last year, Showman received a strong letter from BMI demanding payment of the balance of her music performance license fee. She owed, according to them, $15!
Importers should reexamine their royalty and license fee agreements and be prepared to support or reconsider any position inconsistent with this new interpretation.
The reduction in the license fee as a percentage of gross gaming revenues from both high-roller VIP (very important person) and mass markets was intended to appease gaming operators after a Supreme Court order removed Pagcor's tax-exempt status.