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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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And then there are the in-house productions that involve an imputed license fee exchanged when the network and production entity are one and the same, an accounting device that has sparked lawsuits from profit participants alleging that they were short-changed because of self-dealing.
All-alcohol pouring license fees for local nonprofit clubs, such as the Oxford VFW, will remain at $675.
The license fee is one way to finance it, according to Ofcom.
The fraud and other scandals have since led 747,000 households with viewing contracts with NHK to refuse to pay license fees as of the end of March.
And, largely because of the dance teachers of America and their thousands of petitions sent to Dance Magazine, and brave Thelma Showman, ASCAP and BMI may take another look at their license fees and the manner in which they collect them.
Importers should reexamine their royalty and license fee agreements and be prepared to support or reconsider any position inconsistent with this new interpretation.
The probe was prompted by a complaint filed last year by Germany's association of commercial broadcasters and telecommunication (VPRT), which wants to bar advertising from pubcasters and cut license fees in an effort to level the playing field.
The loss of the funds stems from a 1991 vehicle license fee ``realignment'' program that provided VLF funds to county health, mental health and social service programs, said county Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Sharon Harper.
Yet license fees continue to rise without explanation or account ability.
TVG maintained that Youbet should pay license fees for any wagers placed by Youbet's customers on the tracks listed in the agreement, regardless of whether or not TVG had an exclusive arrangement in place with said track (such as Laurel Park and Pimlico Racecourse).
The cities of Burbank and Pasadena, for example, do not charge license fees for any type of guide dog.
In general, license fees on new shows are four years in length on fall series and 4 1/2 years on midseason shows.