To recover overcharges
, insurers may file an independent lawsuit, join a class-action suit or join a group of "opt-out" insurers.
This comes four years after the disclosure of widespread overcharges
by thrifts holding such mortgages.
Thus, there could be a difference of hundreds of millions of dollars between how much it did overcharge
, and how much it might have overcharged.
The National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) includes a sample overcharge
claim form titled, "Standard Form for Presentation of Overcharge
There could be as much as pounds 4billion in overcharges
owed by banks to business customers," he said.
Since April 2003, overcharge
notices have been placed in store windows at more than 200 locations.
Pursuant to a 1997 enactment, the New York State Legislature amended the Rent Stabilization Law to provide that "no determination of an overcharge
and no award or calculation of an award of the amount of an overcharge
" could be based upon an overcharge
having occurred more than four years before the complaint is filed.
When an overcharge
is $1 or less, the violation is considered an infraction punishable by a maximum fine of $100.
On March 21, DHCR began a new overcharge
procedure using a new overcharge
complaint form, while the old form is still being used for ETPA and rent control cases.
LAHORE -- Transporters will not be allowed to overcharge
menu, select ``Buyer Beware Program: Latest Scanner Overcharge
Information'' to go to the ``Attention Consumer Notices'' Web page.