Penalty Fee

Penalty Fee

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penalty fee the penalty is based on the amount of net consideration for the contractual quantity affected by the breach of contract.
The LTO XI imposes a P2,000 penalty fee for violators.
Manchester magistrates' court heard how Bent pleaded guilty online and indicated he had sent his licence and a fixed penalty fee to the DVLA.
A broker will also be fined P1,625 per container as late penalty fee if his delivery truck arrived beyond two hours from the booked time and P3,251 per container as no-show penalty fee if his delivery truck arrived beyond three hours from the booked time.
Sources from the Punjab Wildlife Department say that the hunters continue to flout the rules because of the negligible penalty fee and punishment.
'The decision came after continued cases of some passengers abusing the penalty fee system and cancelling their flight tickets right before takeoff, even after completing immigration and boarding the plane,' Korean Air said in a statement.
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There is also a reported 'penalty fee' of [euro]2.5m, which Wolves would have to pay if they were to back out of the deal.
A penalty fee has been set according to the tuition fee of each student and the PCP has offered the accreditation only for two years, conditioning it with the fulfilment of penalties, official said.
The penalty fee exists so that one of Obamacare's core provisions, the preexisting conditions statute, can be effective.
Should applicants opt to repay their dues earlier than the 54 instalments allowed, they stand to benefit from a commensurate reduction to the added penalty fee that could run up to 27 per cent.