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Charge

The document evidencing mortgage security required by Crown Law (law derived from English law). A Fixed Charge refers to a defined set of assets and is usually registered. A Floating Charge refers to other assets which change from time to time (ie. cash, inventory, etc.), which become a Fixed Charge after a default.

Charge

1. To sell at a certain price. For example, if a grocery store sells coffee beans for $7 per pound, it is said to charge $7 per pound for coffee.

2. Informal; to buy something on credit, especially with a credit card or charge card. That is, one who uses a credit card for transactions is said to charge those transactions.
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Baugh and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) are planning to sue, arguing that charging for a jury trial violates the, Constitution's Sixth Amendment (the right to a jury trial) and Fourteenth Amendment (equal protection under the law).
Whatever the merits of these arguments, the percentage of banks charging for the return of deposit items rose a statistically significant amount, from 47 percent in 1989 to 65 percent in 1993 (statistical significance not shown in table).
The charging of a neutral object by the presence of a charged object, as in the example above, is called charging by induction.
Because the MAAC under OBRA-86 merely limited a physician's increase in actual charges from year to year, physicians who were charging significantly in excess of the Medicare reasonable charge prior to adoption of the MAAC were still entitled to charge and collect amounts well above the Medicare reasonable charge for a service, as long as the yearly increase in fees did not exceed the MAAC.
Such electrostatic charging occurs when balloons rub against sweaters, shoes shuffle across carpets and toner particles in photocopiers bump into carrier beads.
The hybrid drive system recovers kinetic energy during regenerative braking; charging the batteries while the bus is slowing down.
By the end of 2013, State Grid had built 19,000 EV charging piles and 400 charging/battery swap stations (including 209 charging stations and 191 battery swap stations), in contrast to 3,528 charging piles and 118 charging/battery swap stations established by China Southern Power Grid, which lays stress on the construction of intelligent charging/battery swap service network in the Pearl River Delta region.