* A reasonable, pre-arranged fixed charge
per matter referred to the lawyer that varies based on the type of matter only if the varying charge is based on demonstrably different marketing and administrative costs rather than the perceived value of the case.
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simplify the billing structure?
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T]he essential characteristic of a floating charge, the characteristic that distinguishes it from a fixed charge
, is that the asset subject to the charge is not finally appropriated as a security for the payment of the debt until the occurrence of some future event.
The ratemaking principle that fixed costs should be recovered through fixed charges
(such as the customer charge and demand charge) and variable costs should be recovered through variable charges (such as the energy charge and the wholesale power cost adjustment charge) helps to eliminate cross subsidies among customers.
Therefore, becoming an RICS RPR, and a Fellow of NARA, will give potential clients confidence in LSH's ability to carry out the role and duties of a fixed charge
"Moody's believes the resolution of the REIT's [real estate investment trust's] nonperforming assets will be a protracted process, and as a result, EBITDA [earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization] will erode and fixed charges
could deteriorate to levels close to its bond covenant threshold."
This is particularly the case for the fixed charge
"Until now it has been accepted practice that banks have been able to take a fixed charge
over companies' book debts on condition that the proceeds of those debts are paid into a designated bank account.
Our fixed charge
was pounds 130 and the charge based on rateable value is just pounds 8.50.
The FSA said it dropped the fixed charge
proposal after consultation with the industry.
By contrast, cash flow loans typically come with stringent -- sometimes highly restrictive -- financial covenants, such as a leverage ratio maximum, fixed charge
coverage, interest coverage and minimum EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization).