per diem charge

per diem charge

In mortgage loans, the amount of interest earned by the lender for each day the loan remains unpaid. For purposes of such calculations, some promissory notes define a year as containing 360 days; others define a year as containing 365 days.

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The fundamental difference between a contingent fee arrangement and a fixed fee, per hour, or per diem charge is which party bears the risk of identifying additional undocumented but eligible activities or expenditures to claim.
The trophy fee hunters pay excludes the per diem charge that runs between $300 and $500 a day.
per diem charge, unmatched in Canada though it has counterparts in Europe.
The average per diem charge for inpatient rehabilitation is $700 to $1100 (Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, 1993).
In addition to a per diem charge currently ranging from $45 to $85, depending on locale, a variety of miscellaneous charges results in monthly horse training costs of at least $2,000.
The ink is barely dry on a 3 December 2018, Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) report that examines 'just and reasonable rules and practices' with respect to the assessment of demurrage, detention, and per diem charges by ocean common carriers and marine terminal operators.
The Federal Maritime Commission today published a notice identifying 26 individuals scheduled to testify as witnesses on one of six different panels, at next months hearing exploring issues related to detention, demurrage, and per diem charges raised in a petition filed by the Coalition for Fair Port Practices (Petition P4-16).
Per diem charges piled on top of room service charges.
The veteran's co-payment charges of $764 and per diem charges of $100 are placed on hold pending reimbursement from the carrier.
Analysis of variance was used to determine whether POA categories differed according to continous measures, such as total charges, per diem charges, and length of stay.
In the wake of these disruptive events, the Coalition for Fair Port Practices, comprised of 26 trade associations, Filed a petition in December 2016 with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) asking the agency to "clarify what constitutes 'just and reasonable rules and practices' with respect to the assessment of demurrage, detention, and per diem charges by ocean common carriers and marine terminal operators when ports are congested or otherwise inaccessible." Why are shippers being penalized when their trucks can't get into the port?
The Federal Maritime Commission today announced January 16 and 17, 2018 as the dates it will hold public hearings to receive testimony from maritime industry witnesses regarding a petition filed by the Coalition for Fair Port Practices (Petition P4-16) that raised issues associated with detention, demurrage, and per diem charges.