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fees, plural;
  1. Make a payment to (someone) in return for services

  1. A payment made to a professional person or to a professional or public body in exchange for advice or services

  2. Money paid as part of a special transaction, e.g., for a privilege or for admission to something
    • - the gallery charges an admission fee
  3. Money regularly paid (esp. to a school or similar institution) for continuing services
    • - high tuition fees required by the schools
  4. An estate of land, esp. one held on condition of feudal service

  1. a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
  2. tip: give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on; "Remember to tip the waiter"; "fee the steward"
  3. an interest in land capable of being inherited
  4. A fee is the price one pays as remuneration for services. Fees usually allow for overhead, wages, costs, and markup.
  5. Fee is a Christian rock and Contemporary worship music band from Alpharetta, Georgia, United States named for the group's founder and front-man Steve Fee. ...
  6. A monetary payment charged for professional services; An estate of inheritance in land, either absolute and without limitation to any particular class of heirs (fee simple) or limited to a particular class of heirs (fee tail); An inheritable estate in land held of a feudal lord on condition of ...
  7. (1. Fees) The basis on which fees will be charged is set out in our letter of engagement. When payment of fees is to be made is set out in our terms of engagement.
  8. (Fees) Up-front costs associated with a loan. Clicking on the word VIEW shown under the "Fees Detail" column on the quotes results page will display detailed information about the financial institution's fees and requirements pertaining to that rate. ...
  9. Fees are additional charges not included in the tuition. Fees may be charged to cover the cost of materials and equipment needed in certain courses; and they may be assessed for student events, programs and publications.
  10. (Fees) Money paid by swimmers for services. (Ie) Practice fees, registration fee, USS membership fee, etc.
  11. (Fees) A charge for services. Court fees payable in various proceedings as set out by regulation.
  12. (Fees) The amount of money you charge for your writing. Different types of writing projects may require different fees. Some writers charge by the word or by the hour; some negotiate a single flat fee. For magazine writing, most writers get paid by the word.
  13. (Fees) Students pay a range of course fees depending on whether they are a local or international student, undergraduate or graduate, or in a fee-paying course or Commonwealth-supported course. A detailed explanation of these fees is available on our Enrolments page.
  14. (3. Fees) You acknowledge that reserves the right to charge for the TNNAP Services and to change its fees from time to time in its discretion. If TNNAP. ...
  15. (Fees) An amount charged by schools, in addition to tuition, to cover costs of institutional services.
  16. (Fees) The charges agencies/consultancies make for the time spent working on client accounts. This is often invoiced in regular monthly installments or quarterly in advance.
  17. (FEES) Amount paid to rider or the cost of nominating, entering or starting a horse in a stakes race.
  18. ("Fees") the fees for the provision of the Services as set out on the Order or proposal for each Service;
  19. (Fees) the hourly rate that your solicitor will charge for his legal services. These will not need to be paid if a no win no fee case is unsuccessful. ...
  20. (3. FEES) As consideration for the services you have selected, you agree to pay to us, or your respective RSP who remits payment to us on your behalf, the applicable service(s) fees. All fees payable hereunder are non-refundable. ...
  21. (Fees) These are charges that cover costs not associated with the student's course load, such as costs of some athletic activities, clubs, and special events.
  22. Transaction fees are fees that are charged for the usage of an account. You may be charged differing amounts depending on the type of transaction that you perform. Examples of transactions that may be charged for are ATM withdrawals, eftpos transactions, Bill payments, and Automatic payments. ...
  23. (Fees) A fixed charge or payment for services associated with a loan transaction.
  24. Fees are agreed verbally between Putney Tutors, on behalf of the tutor, and the client prior to commencement of the tuition. The fees include the tutor’s travel costs, the tutor’s fees and Putney Tutors’ commission. ...
  25. (The fees) charged by the lender for processing the loan are called Loan Origination Fees, and are often shown as % of the loan quantity.