agent's fee

  • 1 fee —   Uku. Entrance fee, uku komo. Agent s fee, uku ēkena. Marriage fee, uku male. Usual fee, uku kūmau …

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  • 2 fee letter — England, Wales A letter setting out the amounts and terms of certain fees payable by a borrower under a syndicated facility agreement …

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  • 3 Agent (law) — For other uses of the word Agent, see Agent (disambiguation). This is correctAn Agent in Commercial Law is a person who is authorised to act on behalf of another (called the Principal) to create a legal relationship with a Third Party. Section… …

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  • 4 Agent — The decision maker in a principal agent relationship. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * agent a‧gent [ˈeɪdʒnt] noun [countable] 1. COMMERCE JOBS a person or company that is paid by another person or company to represent them in… …

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  • 5 agent — A party appointed to act on behalf of a principal entity or person. In context of project financing, refers to the bank in charge of administering the project financing. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary For the purpose of the Agent Service, an… …

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  • 6 agent fee — Although you can register your vehicle and obtain your licence from a government office, some states and provinces permit an agent to perform that same service and allow the agent to collect an extra fee for the service. In this way the lineup at …

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  • 7 fee — See acquisition fee agent fee disposition fee trauma fee …

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  • 8 commitment fee — England, Wales commitment fee, Also known as commitment commission. A fee payable by the borrower to the lender under a loan agreement calculated by reference to the amount of the undrawn and uncancelled loan during the availability period. In a… …

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  • 9 Flat-fee MLS — (sometimes referred to as flat rate mls or fixed fee mls ) refers to the practice in the real estate industry of placing pertinent information about a property for sale into the database of the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for a set fee… …

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  • 10 Estate agent — is a British English term for a person or business that arranges the selling, renting or management of homes, land and other buildings, although an agent that specialises in renting is often called a Letting Agent. Estate agents are mainly… …

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  • 11 break-up fee — USA Also known as a break fee or a termination fee. This term has a number of meanings. In the context of: • Mergers and acquisitions, a payment from the seller to the buyer if a merger or acquisition transaction is not completed as a result of… …

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  • 12 termination fee — USA Also known as a break fee or a termination fee. This term has a number of meanings. In the context of: • Mergers and acquisitions, a payment from the seller to the buyer if a merger or acquisition transaction is not completed as a result of… …

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  • 13 Advance-fee fraud — African sting An advance fee fraud is a confidence trick in which the target is persuaded to advance sums of money in the hope of realizing a significantly larger gain.[1] Among the variations on this type of scam are the Nigerian Letter (also… …

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  • 14 Maintenance fee (patent) — Maintenance fees or renewal fees are fees that are paid to maintain a granted patent in force. Some patent laws require the payment of maintenance fees for pending patent applications. Not all patent laws require the payment of maintenance fees… …

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  • 15 Brokerage Fee — A fee charged by an agent, or agent s company to facilitate transactions between buyers and sellers. The brokerage fee is charged for services such as negotiations, sales, purchases, delivery or advice on the transaction. There are many types of… …

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  • 16 Banking agent — A banking agent is a retail or postal outlet contracted by a financial institution or a mobile network operator to process clients’ transactions. Rather than a branch teller, it is the owner or an employee of the retail outlet who conducts the… …

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  • 17 Free agent — For other uses, see Free agent (disambiguation). In professional sports, a free agent is a player whose contract with a team has expired and who is thus eligible to sign with another club or franchise. The term came into wide use in after sports… …

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  • 18 Letting Agent — A letting agent is a United Kingdom term for a facilitator through which an agreement is made between a landlord and tenant for the rental of a residential property. In the UK the agreement between Landlord and tenant is normally formalised by… …

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  • 19 Process agent — A process agent is a representative upon whom court papers may be served. They typically represent carriers or freight forwarders, as a process agent can act to serve as a point of contact and a legal address for contract purposes in a country… …

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  • 20 Customs house agent — (CHA) is a person who is licensed to act as an agent for transaction of any business relating to the entry or departure of conveyances or the import or export of goods at any Customs station. Contents 1 Liabilities on a CHA 2 Essential Features… …

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