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fee,

in property law: see propertyproperty,
rights to the enjoyment of things of economic value, whether the enjoyment is exclusive or shared, present or prospective. The rightful possession of such rights is called ownership.
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in law, manner in which property in land is held. The nature of tenure has long been of great importance, both in law and in the broader economic and political context.
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fee

Remuneration for professional work.

fee

1. Property law
a. an interest in land capable of being inherited
b. the land held in fee
2. (in feudal Europe) the land granted by a lord to his vassal
3. in fee
a. Law (of land) in absolute ownership
b. Archaic in complete subjection
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DeConcini noted that fees for citizenship applications have increased four times in eight years.
Once the remaining legal fee issues move through the courts, a similar division may again develop.
While award fee contracts are used when it is neither feasible nor effective to devise predetermined objective performance targets, it is imperative that award fees be tied to identifiable interim outcomes, discrete events or milestones, as much as possible.
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Even when a market has been created and can consume all the tires, we are now saying a fee is still necessary," though he suggests that states that have successfully abated former stockpiles might consider reducing their fees on new tires.
There's nothing wrong with a nominal fee to help pay costs and to convey the significance of entering the United States.
An automated teller machine operator that imposes a fee on a consumer for initiating an electronic fund transfer or a balance inquiry shall:
Currently, aircraft ranging from 21,000 kilograms to 45,000 kilograms are charged a landing fee of $5.
According to Larson, the BLM levies fees only at sites with service-oriented facilities, like campgrounds.
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But if student life will remain "vibrant" regardless of whether fees are yanked from political groups, the fears of the pro-fee forces are well-grounded on another level.
The statute may prove useful in dealing with some contingent fee agents in that it prohibits some of the more offensive tactics of collection agencies.