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costs, legal:

see damagesdamages,
money award that the judgment of a court requires the defendant in a suit to pay to the plaintiff as compensation for the loss or injury inflicted. Damages are the form of legal redress most commonly sought.
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However typical prices are now around 135,000 euros for a two bedroom house, and 160,000 euros for a three bedroom house, plus around 20,000 euros for taxes, purchase costs, legal and estate agent's fees.
In the letter NACDS addressed concerns with some of the recommendations, including technological issues, costs, legal restrictions, prescriber requirements and container and label size limitations as well as linguistic challenges.
The fragmentation of contract law in the EU adds to costs, legal uncertainty for businesses and consumers' lack of confidence in the single market, explains the Commission.
4bn through asset sales to meet the clean-up costs, legal fees and damages emerging from the tragic event.
There are also licensing charges, visa costs, legal charges and accounting charges.
The funds might be expected to fund a bridge bank, finance a total or partial transfer of assets and/or liabilities, finance a good bank/bad bank split and cover administrative costs, legal and advisory fees, the Commission said.
Thousands of people risk higher insurance costs, legal action and compensation claims, simply because they don't collect the right information at the scene of the accident.
The owners were also paid pounds 15,000 each to cover removal costs, legal fees and other expenses.
Despite the drive for lower costs, legal buyers were not supportive of firms outsourcing, with 67 per cent feeling negative about law firms outsourcing legal processes to companies in emerging markets, such as India.
The staff is expected to review the costs, legal concerns and other issues inherent in the 17-page "good governance" proposal drafted by Commissioner Bill Fleenor.
Compliance with the proposed six-month effective date would force cities and towns to alter substantially existing projects, redraft plans, possibly rescind contracts, seek new bids, obtain new or additional financing and establish new construction schedules that could result in additional costs, legal difficulties and substantially delay completion of necessary projects.