fee

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Englisch - Türkisch
ücret

Buraya giriş ücreti ödemelisiniz. - You must pay the admission fee here.

Avukatın ücreti çok yüksekti. - The lawyer's fee was very high.

harç

Hiç gizli harçlar var mı? - Are there any hidden fees?

Ben harçları göze alamam. - I can't afford the fees.

hold in fee mülken mutasarrıf olm
şartsız veraset
bahşiş vermek
vergin
giriş vergini
vizite
{f} ödemek

Üyelik ücretini ödemek için yeterli paraya sahip olmayan tek kişi ben değilim. - I'm not the only one who doesn't have enough money to pay the membership fee.

duhuliye
tımar
doktor ücreti
(Mukavele) ücret; giriş ücreti; mülk
hususi bir varisler sınıfına munhasır olmayan mülk
{f} ücretli olarak tutmak
{i} mirasla edinilen mülk
{f} ücretini vermek
zeamet
giriş ücreti

Buraya giriş ücreti ödemelisiniz. - You must pay the admission fee here.

Giriş ücreti ne kadardır? - How much is the entrance fee?

fee simple mülk
ücret vermek
aidat

Katılım için üyelik aidatı yok. - There's no membership fee for joining.

(Ticaret) bedel
fiyat
ödül

Bu çok ödüllendirici bir duygu. - It's a very rewarding feeling.

harcı
resim

Sadece yiyecek resimlerine bakmak bana mide bulantısı hissettiriyor. - Just looking at a picture of food makes me feel nauseous.

sınav harcı
fees
harç

Ben harçları göze alamam. - I can't afford the fees.

Hiç gizli harçlar var mı? - Are there any hidden fees?

fee collected
alınan ücret
fee description
fiyat açıklaması
fee fishery
(Denizbilim) ücretli balıkçılık
fee in a brothel
vizite
fee of attorney
(Kanun) ücreti vekalet
fee of attorney
(Kanun) vekil ücreti
fee of hearing
(Kanun) celse harcı
fee schedule
ücret akışı
fee schedule id
(Bilgisayar) fiyat no
fee schedules
(Bilgisayar) ücret günlükleri
fee schedules
(Bilgisayar) ücret bilgileri
fee tariff
(Kanun) harç tarifesi
fee a waiter
garsona bahşiş vermek
fee damages
maddi hasar tazminatı
fee based services
Ücret tabanlı hizmetler
fee contraction
ücretin düşürülmesi, ücret daralması
fee of
ücreti
fee simple interest
(Emlak) Mutlak aynı hak
fee tail
ücret kuyruk
fee tv
ücretli tv
fee waiver
ücreti feragat
fee-based
Ücret tabanlı
fee-for-service
için ücretli hizmet
fee-paying
ücretlidir
overseas exit fee
Yurt dışı çıkış harcı
slotting fee
(Bilim, İlim) Bir ürünü rafta bulundurma bedeli
admission fee
(Ticaret) duhuliye
concession stand fee
stand ücreti
course fee
kurs ücreti
court fee
(Kanun) mahkeme harcı
court fee
(Kanun) mahkeme ücreti
degree fee
(Eğitim) derece harcı
distribution fee
(Kanun) tevzi harcı
expert fee
(Kanun) bilirkişi ücreti
expert fee
(Kanun) ehlivukuf ücreti
fees
(Politika, Siyaset) vergiler
fees
(Diş Hekimliği) fiyat
fees
ücretler

Buradaki net-kafeler öğrencilere yiyecek ve içecek sağlamaktadır; ücretler yaklaşık saati bir pounddan başlamaktadır. - The net-cafes here cater to students; fees start at around a pound an hour.

Öğrenim ücretlerindeki bir artışı duyurdular. - They announced an increase in tuition fees.

fees
(Ticaret) aidatlar
fees
(Eğitim,Politika, Siyaset) harçlar

Ben harçları göze alamam. - I can't afford the fees.

Hiç gizli harçlar var mı? - Are there any hidden fees?

franchise fee
(Ticaret) imtiyaz ücreti
freight fee
(Ticaret) navlun ücreti
handling fee
(Turizm) hizmet ücreti
handling fee
(Turizm) hizmet bedeli
incentive fee
(Ticaret) teşvik ücreti
incentive fee contract
(Ticaret) teşvik ücretli sözleşme
legal fee
(Kanun) harç
subscription fee
abonelik bedeli
surrender fee
Satın alma değeri
tuition fee
(Eğitim) öğrenci katkı payı
admission fee
giriş vergini
appraisal fee
ekspertiz vergini
attorney's fee
ücreti vekalet
bail fee
kefalet parası
club fee
kulüp aidatı
consulting fee
danışmanlık vergini
counsel fee
vekâlet vergini
engineering fee
mühendislik vergini
entrance fee
duhuliye
entrance fee
giriş vergini
entry fee
kayıt vergini
express fee
ekspres posta vergini
filing fee
dosya vergini
front end fee
yönetim komisyonu
legal fee
yasal ücret
licence fee
lisans vergini
registration fee
kayıt vergini
reservation fee
yer ayırma vergini
transfer fee
devir vergini
transfer fee
transfer vergini
account operating fee
hesap işletim ücreti
advance fee
avans ücreti
anchorage fee
liman bekleme ücreti
annual fee
yıllık ücret
appeal fee
Başvuru ücreti
arrangement fee
düzenleme ücreti
bench fee
bölüm katkı ücreti
commitment fee
taahhüt komisyonu
congestion fee
Büyük şehirlerde trafiğin yoğun olduğu bölgelere giriş ücreti
consolidation fee
füzyon masrafı
contingency fee
Davanın kazanılması halinde verilen avukatlık hizmeti karşılığında ödenecek avukatlık ücreti
contingency fee
Yalnızca sonuç başarılı olursa ödenecek ücret
courier fee
kargo ücreti
despatching fee
irsal harcı
engineering fee
mühendislik ücreti
express fee
ekspres posta ücreti
fees
harce
fees
Ücretler, Bir işin yada hizmetin görülmesi için gerekli para. (The tution fees for this year has risen % 10.)
fees
ücretleri

Ücretleri yükseltmeyi öneriyoruz. - We suggest raising the fees.

O, üniversite ücretleri için ebeveynlerinin eline bakıyor. - He depends on his parents for his university fees.

gate fee
kapı ücreti
listing fee
kotasyon ücreti
rental fee
kiralama ücreti
subvention fee
sübvansiyon ücreti
transaction fee
işlem ücreti
transfer fee
devir ücreti, transfer ücreti
transportation fee
(Finans) nakliye ücreti
tuition fee
Öğrenim harcı
Englisch - Englisch
An inheritable estate in land held of a feudal lord on condition of the performing of certain 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)
A monetary payment charged for professional services
{n} a reward, perquisite, perpetual right, claim
A fee is the amount of money that a person or organization is paid for a particular job or service that they provide. Find out how much your surveyor's and solicitor's fees will be. an amount of money that you pay to do something or that you pay to a professional person for their work (fé, fief, from feudum; FEUDAL). In law, an inheritable freehold estate in real property (see real and personal property). The word derives from fief, as used in feudal (Hukuk) Modern property law includes several varieties of fee, including fee simple (alienable and of indefinite duration), fee tail (granted to an individual and his or her descendants but subject to reversion if a tenant dies with no descendants), and life fee or life estate (held only during the lifetime of the grantee)
A fixed amount or a percentage of an underwriting or principal
A payment, charge, or compensation for services (other than instruction), privileges, or for the use of equipment, books, or other goods
an interest in land capable of being inherited
The fee required for filing a Declaration of Candidacy for that particular office In most instances, candidate filing fees are based on 1% of the annual salary of the office being sought The fee is calcuated on the salary level that exists at the time of filing
{f} pay to; hire, employ
(1) Fixed amount which a trust institution receives as compensation for its services; to be distinguished from allowance, charge, and commission (2) An estate of inheritance in real property, sometimes referred to as an estate in fee or fee simple estate
an interest in land capable of being inherited a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
A right to the use of a superior's land, as a stipend for services to be performed; also, the land so held; a fief
Also called a "usage fee" These are rental fees that may be levied against a patron for using specific resources Unlike fines, usage fees are not punitive Fees are tracked in invoices
Money charged by a college for services provided to a student Fees are often charged for lab materials and recreational facilities
– A charge for professional services
A fixed monetary charge for service rendered
To reward for services performed, or to be performed; to recompense; to hire or keep in hire; hence, to bribe
give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the agreed-on compensation; "Remember to tip the waiter"; "fee the steward"
property; possession; tenure
Term to refer to an inheritable interest in land
An estate of inheritance supposed to be held either mediately or immediately from the sovereign, and absolutely vested in the owner
a charge in addition to tuition charges, which the college requires for service
An estate of inheritance in real property
The amount charged by a lender, broker or other middleman for arranging a mortgage or property purchase See arrangement fee, booking fee, Conveyancing fee, land registry fees, fees added to loan, IGP, stamp duty and valuation fee
The amount of money in full or part payment for any Open University course(s), which you have charged to your OUSBA account
(1) Modernly, and not in strict legal terms, synonymous with fee simple or "ownership " (2) A charge made by a landlord to a tenant, which is not refundable For example: A cleaning deposit would be refunded if the tenant left the rented property reasonably clean A cleaning fee would be a charge by the landlord for cleaning the rented property and would not be refunded regardless of the condition of the property
A specific amount of money that's paid in exchange for a service, such as filing a court paper
{i} toll; payment for services rendered; cost of admission; commission; feudal estate
Ownership of the title to real property Fee simple is the largest possible estate in land, of indefinite duration and inheritable without limitation This is commonly meant when the word "ownership" is used Equivalent to "freehold "
Reward or compensation for services rendered or to be rendered; especially, payment for professional services, of optional amount, or fixed by custom or laws; charge; pay; perquisite; as, the fees of lawyers and physicians; the fees of office; clerk's fees; sheriff's fees; marriage fees, etc
Lawyer's charge for his services
A charge for services
  A fee is a charge imposed by the County on the beneficiary or recipient of a service it provides   Its purpose is to help recover some or all of the costs incurred by the County in providing a service   By law, a fee or charge for service may not exceed the cost of providing a service
An estate of inheritance belonging to the owner, and transmissible to his heirs, absolutely and simply, without condition attached to the tenure
Specific charge related to your account Fees can be charged for services rendered or as a penalty
land held from the lord of a manor on condition of homage and service This definition from feudal law is the original meaning of the word The rights to this land can be inherited by the next generation A "fee simple" can be transferred to anyone, not just a rightful heir If you have a "fee tail", the lord puts limits on the transferability of the land
the price charged for a service
Simple:              An estate in fee simple is the interest in land, which gives the owner the greatest rights of enjoyment and use and the fullest power of alienation   See also freehold land
An estate of inheritance in land, being either fee simple or fee tail An estate in land held of a feudal lord on condition of the performing of certain services
a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
A fee is a sum of money that you pay to be allowed to do something. He hadn't paid his television licence fee
10v l 13 n (MED -fe) 1 An estate in land held inheritable or perpetual tenure to a feudal superior or crown 2 Something given or due as a share of spoils or as a reward or prize 3 Something given as offering or tribute to a superior
fee schedule
The actual set of fees to be charged
fee schedule
Listed on, or belonging to, a fee schedule (n.)
fee schedule
A list or table, whether ordered or not, showing fixed fees for goods or services
fee simple
The private ownership of property (real estate) in which the owner has the right to control, use and transfer the property at will
fee simple determinable
A defeasible fee created with clear durational language expressing a condition (e.g. "so long as", "until", "while") which causes ownership of a property to revert to the grantor upon the occurrence of that condition
fee simple subject to condition subsequent
A defeasible fee created with language reserving the right of the grantor to reclaim ownership of the land upon the occurrence of a specified condition (e.g. "if X event occurs, grantor reserves the right to reenter and retake"); upon occurrence of the condition, the grantor may decide to retake ownership or not
fee simple subject to executory interest
A defeasible fee created with clear durational language expressing a condition (e.g. "so long as", "until", "while") which causes ownership of a property to revest in a third party identified by the grantor if that condition comes about
fee simple subject to executory limitation
Alternate name for a fee simple subject to executory interest
fee simples determinable
plural form of fee simple determinable
fee simples subject to condition subsequent
plural form of fee simple subject to condition subsequent
fee simples subject to executory interest
plural form of fee simple subject to executory interest
fee simples subject to executory limitation
plural form of fee simple subject to executory limitation
fee tail
An estate in land at common law wherein the land is inherited, but can not be sold, devised by will, or otherwise alienated by the owner, but which passes by operation of law to the owner's heirs upon his death
fee-simple
Alternative spelling of fee simple
fee interest
(Kanun) The absolute, legal possession and ownership of land, property, or rights, including mineral rights. A fee interest can be sold (in its entirety or in part) or passed on to heirs or successors
fee simple
(Kanun) Fee simple is an estate in land in common law. It is the most common way real estate is owned in common law countries, and is ordinarily the most complete ownership interest that can be had in real property short of allodial title, which is often reserved for governments. Fee simple ownership represents absolute ownership of real property but it is limited by the four basic government powers of taxation, eminent domain, police power, and escheat and could also be limited by certain encumbrances or a condition in the deed. How ownership is limited by these government powers often involves the shift from allodial title to fee simple such as when uniting with other property owners acceding to property restrictions or municipal regulation
fee simple interest
(Kanun) The absolute, legal possession and ownership of land, property, or rights, including mineral rights. A fee interest can be sold (in its entirety or in part) or passed on to heirs or successors
Fee TV
pay-per-view cable television, service that allows users to watch selected programs that are available for a fee (Slang)
fee faw fum
{ü} exclamation to frighten children for fun; absurd and meaningless exclamation attributed to giants and ogres
fee simple
An estate in which the owner has unrestricted power to dispose of the property as he wishes, including leaving by will It is the greatest interest a person can have in real estate The opposite would be leased land Finance Charge: The total cost a borrower must pay, directly or indirectly, to obtain credit according to Regulation Z Fixed Rate Mortgage: A loan for which the interest rate and monthly payments do not change during the term of the loan Top G GRI: Graduate, Realtors® Institute A professional designation granted to a member of the national Association of Realtors® who has successfully completed three courses covering law, finance and principles of real estate Top H
fee simple
The greatest possible interest a person can have in real estate, including the right to dispose of the property or pass it on to heirs without limitation
fee simple
The terms "fee" and "fee simple" are substantially synonymous The term "fee" is of old English derivation "Fee simple absolute" is an estate in real property by which the owner has the greatest power over the title which it is possible to have, being an absolute estate In modern use, it expressly established the title of real property in the owner, without limitation or end They may dispose of it by sale, or trade or will, as he chooses
fee simple
The greatest possible interest a person can have in real estate
fee simple
an estate in which the owner is entitled to the entire property, with unconditional power of disposition during the owner's life, and which descends to the heirs upon the owner's death if the owner dies without a will
fee simple
The vested ownership interest a person has in real estate, in which the owner has unrestricted power to dispose of the property, by sale, will or inheritance
fee simple
An estate in real property, by which the owner has the greatest power over the title which it is possible to have, being an absolute estate; an estate of inheritance belonging to the owner, that he may dispose of, trade, or will, as he chooses
fee simple
An estate under which the owner is entitled to unrestricted powers to dispose of the property, and which can be left by will or inherited
fee simple
An estate in which the owner has unrestricted power to dispose of the property as he wishes, including leaving by will or inheritance It is the greatest interest a person can have in real estate
fee simple
Absolute ownership of real property; owner is entitled to the entire property with unconditional power of disposition during the owners life and upon his death the property descends to the owner's designated heirs
fee simple
An estate under which the owner owns a contract interest in the property and is entitled to the unrestricted enjoyment of the property, including the right to dispose property
fee simple
The preferred type of real estate ownership This type of interval ownership is the opposite of Right-to-Use or lease ownership and continues forever The owner holds a deed in his/her name and the ownership of the property can be bequeathed to heirs [ Return to Term Table ]
fee simple
An estate under which the owner is entitled to unrestricted powers to dispose of the property, and which can be left by will or inherited Commonly, a synonym for ownership
fee simple
The largest possible interest in real estate When you own property in fee simple, you enjoy substantial rights to it, and may dispose of it as you see fit This includes selling it, using it for any lawful purpose and leaving it to your heirs
fee simple
Sometimes called fee or fee simple absolute It is the greatest possible estate or degree in the right of ownership and continues without time limitation
fee simple
- the greatest possible interest a person can have in real estate
fee simple
Absolute ownership of real property; the greatest possible interest a person can have in real estate
fee simple
The most extensive tenure allowed under the feudal system allowing the tenant to sell or convey by will or be transfer to a heir if the owner dies intestate In modern law, almost all land is held in fee simple and this is as close as one can get to absolute ownership in common law
fee simple
(also fee interest or fee simple interest) A way of describing full ownership of a piece of land, including all of the legal rights of the property The word "fee" comes from an old English word meaning "land that can be inherited " Less than fee interest is ownership with restricted rights A person buying land that already has a conservation easement is getting less than fee interest
fee simple
The maximum form of ownership, with the right to occupy a property and sell it to a buyer at any time Upon the death of the owner, the property goes to the owner's designated heirs Also known as fee absolute
fee simple
a fee without limitation to any class of heirs; they can sell it or give it away
fee simple
An estate under which the owner is entitled to unrestricted powers to dispose of the property, and which can be left by a will or inherited
fee simple
Absolute ownership of real property
fee simple
An estate in which the owner has unrestricted power to dispose of the property as he/she wishes including leaving by will or inheritance It is the greatest interest a person can have in real estate
fee simple
This type of ownership, also called fee simple absolute, is the maximum interest a person can have in a piece of real estate It entitles the owner to use the property in any manner they see fit, in accordance with state and local laws
fee simple
The highest level of ownership possible The property owner has unrestricted rights to dispose of the property, leaving by will or inheritance
fee splitting
The practice of sharing fees with professional colleagues, such as physicians, for patient or client referrals
fee splitting
payment (usually by doctors or lawyers) of part of the fee in return for the referral
fee tail
An estate in land limited in inheritance to a particular class of heirs
fee tail
a fee limited to a particular line of heirs; they are not free to sell it or give it away
fee waiver
permits eligible students to submit college applications or test registration forms without the fee A limited number are available through guidance counselors and educational agencies for students who qualify
fee waiver
A written statement that says that the student does not have to pay a certain fee Some scholarships give fee waivers for tuition
fee waiver
A form available to students having a family income that meets the U S Department of Labor definition of low income The Fee Waiver Form is submitted instead of money when applying for college testing or admission
fee waiver
Permission not to pay the court's filing fees People with very low income can ask the court clerk for a fee waiver form
fee waiver
a form available to students having a family income less than a predetermined level The fee waiver form is submitted instead of money when applying for admission
fee waiver
Where the Family Court can allow the filing of an application for divorce without the payment of a fee A person must show that they are financially eligible by completing a fee waiver form •Divorce
fee-paying
Fee-paying is used to talk about institutions or services which people have to pay to use, especially ones which are often provided free. fee-paying schools. fee-paying postgraduate students
fee-tail
limit the inheritance of property to a specific class of heirs
advance fee scam
A consumer fraud that involves obtaining a relatively small amount of money from the victim in advance of some large deferred benefit, such as a job, a high rate of return, or a share of an ill-gotten gain
advance fee scams
plural form of advance fee scam
attorney's fee
: an amount set by a court to be awarded to a prevailing party based on the reasonable fee that their attorney should have charged, based on the length and complexity of the case
attorney's fee
: the fee charged by an attorney for work done in relation to a lawsuit or other work done by an attorney
court fee
Adhesive stamps, attached to court papers to pay fees. Previously common in India and now popular with collectors
court fee
A fee paid purportedly to cover administrative costs, at the start of each new court filing
defeasible fee
An estate in land that may be divested from its current owner upon the occurrence of an event set forth by the grantor in the grant
filing fee
: A fee assessed against a party initiating a lawsuit, or other legal process, e.g. filing a patent
in fee
Of an estate in land, inherited or owned by one who has the absolute right to dispose of the land as they desire, including the right to select an inheritor of the land
nominal fee
A fee that does not reflect the true value of the subject it is attached to. Usually it is only a token value
nuisance fee
A nominal fee, fine or penalty charged to deter an action (rather than to compensate for the costs of that action)
qualified fee
an estate which has an annexed qualification; a base fee
stole fee
A fee or donation made to a priest who officiates at a rite
stole-fee
Alternative spelling of stole fee
slotting fee
A slotting fee, slotting allowance, pay-to-stay, or fixed trade spending is a fee charged to produce companies or manufacturers by supermarket distributors (retailers) in order to have their product placed on their shelves
gate fee
A gate fee (or tipping fee) is the charge for levied upon a given quantity of waste received at a waste processing facility
A fee
garnishment
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
fees
Charges to students that may be required or optional as a part of attending the University, such as tuition, or yearbook fees
fees
costs to attend USCA The primary fee is tuition or the cost to take a course(s) Other fees include a security/parking fee, a technology fee and a health service fee
fees
Charges to provide pure profit for everyone involved in the lease deal except the consumer They are often shared between the dealership and the financing company that is buying the lease That nice young man in the white shirt, otherwise known as the F&I MONSTER, may have 101 reasons why you need to pay one of these fees The simple consumer advice is: Just don't do it!
fees
the money obtained for services rendered
fees
Specific sums payable for various services provided by CIPO
fees
From 1998-99, UK and European Union (EU) students on full-time higher education courses have to make a means tested contribution towards the cost of their studies The fee level has been set at £1,000 per student per year The amount of fees paid by international students from outside the EU is set by universities and colleges
fees
Registration fees charged by UCLA for all students This amount does not include "nonresident tuition" "Fees" is a term used for internal U C academic purposes and not for tax purposes
fees
1) The money required at the outset by a lender from the borrower or held back from the mortgage advance 2) The amounts charged by a professional for services rendered
fees
Amounts collected from or paid to individuals or groups for services or for use of facilities
fees
The sum of all up-front cash payments required by the lender as part of the charge for the loan Origination fees and points are expressed as a percent of the loan Junk fees are expressed in dollars
fees
Money, separate from tuition, charged by providers for various services For example, in order to cover processing costs, many colleges and universities charge a fee to provide a transcript
fees
The sum of all upfront cash payments required by the lender as part of the charge for the loan Origination fees and points are expressed as a percent of the loan Junk fees are expressed in dollars
fees
Refers to the cost which must be paid by an individual to participate in in the PLA process Fees may vary from institution to institution
fees
Up-front costs associated with a loan Clicking on the numeric value 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
fees
plural of fee
fees
1 The money required at the outset by a lender from the borrower or held back from the mortgage advance 2 The amounts charged by a professional for services rendered
fees
A fixed charge or payment for services associated with a loan transaction
fees
money paid to accountants, lawyers, private schools, etc
fees
The fees and charges payable by the Client as specified in the Advertiser Information Document
fees
The charges that an applicant pays to a public body for services related to the processing of an access request The FOIP Regulation sets out the services for which fees may be charged and the maximum charges for providing these services Fees may not exceed the actual cost of providing the service
fees
A specific dollar amount that FNB Southeast withdraws from your account due to a transaction performed based on your account terms Fees may include, but are not limited to the following
fees
Fees for service, if any
fees
A charge fixed by law for services
fees
The following fees and expenses apply: 2% one-time origination fee based on the maximum size of the line; this fee can be set up on a promissory note and amortized throughout the 12 months and serviced like the rest of the line
fees
costs associated with closing a home equity loan Fees consist of points and closing costs
fee
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