Accrued Fees means as of any date of determination, the sum of (i) the Accrued Tracking Fee as of such date and (ii) the Accrued Financing Charge as of such date.
More Definitions of Accrued Fees
Accrued Fees refers to all expenses that the borrower shall pay to the lender including but not limited to all principal amount of the trust loans under this contract (no more than 1 billion Yuan), interest, liquidated damages produced when the borrower violates this contract, overdue interest, penalty interest, damage awards, compound interest, related expenses paid in advance by the lender, etc. as well as all reasonable fees for the lender to realize the creditor’s rights. Thereinto, all reasonable fees for the lender to realize the creditor’s rights include but not limited to the following fees: legal fare, arbitration fee, property preservation fee, execution fee, valuation fee, auction fee, fees related to exercising security right, transaction handling fee, agent fee, registration fee, appraisal fee, safekeeping fee, insurance premium, notice fee, enquiry fee, attorney fees, notary fees, delivery fee, travel expense, communication fee, and all kinds of taxes and other related expense as well as the responsibility of invalid contract that the borrower shall bear as the contract stipulates.