Agency Fee means the normal charges imposed by the Agency on an applicant or a project occupant to compensate the Agency for the Agency's participation in a project. The term "Agency fee" shall include not only the Agency's normal Administrative fee, but also may include (1) reimbursement of the Agency's expenses, (2) rent imposed by the Agency for use of the property of the Agency, and (3) other similar charges imposed by the Agency.
Agency Fee means the normal charges imposed by the Agency to an Applicant or a Project occupant to compensate the Agency for the Agency’s participation in the Project. The term “Agency Fee” shall include not only the Agency’s normal Administrative Fee, but also may include:
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The Agency Fee is calculated as the Agreed Percentage from the aggregate gross Goods Price earned by the Partner from the Orders placed through the Bolt Food Platform during a particular reference period.
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Agency Fee means the fee payable by the Partner to Bolt per every event of sale of the Partner’s Goods through the Bolt Food Platform for the provision of agency services to the Partner. Agreed Percentage is the percentage agreed in the Special Terms that serves as the basis for the calculation of the Agency Fee.
Agency Fee means the agency fee agreed to by Borrower and Administrative Agent pursuant to the Fee Letter.
Agency Fee means the fees that the Borrower shall pay to the Agent in consideration of the Agent Services, as separately agreed upon between the Borrower and the Agent.