Booking Fee definition

Booking Fee means the booking fee of such amount as set out in item 2 of the Fourth Schedule that is paid as consideration for the grant of the Option to purchase the Property referred to in item 4 of the same Schedule;
Booking Fee means the fee incurred for booking City Inmates, as further described in Exhibit III, Section 2.

Examples of Booking Fee in a sentence

  • In such a case, the Booking Fee paid by the Customer shall not be refunded.

  • In such a case, the Lessor shall refund to the Customer the full amount of the Booking Fee or the rent amount paid by the Customer as a result of booking a vehicle.

  • The Lessor shall immediately refund to the Customer all the amounts paid by the Customer with respect to the rental service, but only in excess of the Booking Fee.

  • In such a case, the Lessor shall refund to the Customer all the amounts paid by the Customer with respect to the rental service in excess of the Booking Fee (within 7 business days or, if the Customer is a consumer, immediately).

  • If the Lessor cannot provide the Customer with a vehicle of a higher class or category, the Lessor may, before the agreed pick-up date, rescind the rental contract, in which case the Lessor shall pay the Customer an amount equal to the Booking Fee.


More Definitions of Booking Fee

Booking Fee means a fee of 25% of the Option Fee;
Booking Fee means the fee or fees payable in relation to your Booking, as specified in your Booking Details.
Booking Fee means, with respect to a Booking, the fee that Worldspan charges American on a per-segment basis for that Booking.
Booking Fee means the amounts set forth in Clause 6 payable by Client to Octopus;