Charge definition

Charge means any fee, loss, charge, expense, cost, accrual or reserve of any kind.
Charge means the admission price or fee asked in return for invitation or permission to enter or go upon the land.
Charge means a transaction made or charged with the Credit Card, whether or not a Record of charge form is signed, and also includes Cash Advances, Express Cash transactions, Balance Transfers, fees, interest, taxes and all other amounts you have agreed to pay us or have agreed to be liable for under these Terms and Conditions.

Examples of Charge in a sentence

For the avoidance of doubt, the outstanding Penalty Charge and/or other fees will be treated as delinquent amount, which shall be subject to interest at the accrual rate of seven point five (7.5) percent per annum.

In case of termination pursuant to Clause 2.7 (3) above, the Membership for the Member hereunder shall immediately become invalid whereupon the Company shall refund the remaining Membership Fee to the Member within thirty (30) days after the Card has been returned to the Company, less the Penalty Charge (if any) and/or other fees (if any).

The Privileges under the Membership is subject to partial or complete suspension upon the Company’s absolute discretion, if during the validity period there incurs any Penalty Charge and/or other fees for which the Member is responsible but fails to fully settle within the due date so specified in the invoice.

The Insurer reimburses such Providers up to an Allowable Charge as determined by the Insurer.

In case of termination pursuant to Clause 2.7 (4) above, no refund of the Membership Fee shall be made to the Member’s next of kin or any person entitled to or in control of the Member’s estate, and the Company reserves the right to claim from the Member’s estate, if at the time of demise, there has incurred Penalty Charge and/or any other fees for which the Member shall be responsible.


More Definitions of Charge

Charge means an interest or lien created on the property or assets of a company or any of its undertakings or both as security and includes a mortgage;
Charge means an interest in land securing the payment of money or money’s worth or the fulfilment of any condition, and includes a subcharge and the instrument creating a charge;
Charge means this share charge;
Charge means any charge for an Allowable Cost that is: (i) incurred by FSMC in providing the goods and services that are identified in SFA’s Food Service Budget; (ii) not provided for in the General and Administrative Expense Fee; and (iii) established and reasonably allocated to SFA in accordance with the Methodology for Allocated Costs, which is attached to this Contract as “Exhibit F”, and fully incorporated herein by reference.
Charge means any fee, loss, charge, expense, cost, accrual or reserve of any kind (in each case, if applicable, as defined under GAAP).
Charge means a debit or an amount somebody must pay. If we charge you money or charge money to your account, that money is then added to the unpaid balance and the unpaid balance becomes larger. In this case “charge” and “debit” have similar meanings.
Charge means an interest or lien created on the property or assets of any person or any of its undertakings or both, as the case may be, as security and includes a mortgage;