Collection Costs definition

Collection Costs means an amount that the Municipality can charge with regard to the enforcement of a consumer’s monetary obligations;
Collection Costs means the costs associated with the collection of liens, including but not limited to staff, mailing costs, billing and rebilling fees.
Collection Costs means the costs associated with the collection of the assessment such as billing and rebilling charges.

Examples of Collection Costs in a sentence

  • Any distributions which a Defaulting Partner would otherwise receive during any period in which such Partner is a Defaulting Partner shall be applied by the Partnership against such Defaulting Partner’s required Capital Contributions, Default Interest and Collection Costs in such order as the General Partner may determine.

  • Collection Costs are charged to you by the Bank to enforce a monetary obligation under this Credit Agreement.

  • Repossession warning notice: $75.00 Property law notice: $460.00 Letter of demand: $115.00 Repossession fee: $400.00 Issue Court proceedings: $200.00 In addition, pursuant to clause 9.4 of the Loan Terms and Conditions, you must pay Lending Crowd (as agent for the Trustee) all Collection Costs.

  • Collection Costs incurred by the Bank to collect the debt will be limited by Part C of Chapter 6 of the NCA and the Supreme Court Act 1959; the Magistrates’ Court Act 1944; the Attorneys Act 1979 or the Debt Collector’s Act 1998 whichever applies to the enforcement of this Credit Agreement.

  • The City would be entitled to retain and be paid its Tax Collection Costs in connection with its collection of the Cooperative District Fee.

More Definitions of Collection Costs

Collection Costs means all of Contractor’s costs to provide collection services as described in the agreement, including fuel costs, labor costs, vehicle and vehicle-related costs, maintenance, insurance, overhead and transportation costs, but excluding Pass-Through Costs (See “Pass- Through Costs”) and Profit (See “Profit”). Contractor Pass-Through Costs
Collection Costs means an amount that may be charged by a credit provider in respect of enforcement of a consumer's monetary obligations under a credit agreement, but does not include a default administration charge;
Collection Costs means, in respect of a Collection Period, all reasonable out-of-pocket costs and expenses of the Servicer (if other than the Seller, the Backup Servicer or any Affiliate thereof) and the Trust in administering the Pool Assets and collecting amounts payable thereunder and enforcing the Related Security related thereto, including reasonable legal expenses of the Servicer or the Trust;
Collection Costs means all costs incurred by the City to obtain information for collection purposes and/or collect Tax Arrears including, but not limited to, title search fees, corporate search fees, registered or certified mail, administrative charges, legal costs and tax sale scale of costs.
Collection Costs means Avis' reasonable costs of collecting unpaid Rental Charges from You (including Avis' legal costs) and Avis' administration fee of $75 and its debt collection agent's fee equal to 10% of the unpaid Rental Charges;
Collection Costs means the annual costs associated with collection of the Assessment Installment Payments, which costs may include paying agent fees and administrative expenses incurred directly and indirectly by the Municipality and MassDevelopment, and their respective agents, including the Servicer.
Collection Costs means an amount, not to exceed $20, to reimburse a local district for expenses associated with its efforts to collect past due service fees from a customer.