Connection Fee definition

Connection Fee means a fee charged by a local entity to pay for the costs of
Connection Fee means a fee charged by a local entity to pay for the costs of connecting property to a publicly owned sewer, storm drainage, water, gas, communications, or electrical system, whether or not improvements are installed on the property.
Connection Fee means the fee payable as a contribution towards the cost of providing a supply. This may be subsidised to facilitate electrification of poor households.

Examples of Connection Fee in a sentence

  • Electronic Connection Fee Schedule 45, 46The Reserve Banks charge fees for the electronic connections used by depository institutions to access priced services and allocate the cost and revenue associated with electronic access to the various priced services.


More Definitions of Connection Fee

Connection Fee means the charge imposed by the District for the privilege of obtaining water service from the District by means of its water facilities.
Connection Fee means the fee payable as a contribution towards the cost of
Connection Fee means a charge for the connection of the Customer’s premises to Regional’s water distribution and/or sewer collection systems. The connection fees are established by order of the Board and are contained in the Rate Schedule (incorporated herein by reference) and as amended from time to time.
Connection Fee means the charge to an applicant for a connection, which is determined by the Engineer and consists of a Basic component, a Service Mains component, a Metering component and a Supply Mains component;
Connection Fee means the fee to be paid by the Licensee for the right to use a single Interconnection Point.
Connection Fee means the fee payable towards the cost of providing supply.
Connection Fee. All applicable Connection Fees are set out in the Wholesale Price List. Consumer Protection Act means the Telecommunications (Consumer Protection and Service Standards) Act 1999 (Cth). Critical Fault is defined in paragraph 4.3. CSG means the Telecommunications (Customer Service Guarantee) Standard 2011 (Cth) made under the Consumer Protection Act. CSG Service means a standard telephone service supplied by the Customer to an End-user over the Network, as defined in the Consumer Protection Act and referred to in paragraph 8 of this Annexure.