Inspection Fee definition

Inspection Fee means a fee payable to Lender or Loan Servicer for performing any inspection required by this Agreement in an amount not to exceed $500.00 per inspection.
Inspection Fee means the amount of money that (i) the emissions inspection station may collect from the motor vehicle owner for each chargeable inspection or (ii) an on-road emissions inspector may collect from the motor vehicle owner in response to a clean screen vehicle notification.
Inspection Fee means the charge per Hectare for each and every Hectare or part thereof within the Development Area, including those areas which may be dedicated to the City for reserve parcels and any other public use, but excluding those lands dedicated as Environmental Reserve, regardless of the location of the Development Area within the City, the total amount of which will be specified in each Special Clauses Agreement, which shall be used by the City towards the cost of inspections by the City related to the installation of: sanitary sewers; storm sewers, water mains and hydrants; sewer and water service connections; parks irrigation systems; and for the construction of surface improvements including parks landscaping requirements. More specifically this covers only the cost of manpower and equipment required by the City for: inspections; the cost of quality control; and the materials testing program operated by the Roads Business Unit;

Examples of Inspection Fee in a sentence

Lender will be entitled to deduct from the Replacement Reserve Fund (i) the Investment Fee for establishing the Replacement Reserve Fund and (ii) the Inspection Fee for any inspection required pursuant to this Section 4.04.

When billing for Item 105J (Storage Inspection Fee) in lieu of 105A (Full Pack), the appropriate Full Unpack amount is due and should be billed as Miscellaneous item code with detailed notes until otherwise announced.

In lieu of Full Pack, a Storage Inspection Fee (105J) per actual net cwt will apply for shipments that pickup from storage warehouses and are already packed.

Erosion Control Inspection Fee for Construction Sites not Requiring District Site Development Permit An Erosion Control Inspection Fee shall be charged for District inspection of measures installed to control erosion and adherence to erosion control rules on construction sites which do not require a District-issued Site Development Permit.

A Line Tap Inspection Fee shall be charged for inspection of the connection of a private lateral or side sewer to the public facilities of the District.


More Definitions of Inspection Fee

Inspection Fee means the amount of money that the emissions inspection station may collect from the motor vehicle owner for each chargeable inspection.
Inspection Fee means the monthly fee a licensee is required by this chapter to pay, the amount of which is determined by a percentage of the gross sales of a licensee.
Inspection Fee means a fee paid by the permittee to the City to defray street opening inspection costs.
Inspection Fee means the monthly fee a licensee is required by this chapter to pay, the amount of which is determined by a percentage of the gross sales of a licensee at a liquor store. In the event of co-licensees holding a local liquor store privilege license for a single liquor store, such inspection fee shall be the same as if the local liquor store privilege license were held by a single licensee.
Inspection Fee means the amount charged to each applicant by the Township at the time an application is made to the Township for connection to either or both Systems to cover the routine cost of inspecting and approving the physical connection of the Building to the System.
Inspection Fee means a fee charged by the agent program, the amount of which is reasonably related to the cost of performing an assessment of an establishment’s compliance with the statutes and rules, under which a license is granted.