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  Fee - Foundation for Environmental Education
FEE is an international umbrella organisation with one national member organisation per country representing FEE on the national level and in charge of implementing FEE programmes nationally.
FEE has member organisations in 48 countries in Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia and Oceania.
FEE has since 1981 actively promoted and delivered environmental education through our international programmes, which aim to deliver Agenda 21 commitments and involve people of all ages and nationalities through formal school education, training of staff and general awareness raising.
www.fee-international.org   (163 words)

  
  Fee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A fee is the price one pays as remuneration for services, especially the honorarium paid to a doctor, lawyer or member of a learned profession.
One may also charge/pay fees as a fixed sum for the right to enter for an examination, or on admission to membership of a university or other society.
FEE is also an ironic acronym for the Everett Turnpike, a toll road in New Hampshire, United States.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fee   (240 words)

  
 fee levels
The Licensing Act 2003 ("The Act") provides for fees to be payable to the licensing authority in respect of the discharge of their functions.
The fee levels are set centrally by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, at a level to allow licensing authorities full cost recovery for the administration, inspection and enforcement of the new regime.
The fee for a premises licence or club premises certificate is the same regardless of whether you apply at the same time for it to authorise one, two or all of the licensable activities.
www.culture.gov.uk /alcohol_and_entertainment/fee_levels.htm   (1700 words)

  
 Strategic Plan - Fee Analysis
Section 41(a)(7) sets out the fees due upon filing a petition to revive an abandoned application or to accept a delayed response by the patent owner in a reexamination proceeding, which is $1,500, unless the petition is filed under § 133 or § 151 of the patent code, in which case the fee is $500.
Section 41(a)(8) sets out the fees due upon filing a petition for one-month extensions of time.  Under § 41(a)(8), the fee for filing the first one-month petition is $120; the fee for filing the second one-month petition is $330; and the fee for filing the third or each subsequent one-month petition is $570.
Thus, the fees for filing an application for the registration of a trademark established under Section Three may be adjusted once each year (beginning on October 1, 2003) to reflect, in the aggregate, any fluctuations occurring during the preceding twelve months in the Consumer Price Index, as determined by the Secretary of Labor.
www.uspto.gov /web/offices/com/strat21/feeanalysis.htm   (789 words)

  
 Fee Schedule   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
A fee in an amount equal to two and one-half percent (2.5%) of the total lump sum amount due will be assessed if SCTPP does not receive the total payment within 15 days of the due date (March 1, 2005).
A five hundred dollar ($500.00) fee will collected and the SCTPP account closed upon the determination of fraud or any misrepresentation on the part of the contributor to include, but not to be limited to, misrepresentation of the residency of the beneficiary at the time of application to the program.
A one hundred and fifty dollar ($150.00) fee will be collected upon cancellation of a SCTPP contract and closure of the SCTPP account due to the designated beneficiary reaching his or her 30th birthday prior to exhausting the benefits of the contract.
www.scgrad.org /fee_schedule.htm   (756 words)

  
 Fees at Mount Rainier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
There is no individual fee charged for persons with a disability, persons with a valid pass or persons under 16 years of age.
A fee of $10 - $15 is charged per night for camping in the auto campgrounds in the park.
Fee waivers must be applied for at least one month prior to your planned visit.
www.nps.gov /mora/general/fees.htm   (962 words)

  
 Office of Innovative Partnerships and Alternative Funding Road User Fee Task Force
While the Road User Fee Task Force is not proposing automatic inflation adjustments to the road revenue system, the task force believes that any new revenue system should be designed to eliminate the future effect of dramatic automobile fuel efficiency improvements of Oregon’s statewide vehicle fleet.
The task force found a mileage-based fee would be a logical and natural replacement for the fuel tax on gasoline.
If the mileage fee were paid at service stations, the vehicle driver would pay the fee as part of refueling, much like the gas tax is paid now.
www.oregon.gov /ODOT/HWY/OIPP/ruftf_faq.shtml   (3517 words)

  
 The Albuquerque Tribune: Local
"Fees are taxes, and often people call it a fee to hide a tax," the Northeast Heights Republican said.
A homeowner building permit fee is $350 for 2,500 square feet in the unincorporated area.
The car comes with registration fees, which Dad decides are Johnny's responsibility: $33 per year for his license plate on a 2001 sedan.
www.abqtrib.com /albq/nw_local/article/0,2564,ALBQ_19858_4478279,00.html   (871 words)

  
 SEVIS Fee Q&A
Or, in the case of Canadians, the fee must be paid prior to arriving at the airport or border for admission to the United States.
The fee must be paid before applying for an entry visa, seeking admission to the United States, or seeking a change to F, J, or M status.
The system was mandated to be self-supporting by collection of a fee (not to exceed $100) from all international students, scholars, alien physicians, specialists, au pairs, camp counselors, flight trainees, and international visitors applying for F, J, or M visa status.
web.mit.edu /scholars/sevisfee.html   (1985 words)

  
 Award Fee Plan, NPOESS
This award fee plan will be the basis for the NPOESS Integrated Program Office (IPO) evaluation of the Contractor's performance and will be the basis for presenting an assessment of that performance to the Fee Determining Official (FDO).
Unilateral changes may be made to any aspect of the Award Fee Plan if the Contractor is provided written notification by the Contracting Officer prior to the start of the upcoming evaluation period; otherwise, subsequent to the commencement of a period, changes may only be made by mutual agreement of the parties.
The remaining award fee dollars for all periods subsequent to this termination shall not be considered available or earned and, therefore, shall not be paid.
www.fas.org /spp/military/program/met/npoess/a02_att8.htm   (4505 words)

  
 Chesapeake Bay Foundation - Save the Bay: 6 Common 'Flush Fee' Myths
The Bay Restoration Fee, or “flush fee,” is a $30 annual fee that is collected by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
The $30 annual flush fee is collected by the State of Maryland from those who use public sewer and from septic system owners.
Sixty percent of the fee collected from septic system owners will fund grants for septic system owners in Maryland to upgrade their systems with pollution-reduction technology.
www.cbf.org /site/News2?page=NewsArticle&id=12955   (569 words)

  
 James Fee: The Weight of Time   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Fee’s images address issues of cultural death, erosion, decay, passage, memory, and ultimately to redemption.
In the Peleliu series, Fee journeys to the re-connective border of his relationship with his deceased father, Russell James Fee, who fought the Japanese forces on Peleliu, site of one of the most bloody battles of World War II.
James Fee’s recent reconnaissance journeys to the Pacific island of Peleliu has summoned the ghosts of war back to life, forcing him to confront his own past and experience his father’s troubling memory through new and wiser eyes.
www.benton.uconn.edu /trav_exh/fee_about.html   (331 words)

  
 SAT Fee Waivers
Fee waivers are no longer accepted for late or standby registrations.
Fee waivers cannot be used for standby registrations.
When registering online, you will be asked to enter your fee waiver identification number, your school's six-digit code (which your counselor writes in), plus the fee waiver identification number — which are the preprinted numbers on the fee waiver card.
www.collegeboard.com /student/testing/sat/calenfees/feewaivers.html   (580 words)

  
 Circuit Court Fee Schedule
(2) a $30 filing fee for docketing a petition for expungement of records in a criminal case, unless all records to be expunged relate to a charge of which the petitioner has been acquitted.
A clerk shall collect a $5 fee for each certification of a paper, other than a certified record of conviction required to be provided to the Immigration and Naturalization Service under Public Law 101-649 (42 U. § 3753(a) (11)).
With respect to extant interest-bearing accounts for which a processing fee was not collected on opening the account, a clerk shall collect a $25 fee at the close of a case.
www.courts.state.md.us /circuit/feeschedule.html   (2210 words)

  
 MyAZBar :: Legal Fee Information
Fee disputes between lawyers and clients can be arbitrated at no cost to the parties.
This is a free, voluntary program where an arbitrator is assigned to determine what the reasonable fees should be for the legal services that were performed.
Fee Arbitration is only available if there is no litigation pending to resolve the fee dispute.
www.myazbar.org /LawyerRegulation/feeagree.cfm   (394 words)

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