reasonable charge

reasonable charge

1 (in Medicare) the lowest customary charge by a physician for a service.
2 the prevailing charge by a group of physicians in the area for a particular service.
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While most activities and the entertainment are free, there is a reasonable charge of PS5 per person for extras such as go-karting, archery, kayaking, arts and crafts and the climbing wall.
There should be a reasonable charge for these services.
I humbly request Cars Transport Corporation, which operates buses in certain areas of Bahrain at a very reasonable charge, to extend its services to places like LuLu Hypermarket, Geant and Carrefour.
You may have to pay a reasonable charge if you agree in writing to work starting or consume goods within the seven day period and then cancel.
9 BUYING SERVICES: YOUR RIGHTS The Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 states that when work is carried out by a trader you should expect it to be done with reasonable care and skill, in a reasonable time, and for a reasonable charge.
This bus used to allow people on the route that included Rock Ferry, Bebington and Neston a late Saturday night in Liverpool and then getting home for a reasonable charge.
The EU Commission said in its recommendation that consumers with no bank account will be allowed to 'open and use a basic payment account at a reasonable charge.
Lighter alternatives including cereals and fruits are also on offer, and hot, fresh breakfasts are also available to standard class passengers for a reasonable charge.
And for a reasonable charge, you can enjoy archery, horse riding, air rifle or game shooting, fishing, art classes or sloe gin making.
shall be admissible as evidence of the fair and reasonable charge for such services or the necessity of such services or treatments.
That is, whether a physician is PAR or non-PAR, it is illegal to charge any Medicare beneficiary "an amount in excess of the reasonable charge for the service provided, as determined by the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services" A challenge to the ban by the Pennsylvania Medical Society was rejected by the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in 1991 (Pennsylvania Medical Society v.