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.
References in classic literature ?
Every one knew how laborious the usual method is of attaining to arts and sciences; whereas, by his contrivance, the most ignorant person, at a reasonable charge, and with a little bodily labour, might write books in philosophy, poetry, politics, laws, mathematics, and theology, without the least assistance from genius or study.
There being no stage-coach next day, upon the road we wished to take, I hired 'an extra,' at a reasonable charge to carry us to Tiffin; a small town from whence there is a railroad to Sandusky.
In a study due to be published later this month, the OFT will also say what a reasonable charge should be, how transparent charges are and how easy it is for consumers to switch banks.
By his selfish action in cycling 10ft away from the kerb, the cyclist deprived the motorist of use of the carriageway and therefore cycling without consideration is clearly a reasonable charge.
If, for example, they are going to arrange all the typesetting and get everything set up for printing, then it sounds quite a reasonable charge.
When this assignment method is used, the provider agrees that the total charge for a covered service will be the reasonable charge approved by the carrier.
A Web-based subscription service, such as new Storango remote backup, can provide this management, along with storage capacity, for a reasonable charge.
The company is entitled to make a reasonable charge for risk and profit amounting to 2% of the calculated costs.
However, a reasonable charge of 25p per book, per day, is applied for any late returns after that period.
They will also say what a reasonable charge should be, how transparent they are and how easy it is for consumers to switch banks.
This is outlandish and I feel that a reasonable charge or limited charge should be made.
Under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, there is a duty placed on the council to recover a reasonable charge from traders for the collection of their trade waste.