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reasonable fee,

n the fee charged by a dental professional for a specific dental procedure that has been modified by the nature and severity of the condition being treated and by any medical or dental complications or unusual circumstances; therefore may differ from the dental professional's “usual” fee or the benefit administrator's “customary” fee.
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THE COURTS FIN it especially difficult to determine reasonable fees for accounting services, the study found.
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We certainly are not saying that there should not be a reasonable fee for access to this information, however, to arbitrarily double the cost without substantial evidence of need is something that is harmful to the insurers and their policyholders," Livingston concluded.
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Reasonable fees incurred in making this calculation should be met by the local authority.
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Reasonable fees incurred in compiling this information should also be met by the local authority.

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