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    Can I pay solicitors fees by installments?
    You can ask if your lawyer's firm will allow you to make payments over time. Sometimes law firms can offer those arrangements. For example, you might be able to pay your legal costs by instalments. You should check whether there will be any additional charge for paying in this way. more
    Why is there a delivery fee and service fee on Grubhub?
    Grubhub is revolutionizing how restaurants serve food, but it has to charge something to do so. The company charges eligible restaurants a fee for each item ordered, a percentage of the order total, delivery fees, and a percentage commission of the restaurant's total earnings. more
    What is the difference between a service fee and a delivery fee?
    Service fee: a fee charged by the delivery company for providing the service. Taxes: sales tax on your order based on applicable local tax laws. Delivery fee: the price for having the food delivered. more
    Is an upfront fee an arrangement fee?
    Upfront fees are the one-off fees paid by borrowers to mandated lead arrangers on the total commitment amount for arranging and originating the financing, structuring the syndicate , and marketing and distributing the syndicated facilities , commonly payable upon syndication closing . more
    Is gas fee same as network fee?
    Here, gas refers to Ethereum network transaction fees, not the gasoline for your car. Gas fees are payments made by users to compensate for the computing energy required to process and validate transactions on the Ethereum blockchain. more
    Is miner fee a one time fee?
    A mining fee occurs every time there is a transaction on the blockchain. Users pay a mining fee every time they send crypto to another wallet outside Bitso, i.e. a cryptocurrency withdrawal. more
    What is the fee or how much is the fee?
    "What is the fee?" and "How much is the fee?" are both grammatically correct ways to ask a question about the amount of a fee. more
    Is miner fee same as gas fee?
    The network fee is also known as miner fee or GAS. The fee is provided for transferring funds, performing functions provided for by smart contracts, transferring tokens. The reward is awarded to miners or validators. In most blockchains, network fees are quite low, but they can increase depending on the network load. more
    Is a service fee the same as a delivery fee?
    Service fee: a fee charged by the delivery company for providing the service. Taxes: sales tax on your order based on applicable local tax laws. Delivery fee: the price for having the food delivered. more
    Why does DoorDash have delivery fee and service fee?
    The reason for this is simple: Merchants charge more to cover the costs of DoorDash commission fees. DoorDash takes about 20% of restaurant earnings per order in exchange for connecting the merchant to customers. Luckily, the extra charge you'll face is rarely more than a few dollars over the normal price. more
    Why does Grubhub have a delivery fee and a service fee?
    The service fees help the food delivery app to cover a broad spectrum of operating costs and safety measures like insurance and background checks for delivery drivers . The service fee is a percentage of your order and usually represent 5-15% of your order. more

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