Fee FAQs:

Q: Is a fee the price one pays as remuneration for rights or services?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee an attorney's fee which is reduced or not charged at all if the court case is lost by the attorney?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee the technology fee?

A: Yes, and which is often charged to students by schools when state government funding fails to meet needs for computers and other classroom technology.

Q: Are fees also charged for various permits, like demolition and building permits, rezoning, and land grading?

A: Yes, and sometimes for increasing stormwater runoff, destroying native vegetation, and cutting-down healthy trees.

Q: Is a fee used to mask what are actually penalties or taxes?

A: Yes.

Q: Were fees actually a tax on drivers with certain kinds of traffic law violations?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee charged as part of a subscription business model?

A: Yes.

Q: Are fees usually charged for various government services?

A: Yes, and including license plates and annual motor vehicle registration, as well as driver licenses and professional licensing.

Q: Is a fee prevalent throughout the cellphone industry and is generally assessed to cover costs of line activations and enhancements to networks?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee paid for specific goods or services rendered by the government?

A: Yes, while a tax has no connection to the benefits received for an individual.

Q: Is a fee often charged by places that rent space or other things?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee a charge which a developer must pay to local government?

A: Yes, and in order to raise money for capital improvements to roads, libraries, and other services upon which the new land development places a burden.

Q: Is a fee a payment awarded to an individual for speaking at a public event?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee commonly assessed?

A: Yes, although most companies fail to include it in the advertised price, resulting in customer missperception on assessment and validity of the fees.

Q: Is a fee the early-termination fee applied nearly universally to cellphone contracts?

A: Yes, and supposedly to cover the remaining part of the subsidy that the provider prices the phones with.

Q: Is a fee charged by a company when a customer wants or needs to be released from a contract before it expires?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee a fee paid for the use of a public resource?

A: Yes, and like a park.

Q: Are fees charged when payment is not received by a deadline?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a fee charged are: travel time expenses?

A: Yes, and truck rental fees, liability and workers' compensation insurance fees, and planning fees.

Q: Was a fee what was given to a knight for his service?

A: Yes, and usually the usage of land.

Q: Are fees normally optional?

A: Yes, because students may not have their own automobiles.

Q: Are fees assessed to customers for various services and as penalties?

A: Yes.