Surcharge

[sanction] In the United Kingdom a public servant, for example a local government officer, who has unlawfully spent public funds, or caused loss to a public authority through misconduct may be surcharged to recover public money. The surcharge may be applied, after referral to a court by the Audit Commission. In the case of an illegal corpor
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surcharge

additional load/charge 
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surcharge

An extra charge placed on an item, the revenue of which is usually earmarked for a specific fund. It has been the recent practice of the United States Congress to place a surcharge on commemorative coins, sometimes to benefit a worthy organization.
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surcharge

[n] - an additional charge (as for items previously omitted or as a penalty for failure to exercise common caution or common skill) 2. [v] - charge an extra fee, as for a special service 3. [v] - fill to capacity with people 4. [v] - print a new denomination on a stamp or a banknote 5. [v] - fill to an excessive degree 6. [v]
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Surcharge

An external load that is usually located at the top of a retaining wall. Surcharge can be the result of a “dead� load, such as a building foundation or a “live� load, which could be the result of heavy construction equipment or automobiles.
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Surcharge

Sur·charge' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Surcharged ; present participle & verbal noun Surcharging .] [ French surcharger . See Sur- , and Charge , and confer Overcharge , Supercharge
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Surcharge

Sur·charge' noun [ French] 1. An overcharge; an excessive load or burden; a load greater than can well be borne. « A numerous nobility causeth poverty and inconvenience in a state, for it is surcharge of expense.» Bacon. 2. (Law) (a) The putt
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Surcharge

Sur·charge' transitive verb To print or write a surcharge on (a postage stamp).
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Surcharge

Sur·charge' noun [ French] 1. (Railroads) A charge over the usual or legal rates. 2. Something printed or written on a postage stamp to give it a new legal effect, as a new valuation, a place, a date, etc.; also (Colloq.), a stamp with a surcharge.
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surcharge

noun an additional charge (as for items previously omitted or as a penalty for failure to exercise common caution or common skill)
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Surcharge

• (v. t.) To print or write a surcharge on (a postage stamp). • (n.) Something printed or written on a postage stamp to give it a new legal effect, as a new valuation, a place, a date, etc.; also (Colloq.), a stamp with a surcharge. • (n.) A charge over the usual or legal rates. • (n.) An overcharge; an excessive load or burden;
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surcharge

surcharge 1. An additional sum added to the usual amount or cost of something. 2. An overcharge, especially when unlawful. 3. An additional or excessive burden; an overload. 4. A new value or denomination overprinted on a postage or revenue stamp or the stamp to which a new value has been applied.
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Surcharge

An additional levy added to some charge.
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Surcharge

chancery practice. When a bill is filed to open an account stated, liberty is sometimes given to the plaintiff to surcharge and falsify such account. That is, to examine not only errors of fact, but errors of law. "These terms, 'surcharge,' and 'falsify,'" says Mr. Justice Story, "have a distinct sense in the vocabulary of courts of equity, a lit..
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Surcharge

(n) Sur charge is the extra amount charged on any transaction, levy, taxes etc which is not forming part of the original payment, calculation etc but charged additionally for a specific purpose like surcharge levied on income tax for earthquake victims.
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surcharge

n. an additional charge of money made because it was omitted in the original calculation or as a penalty, such as for being late in making a payment.
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Surcharge

[payment systems] Surcharge is an extra fee charged by card acceptant when paying with cheque, credit, charge or debit card (but not cash) to cover the cost of merchant service charge. It may be prohibited by card issuers — at all (e.g. Visa and MasterCard) or when acceptant also accepts cards with prohibited surcharge. Law may force to a
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surcharge

1. oppression of inhabitants by forest officer, punishable under the Charter and Ordinance of the Forest (1217, 1306) (M 12 (r) and 203 (v)); see
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surcharge

1. oppression of inhabitants by forest officer, punishable under the Charter and Ordinance of the Forest (1217, 1306) (M 12 (r) and 203 (v)); see
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Surcharge

A price level below which it is supposedly difficult for a security or market to fall. That is, the
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Surcharge

Assessment by vendor or governmental entity in addition to published price or contracted rate.
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Surcharge

An additional charge of money made because it was omitted in the original calculation or as a penalty, such as for paying a bill late.
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