undergo the expense of

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Following changes in officers' signatures or par value, a company can immediately begin issuing new certificates, rather than undergo the expense of "over-silvering" existing stock.
Magelnicki said a change in area code would force businesses to undergo the expense of changing things such as letterhead and business cards.
The Association also noted that such producers potentially would be at an economic disadvantage and forced either to use bST or undergo the expense of a certification program.