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We fail to understand how we leaseholders, all on low or fixed incomes, can be expected to fund such an excessive charge.
Pro-paper lobby group, Keep Me Posted's executive director, Kellie Northwood, said the excessive charge was unfair.
As with any battery, a lithium-ion cell has a metal outer case with a vent hole to relieve pressure in case of excessive charge. This is done to prevent overheating.
Electrostatic discharge events are important indicators of excessive charge accumulation in a given environment.
It has been claimed the new "excessive charge" to be unveiled in May next year will in fact be the reintroduction of water charges by stealth.
As with any battery, a lithium-ion cell has a metal outer case with a vent hole to relieve pressure in case of an excessive charge. This is done to prevent overheating.
I remember somewhere in the publicity at the start of all this last year it was hinted you get to keep the torch, with no mention of what I personally think is an excessive charge.
For example, by writing off capital expenditures in the year of acquisition, an excessive charge over reasonable depreciation occurs and an asset that is in use does not appear on the balance sheet.
The lack of proper signage, the way that clampers lie in wait to ambush drivers and the excessive charges for the release of vehicles show that this is an industry that is not properly controlled.
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland MP Ashok Kumar has hit out at big electricity companies who "victimise" their customers with excessive charges, compared to customers who have switched companies following deregulation of the electricity market.
The Competition Commission has said they make "excessive profits" from "excessive charges".
Patients expressed their concerns about the lack of local NHS provisions, excessive charges for private treatment, difficulty in finding out what is a reasonable charge for services and not knowing who to complain to.