extraordinary fees

extraordinary fees

n. attorneys fees claimed, usually in the administration of a dead person's estate, for work beyond the normal, including filing collection suits, preparing tax returns, or requiring unusual effort beneficial to the estate. This claim is in addition to the usual statutory or court-approved legal fees. The attorney must submit proof of time, effort, and benefit to justify the claim, and the final determination is at the judge's discretion. (See: probate)

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For most of the Premier League's first decade the Blues were not contenders despite being one of the more consistent performers and achieving the odd cup success.That changed spectacularly with the arrival ofAbramovich in 2003.With Jose Mourinho as manager, Chelsea paid extraordinary fees for some of the world's best players and became a formidable unit, winning back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006.Another followed under Carlo Ancelotti in 2010.
* A percentage of the assets they're administering (often 1.25 percent or more per year; on a 8500,000 trust, that's 86,250 per year, plus any extraordinary fees).
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The commitment amount also has a cushion to cover any extraordinary fees and expenses or any increase in fees denominated in currencies other than notes currency as a result of changes in the exchange rate.

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