service charge


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service charge

n.
An additional charge for a service for which there is already a basic fee. Also called service fee.

service charge

n
a percentage of a bill, as at a restaurant or hotel, added to the total to pay for service

serv′ice charge`


n.
a fee charged for a service, sometimes in addition to a basic charge. Also called serv′ice fee`.
[1915–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.service charge - a percentage of a bill (as at a hotel or restaurant) added in payment for service
charge - the price charged for some article or service; "the admission charge"
corkage - a charge added at a restaurant for every bottle of wine served that was not bought on the premises
Translations
příplatek za obsluhu
servicegebyr
palvelumaksu
cijena usluge
サービス料
서비스 요금
serveringsavgift
ค่าบริการ
phí dịch vụ

service charge

n (in restaurant) → servizio

service charge

رَسْمُ الـخِدْمَة příplatek za obsluhu servicegebyr Bedienungszuschlag χρέωση υπηρεσίας pago por el servicio palvelumaksu prix du service cijena usluge servizio サービス料 서비스 요금 bedieningsgeld driks opłata za obsługę taxa de serviço доплата за обслуживание serveringsavgift ค่าบริการ servis ücreti phí dịch vụ 服务费
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Seawick Holiday Park - St Osyth, nr Clacton-on-Sea Service Charge PS6.
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Once the proposed measure was enacted into law, Villanueva said, restaurant and hotel workers, whether regular, contractual, or agency-hired, would be entitled to a 100 percent service charge as long as they would directly deliver the service to their customers.
Joel Villanueva, author and sponsor of Senate Bill 1299, said restaurant and hotel workers are currently given only 85 percent of the service charge collected, which they split among themselves.
1299, which, if enacted, would mandate hotels, restaurants and other similar establishments to distribute to "covered" employees all the service charge they collected from customers.
Once the proposed measure was enacted into law, the senator said restaurant and hotel workers, whether regular, contractual, or agency-hired, would be entitled to a 100 percent service charge as long as they would directly deliver the service to their customers.
Should a landlord fail to pay the required service charge, their tenants may encounter problems, such as access cards no longer granting entry to the building's car park or swimming pool.
He said the guidelines recently issued by the government is to make the work of consumer and civil courts easier when take up consumer complaints against illegal levying of service charge.
In the first category, we propose a 15pc service charge, of which 5pc is paid to the government by the restaurant," explained committee head Ahmad Subah Al Saloom.
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A service charge covers additional services provided by a landlord that are not included in the rent, such as grass cutting or caretaking services.
We are pleased that the Supreme Court has confirmed the correct legal interpretation of the service charge provisions of the leases.

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