Back charges

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charges brought forward after an account has been made up.

See also: Back

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nissan Motors is seeking to repair its strained relations with the French government and partner Renault SA, following the arrest of former chairman Carlos Ghosn indicted in back to back charges of financial fraud and trust breaching, The Japan Times reported.
The iDimension LTL is an NTEP-Certified solution with advanced sensing technology that determines the dimensions of palleted freight to within 0.5 inches of accuracy in 2 seconds, avoiding back charges from less-than-truckload carriers.
Talking to media persons in London, he said the Supreme Court had disqualified him on having 'Iqama' as he was neither involved in corruption nor in kick back charges.
This came on the heels of a series of revelations and accusations that Mighty, a homegrown firm that was founded soon after World War II, had been evading taxes mainly by producing bogus tax stamps, totaling P9.6 billion in back charges. By law, the Bureau of Internal Revenue is authorized to cancel the license to operate of companies found guilty of tax evasion.
Until now, disabled drivers could use free parking bays or, if full, claim back charges. The trust pays chief executive Kevin McGee PS165,000 a year - PS21,500 year more than Theresa May.
Council bosses say they were forced to bring back charges as they have to remove PS32m from the authority's budget in 2014/15 and a further PS100m over the next three years.
More than 4,000 delegates at the Royal College of Nursing annual conference in Liverpool will vote today on whether to back charges for GP appointments.
Anti-Terrorism Court Lahore turned down a plea of the prosecution for taking back charges against Saad Rafique.
Fees charged by banks, often for services as minor as changing an Internet password, have remained a subject of customer discontent even after the banking regulator has repeatedly introduced rules aimed at rolling back charges.
"Then she tried to hit us with bogus back charges."