mischarge

mischarge

(ˌmɪsˈtʃɑːdʒ)
vb (tr)
to charge incorrectly
n
an incorrect charge
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A gross mischarge of justice has been done in Sarabjit's case," Sheikh said.
Our banks mischarge us and mortgage companies deceive us with policies that do nothing more than benefit unseen brokerages, and, guided by our government, we invest in pensions which are worthless.
This includes costs incurred to measure or otherwise quantify improper charging, and to remedy or correct the mischarge. Directly related in-house efforts such as reconstructing or restating general ledger data also fall within this provision and cannot be recovered through government contracts directly or indirectly.
Although the FCA aspect of the decision will not be discussed here, the reader should be aware of the consequences of mischarging IR & D's expenses and the government's position with respect to the application of the FCA to such a mischarge.
Kipps, do you believe the Department of Justice would prosecute a subcontractor for a $1,000 mischarge on a $10,000 subcontract on a $20 million contract and ask for a $40 million fine?"(83) In other words, the Committee, at least, understood that the government could prosecute under the Act in such circumstances.
The ASBCA noted that to establish fraud there should be an intent to deceive, coupled with reliance on the misrepresentation by the "other party to its detriment." The board pointed out further that there was no evidence of an intent by LMC to deceive or that the army relied on any part of the "mischarge." Since the amounts related to the Ford contract had been excluded from the claims, those costs were not part of the current submissions.
We cannot ignore these consumer reports of the disappearance of prepaid mobile credits, including mischarges, hidden charges and errors in opt out mechanisms,' he added.
The DOJ maintained the University's department of surgery kept a second set of books that contained the mischarges. "It is painful to pay such a stiff price for the problems of yesterday," Mark Yudof, University president said, "but I agree that it is best to put an end to years of distractions and focus on today's exciting challenges."