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  • adjective Not associated with the charging of a fee.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ fee

Examples

  • Clients still may buy leveraged or inverse ETFs unsolicited through a nonfee-based account if the profile on the account includes "trading and speculation," the adviser said.

    Wells Fargo Shuns Some ETFs

  • Almost forty percent of a group of New Jersey wills, in the period 1810-13, which contained gifts to a widow, gave her an estate measured by the duration of her widowhood.44 In New York City, seven out of twelve wills probated, in the summer of 1843, contained some sort of nonfee disposition.45

    A History of American Law

  • In absolute terms, the number of nonfee dispositions trusts, settlements, chains of future interests certainly increased, in the 19th century—at least as fast as the population and probably much faster.

    A History of American Law

  • In absolute terms, the number of nonfee dispositions trusts, settlements, chains of future interests certainly increased, in the 19th century—at least as fast as the population and probably much faster.

    A History of American Law

  • Almost forty percent of a group of New Jersey wills, in the period 1810-13, which contained gifts to a widow, gave her an estate measured by the duration of her widowhood.44 In New York City, seven out of twelve wills probated, in the summer of 1843, contained some sort of nonfee disposition.45

    A History of American Law

  • In absolute terms, the number of nonfee dispositions trusts, settlements, chains of future interests certainly increased, in the 19th century—at least as fast as the population and probably much faster.

    A History of American Law

  • Almost forty percent of a group of New Jersey wills, in the period 1810-13, which contained gifts to a widow, gave her an estate measured by the duration of her widowhood.44 In New York City, seven out of twelve wills probated, in the summer of 1843, contained some sort of nonfee disposition.45

    A History of American Law

  • So, Mr. President, I want to know, do you understand what it actually costs to graze on public lands, because there are a lot of nonfee costs; and if you don't understand that,

    Abc Childrens Questions With The President

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