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  • adj. Not refundable; not able to be refunded.


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  • Under rules for these cheaper, so-called nonrefundable fares, rebooking would have cost an extra $150 to cover the penalty fee for changing a reservation, as well as any difference between the original fare and the one that the airline was later charging.

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  • Finally, the package was nonrefundable, which is true for many package deals, so I bought trip insurance (something I don't normally do) because I did not want unexpected illness or anything else to cause me to lose my money.

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  • Note that these tax credits are "nonrefundable," meaning that taxpayers can't get more back in credits than they pay in federal income tax.

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  • An agreement for a "nonrefundable" escrow deposit is invalid and unenforceable, according to the recent California case of

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  • While figuring out the details, I have noticed that "nonrefundable" and "cancellation penalty" are leisure industry buzzwords lately. News

  • And like its European inspiration, Ryanair, the company takes the word "nonrefundable" very literally.

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  • Most tax credits are nonrefundable, meaning they simply zero out a tax bill.


  • I know that the fee is "nonrefundable" but is there a way I can fight to get it back?

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  • $65 million license fee and a "nonrefundable" $100,000 application fee? RSS

  • "nonrefundable" $300,000 he picked up on joining Spansion just became refundable - the bankruptcy trustee is entitled to compel the return of any funds paid out within the preceding ninety days that benefit one creditor over others.

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