Regulation charge

Regulation charge – this term applies in the area of Civil Trials, where refers to a tax or fee charged on the initial stage of performing legal action. Mostly this term refers to the court tax for submitting a court claim. For example, in litigation procedures, if you submit in court a claim for refund of ten thousand dollars, a percentage of this sum represents the standard court fee for entering such a claim. The amount of regulation charge varies in every legal system. In developing countries the regulation charge is kept intentionally by the governments as high amount, preventing in this way the people to seek justice and putting limits to their civil rights.

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