Officials said the crime family's leaders pocketed most of the exorbitant rental fees paid by several hundred street vendors, totaling $1.5 million in 1993 and 1994 combined.
CinemaNow's typical rental fees for the store's 1,000-plus library of movies range from $2.99 for older titles to $3.99 for new releases.
These new tags are sold, rather than rented, so they help save money over the life of the tag by eliminating the monthly $1 rental fee.
Home Film Festival charges a $6 rental fee and a minimum shipping fee of $4.30 (www.homefilmfestival.com).
Taking full control also saved some money as now WB had the ability to buy cars, recondition them, and use them without paying daily rental fees.
Some water districts are seeking rental fees from the county, which does not want to pay.
For the excessive rental fees you could probably rent a car and stay at inexpensive motels, or buy a..
Nonprofit groups get a 50 percent discount off the daily rental fee.
Instead, IMG settled with the municipality for a minor refurbishment of the stadium in exchange for an increased rental fee (1.5 millions euros).
Access to some of the extensive "private" areas of the Great Park is available, on application, for an annual "key rental" fee of £20 (2011 price) plus deposit.