Translation of service charge in Spanish:
- 1.1 (in restaurant) there is a service charge of 10%1.2 (in banking) 1.3 (for maintenance — of apartment)se cobra un 10% de serviciogastos (masculine plural) comunes or (Spain) de comunidad(— of office)Example sentences
- I have assessed an appropriate service charge for the property as being £1 per square foot of net accommodation.
- It is regrettable the final bills were delayed but lease-holders are fully aware each year the council will bill them with a service charge to cover a number of costs, including the maintenance of communal areas around their homes.
- The two-bedroom units are subject to a £275 service charge while the three-bedroom properties have an annual charge of £350.
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