Definition of Accessorial. Meaning of Accessorial. Synonyms of Accessorial

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Definition of Accessorial

Accessorial
Accessorial Ac`ces*so"ri*al, a. Of or pertaining to an accessory; as, accessorial agency, accessorial guilt.

Meaning of Accessorial from wikipedia

- knowledge that a crime is about to be committed count as sufficient for accessorial liability. Two or more persons may act as prin****ls in the first or...
- "novel discovery that these 'super-hot' chili peppers have developed accessorial vesicles on the pericarp tissue in addition to the vesicles on the placental...
- deliveries at the carrier's terminals. By doing this, shippers avoid any accessorial fees that might normally be charged for liftgate, residential pickup/delivery...
- charges: duplicate charges, incorrect discount amounts, and phantom accessorial charges. Invoicing errors are a common phenomenon, and most large carriers...
- Corporation of China into two grid companies, five generation groups and four accessorial business companies. The two grid companies created were the State Grid...
- accuracy. Auditors verify the bills' validity, mileage, duplicate payments, accessorial charges, and use of correct tariffs. After auditing, the charges are...
- that in South African law there is generally no distinction between accessorial liability and defeating the course of justice. Thus the court noted that...
- enhancement to UPS and FedEx because they do not charge the full array of accessorial charges mentioned in the section above. Delivery of heavy goods, such...
- offence. "****isting" is likely to be considered similar to "aiding" in accessorial liability. ****istance can be provided indirectly, for example through...
- small dots in the field), forms of the hatched loop and double-axe, and accessorial rows of small dots and single or double wavy lines"; also, the "ripple...
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