Admission fee

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The admission fee is a payment that must be made in order to be accepted as a member of an organization or as a participant in an event.

For participants of an event, the term admission is more common.

One form of admission fee was the burgher’s fee[1] (See. Citizen#Middle Ages and early modern period). When entering a religious order or a convent of women, such a fee had to be paid as well.[2] be paid.

Today, admission fees are sometimes due upon joining an association

Individual references

  1. Christiane Hamen: Groups and ways of life in the city around 1200. 1st edition. Grin-Verlag, 2003, ISBN 978-3-638-87959-0, p. 8.
  2. Werner von Kieckebusch: Chronicle of the Monastery of Heiligengrabe From the Reformation to the Middle of the 20th Century. 1. Edition. Lukas Verlag, Berlin 2008, ISBN 978-3-86732-040-5, p. 59.