confiscatory rates

confiscatory rates
With respect to utilities, are rates which do not afford a reasonable return on value of property at time it is used in public service; rates which do not afford net return sufficient to preserve utility's property and to attract capital necessary to enable utility to discharge its public duties

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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