Default fee condition

  Data in a fee table which will automatically result in a transaction in an automated systems each time the stated conditions occur (such as a balance falling below a certain amount, or it is the end of the interest charging period, etc.) unless manual intervention occurs to stop the automatic transaction being made.

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