Reappraisal


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Reappraisal

An estimation of the value of a property, conducted by a person licensed to do so after an appraisal was previously conducted. Reappraisals are conducted periodically, for example, for property tax purposes.
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The City Of Meriden Is Desirous Of Obtaining The Services For Reappraisal And Revaluation Of Real Property For 2016 Grand List.
All of this is leading to a reappraisal of the role of mail in the marketing mix-and we're starting to see the beginnings of that reappraisal.
She said that for someone facing a stressful situation in which they have little control, such as a loved one's illness, the ability to use reappraisal should be extremely helpful - changing emotions may be one of the only things that he or she can exert some control over to try to cope.
We found that people trained in compassion were more likely to spend their own money altruistically to help someone who was treated unfairly than those who were trained in cognitive reappraisal," Weng said.
Due to the highly negative thought patterns associated with the punishing God/Higher Power reappraisal strategy, it was expected that this style in particular would be most strongly linked with bulimic symptoms.
Punishing God Reappraisal, Reappraisal of God's Powers, and Spiritual Discontent) were found to partially mediate the relationship between trauma and PTSD symptoms.
Komitee's appraiser estimated that the fair market value of the property was $250,000 based on comparable properties in the area sold after April 1, 2010, the date of the town-wide reappraisal.
Cuyahoga County (home to Cleveland) will undertake its formal reappraisal in 2012, along with 19 other counties.
a notebook PC maker, that an IFRS-compliant reappraisal of real estate assets has hiked its book value five times, from NT$13.
Four rebel Lib Dem backbenchers tabled a motion for a reappraisal of the VAT rise to 20%.
Help to improve can come in the shape of intensive support from local authorities, additional funding and resourcing, also frequent reappraisal from Ofsted.
IT'S six months since the head of the North-east's defence procurement cluster called for an urgent review of military spending and an honest reappraisal of Britain's role on the world stage.