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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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I think we need to reappraise whether we want him to run this organization, because what he is proposing would result in a sea-change from what we had at the NRB during the days of [former NRB President] Ben Armstrong and Brandt Gustavson," LaHaye said.
That's a development that may cause Ireland boss Mick McCarthy to reappraise his options heading into 2002.
Legal requirements to protect data is also forcing institutions to reappraise their security products.
With unprecedented growth in the area, it became impossible to reappraise all the property in either county within a calendar year.
Therefore, the computer really thinks the date is "1907" and when 2007 comes along, you miss sending that all important renewal option to get the cheap rent, or to reappraise, or whatever.
He has said that every citizen must have the right to reappraise his political views, including those held during the Hitler years, in the light of "subsequent experience and knowledge.
In corporate life, it is a smart move to reappraise the structure and procedures of your compensation committee.
I BELIEVE Cardiff council should reappraise its policy on the proposed green maintenance charges to be imposed on clubs in 2015.
The quote marks are needed, because if the sly, short dig Suarez aimed at the Chilean defender's face in this week's international can really be termed 'a punch' we need to reappraise the Marquess of Queensberry's rules.
By getting the public to reappraise turkey, Bernard Matthews hoped to grow the market as a whole, said marketing controller Raj Sahota.
More than eight in 10 (82 per cent) say the recession has led them to reappraise the adequacy and effectiveness of the company's governance processes for managing risk, and 85 per cent report that the downturn has resulted in the audit committee having more involvement with management.