Agreed Valuation

Agreed Valuation

The value of cargo being transported on a ship, as agreed by the owner and the shipper. The agreed valuation is important because it helps determine both what the shipper is paid to transport the cargo and the amount of liability for insurance purposes.
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5 million, payable in Santhera shares at an agreed valuation of CHF 27.
5m which is payable in Santhera shares at an agreed valuation of CHF27.
Randall and Quilter said the agreed valuation of the businesses being sold is GBP 20m (USD 27.
The purchase price was based on an agreed valuation of GBPC as confirmed by an independent third party valuator, GT Capital said.
Cargo insurance will step in and protect the innocent shipper for its agreed valuation, usually the higher of either sales or market price.
After long and hard-fought efforts by the company, there was a final agreed valuation of PS4.
6 percent (direct and indirect) shareholding in Azizia Panda United Company (Panda) in exchange for issuing new shares in Savola to Al-Muhaidib based on a new agreed valuation (transaction) following the approval of its board of directors.
The final consideration for the acquisition will be determined through a previously agreed valuation process.
THE same couple were also approached by the National Timeshare Helpline who claimed they had "clients interested in your timeshare ownership at your agreed valuation of pounds 8,000".
If an offer is made within 12 weeks which is less than the agreed valuation, McCarthy & Stone will top it up to make up the full agreed amount.
The agreed valuation of the total shareholding of Openbit is EUR12m, of which Tanla is acquiring 85% from the outgoing financial investors.
By 2010, participants in the Vancouver Accord intend to collaborate on agreed valuation practices and standards, participate in a consensus to create consistent approaches to valuation and sustainability, and create education tools and resources to improve knowledge and skills in this area.