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Assessor

A person licensed by a municipality to conduct appraisals of local properties. An assessor may take into account the quality of a property, values of surrounding properties, and market conditions in the area. The purpose of an assessor's appraisals is to assess the value of properties so as to determine each owner's property tax liability.

assessor

A public official charged with maintaining the property tax rolls and the accuracy of the appraised and assessed value of properties.
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Unfortunately the COD implies nothing about the proclivity of an assessor to engage in any form of systematic bias (Stewart 1977).
Dennis Groner, another independent assessor from IMSA's beginnings, has helped to certify 50 or 60 companies.
EFFORTS to recruit a number of lead optometric assessors for LOCSU local skills assessment days are gathering pace.
If you think you might want to go this route, ask your assessor for recommendations.
However, this data is costly to generate due to the expense of simulation and the requirement of many hours of rating from expert assessors (30 hours per assessor in this study).
They are watching games through the eyes of the assessor in the stand rather than backing their own judgment.
We hope it will be addressed during the spring legislative session," said Maura Kownacki, a spokeswoman for the assessor.
When a homeowner pulls a building permit, the city forwards the information to the county assessor for reassessment, according to material from a Spidell Publishing course.
It goes on to state that any other information provided by the assessor is also not liable.
To check the identity of an assessor or to arrange an assessment call 01642 391170.
Until now, the assessor has met the referee for a chat before the match and afterwards for a debriefing.

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