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Ratable

1. Describing a property of which an appraisal is possible. For example, a farm is a ratable property because its value is able to be assessed.

2. See: Taxable.
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The 1RS noted that X determined that under generally accepted accounting principles, its lease liability should be recognized ratably over the period of the lease, and thus accrues the liability on its financial statements over the period of the lease.
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