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A/V

(1) (Audio/Video) Equipment and applications that deal with sound and sight. The A/V world includes microphones, tape recorders, audio mixers, still and video cameras, film projectors, slide projectors, VCRs, CD and DVD players/recorders, amplifiers and speakers. The term originally meant "audio/visual." See also antivirus.

(2) See antivirus.
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At trial, the court first determined that the County was legally authorized to assess ad valorem taxes on the improvements; but, the County was not legally authorized to assess ad valorem taxes on the land underlying the Portofino Condominiums.
This article explores a major controversy about debit card fee structures, namely, ad valorem fees versus fixed per-transaction fees.
For instance, 10 years after the constitutional revision, the court recognized there was no prohibition against a local government using ad valorem tax revenues when it was required to compute and set aside a prescribed amount, when available, for a discrete purpose.
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Last time out, Ad Valorem captured the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot.
First, we study the Pareto dominance of ad valorem taxation in short-run equilibrium, where a fixed number of firms produce imperfectly substitutable goods and engage in Bertrand competition.
Some key changes to tax increment financing law brought about by Act 2231 may be generally described as follows: (1) the definition of "total ad valorem rate" was amended to include the total millage rate of state property taxes levied on taxable property within a TIF district in a year, subject to certain exclusions; (2) before approving an ordinance creating a TIF district, a local governing body must determine the presence of certain factors within the blighted area; and (3) each plan must include an economic analysis projecting the aggregate tax impact of a TIF district on taxing units.
An ad valorem tax rate (v) is imposed as a fraction of gross revenues received by a regulated monopolist [Musgrave, 1959].
The Texas Court of Appeals had previously held that the assessment of ad valorem property tax on shipping containers used in international commerce owned by a domestic corporation violated the Foreign Commerce Clause of the U.
Highway 441/27 Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) and a covenant to budget and appropriate (CB&A), by amendment if necessary, an amount of legally available non ad valorem revenues sufficient to meet debt service payments.
To conserve natural resources and to meet the domestic demand, duty on export of iron ore has been increased from 20% to 30% ad valorem basis on all grades of iron ore(except pellets) with effect from 30.
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