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appraisal

An evaluation or estimate (preferably by a qualified professional appraiser) of the market or other value, cost, utility, or other attribute of land or other facility.
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In Coastal Liquids, the state supreme court concluded that whether the underground facilities were viewed as an "improvement" or an "estate or interest" in property, they were a valuable part of the taxable real property that the tax code required the district to appraise:
The Philippine government could decide to auction the collection after Christie's and rival Sotheby's appraise three sets of jewelry confiscated almost three decades ago after the fall of Imelda's husband, former President Ferdinand E.
Summary: GCC foreign ministers will gather on Sunday, 3rd March, in Saudi capital, Riyadh, to appraise latest developments and rapid changes at regional and international scenes.
Kenneth Gloss, the well-known antiquarian book expert, appraiser and retailer, will speak and appraise books starting at 12:15 p.m.
But both these governmental bodies have been widely criticised for either being too slow to appraise new drugs - there can be an 18-month time-lag between when a drug is licensed and when it is appraised - or for putting cost ahead of potential clinical benefit.
He is qualified as to appraise real property in Metropolitan New York and Long Island and has appraise for equity and mortgage investment, estate, tax certiorari, matrimonial, transfer and condemnation purposes.
16, 2007, the appraiser has (i) successfully completed college or professional-level coursework relevant to the property being valued, (ii) obtained at least two years' experience in the trade or business of buying, selling or valuing the type of property involved and (iii) fully described in the appraisal his or her education and experience that qualify the appraiser to appraise the type of property being valued.
It is an unfortunate reality that those who cannot agree on the value of a loss must be willing and able to set aside their differences in order to reach an agreement on what to appraise.