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In Arkansas, the assessed value of a property is 20 percent of the appraised value.
Even though officials are limited by law to paying fair market value, Grecco negotiated or approved prices that exceeded appraised values in 22 deals.
Under the appraised value methodology, FINRA would require share value to be based on the valuation of the REITS' assets and liabilities.
82-acre spread carries an appraised value of $671,950 on the Pulaski County tax rolls.
1000 crore shall be appraised by SFC/EFC/PIB headed by secretary, Road Transport and Highways and approved by Minister, Road Transport and Highways.
According to Pipeline Equities, the methods for determining value are different from any other type of appraisal practice due to the uniqueness of the product being appraised as no two pipelines are the same.
The consulting firm concluded the Commissioner's appraised values of the land were too low.
Acentia is one of only seven companies in the United States currently appraised at Level 4 under the current standard.
23, 1945, by the Pulitzer Prize-winning Joe Rosenthal, were appraised at $2,500 to $5,000.
In an ominous sign for owners of overpriced New York City real estate, Laurence Gluck's troubled Riverton Houses has been appraised at a price 15 percent lower than its first mortgage for a foreclosure sale scheduled for Friday, according to financial analyst firm Trepp.
PCTs are not forced to fund treatments which have not yet been appraised by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice), or which are not being appraised.
Currently, new cancer drugs are only available to all patients on the NHS in Wales after they have been appraised for cost and clinical effectiveness by either the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) or the All-Wales Medicines Strategy Group (AWMSG).