loss of value


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loss of value

noun contraction, debasement, declination, decline, declivity, decrease, deflation, degeneration, depreciation, deterioration, devaluation, diminution, dwindling, losing ground, recession, regression, retrenchment, retrogression, shrinking
Associated concepts: diminishment, inquest
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Hypothesis 1: In the presence of loss of value due to longer development times, managers should have a bias towards reducing backlogs of projects.
Where a property is outside of these zones but there is a loss of value due to the running of the railway, a compensation claim may be made for loss of value to the property a year after trains have commenced running, which according to the current timetable would not make a claim eligible until 2027 for phase 1 or 2033 for phase 2.
The Union noted that although the grievant did experience two absences from work after the issuance of his Loss of Value letter in October, 2004, he had clearly demonstrated a strong desire to make himself available to work as evidenced by the fact that he reported for work immediately following hi discharge from the hospital on June 28, 2005.
A $5,000 credit for appraisal costs and other costs associated with filing and pursuing a claim to be considered loss of value.
Since our fears concerning loss of value or threat to a value seem to occupy much of our attention, the words that express threats to that value are equally significant.
Growers and elevators also are eligible for Aventis payments for documented StarLink costs or losses such as transportation, storage, testing, demurrage -- extra costs resulting from handling StarLink -- and loss of value.
Using regression analysis, the firm's consultants estimated from market data the annual rate of loss of value (called economic depreciation) of the original investment in a building.
In the case of an insurance product or annuity that involves an investment risk, there is investment risk associated with the product, including the possible loss of value
The Board concluded that it wished to retain ownership of the Company's two-way business in light of the fact that it is a sufficiently profitable business that the likelihood of any material reduction or loss of value to this business over the next few years was low.
Global Banking News-June 27, 2016--British banks saw massive loss of value after Brexit
Glencore had a massive net income fall of 75 percent last year, which is due in large part to a decline in China s economic growth and a loss of value of the company s stake in Russian aluminum giant Rusal.
Families living in the area around the airport fear the loss of green belt land, extra pollution, noise and a loss of value to their homes if plans to extend the airport over the next 24 years get the go-ahead.