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reassess

verb reappraise, reappreciate, reapprise, recalculate, recharge, reestimate, reevaluate, regauge, rejudge, relevy, remeasure, rerank, retax, revalue
Associated concepts: reassessed tax
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BHP Billiton has initiated Court proceedings to appeal the reassessments, Ms Michie said.
Cash that is deposited in respect of a reassessment would be refunded, plus interest, if the Company were ultimately successful in challenging that reassessment.
They want help but they also want when they are ill not to be badgered to go back to the job centre for reassessment.
We are basically looking at all single-family homes and condos that have a purchase date, whether purchased new or resale, between July 1, 2004, and June 30, 2007, because those are the ones we think might deserve a reassessment below their Proposition 13 values," Auerbach said.
The Department of Transportation is moving ahead with plans to develop a "special permit" which would exempt pipeline segments from the seven-year corrosion reassessment requirement in the gas transmission integrity management rule.
For example, in May, EPA proposed to revoke exemptions from regulatory limits on residues for 129 inert substances used in pesticide formulations, arguing that it lacks sufficient data to conduct the detailed reassessment required under the FQPA.
Reassessment and economic development together increased the number of parcels in the county.
However, the periodic reassessments most assisted living organizations use to determine whether the residents are in the correct service level are often grossly inaccurate because they are based on staff estimates of care requirements, not on the actual minutes of care consumed.
Especially important are those relating to the contesting of an unfavorable assessment or reassessment.
A reassessment of rating agency capital requirements, readjustment of catastrophe models and the rising cost of capital influenced pricing decisions, although there was no shortage of capacity.
In management s view, the CRA s proposed reassessments of the Baytex subsidiaries, and certain of its recent reassessments of other Canadian companies, is part of a broader initiative on the CRA s part to challenge companies with respect to the use of tax attributes.
We have paid the price for this through federal penalties that are costing the county on average up to $800,000 per month for delayed reassessments, and the children we are responsible for have paid the price with their safety and, in certain cases, with their lives," Supervisor Don Knabe said.