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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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But for Texans living in jurisdictions that ordered disaster reassessments, what's listed on their tax bill may not be what they end up owing after local appraisal districts finish their disaster reassessments.
Sick and disabled people have been waiting for the Government to announce specific conditions that would be exempt from punitive reassessments, finally providing the certainty many have been waiting for.
They are of course, correct to say that more people are on PIP than DLA (Disabled Living Allowance), however the issue about the loss of Motability cars is that, this is as a result of a reassessment from DLA to PIP.
BHP Billiton has initiated Court proceedings to appeal the reassessments, Ms Michie said.
Furthermore, New York State has unique property tax provisions; if property owners are not aware of these provisions and if they are implemented during reassessment, it could significantly impact property owners by shifting a disproportionate share of the tax burden to one or more classifications of property.
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.
Assumption #4: Periodic Reassessments Will Cover Any Adjustments in Resident Resource Consumption
Such reassessments will be expensive for Canadian employers, because they may need to make additional payments to employees under existing tax equalization agreements and they may be required to remit additional tax withholdings (plus interest and penalties) for failure to make and remit the appropriate source deductions.
The rules mentioned above apply equally to reassessments as they do to assessments; i.