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ASSESSORS, civil law. So called from the word adsidere, which Signifies to be seated with the judge. They were lawyers who were appointed to assist, by their advice, the Roman magistrates, who were generally ignorant of law. being mere military men. Dig. lib. 1, t. 22; Code, lib. 1, t. 51.
     2. In our law an assessor is one who has been legally appointed to value and appraise property, generally. with a view of laying a tax on it.

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Business Excellence Awards is possible every year because of the assessors who work silently behind the scenes.
On-Line Appeals are now available on the Assessors website: https://www.adcogov.org
Veolia, therefore, was required to show that it had complied with the statute by filing an application for abatement 1) on or before February 6, 2015; 2) to the assessors; and 3) on a form approved by the commissioner.
The court noted that although the DCF approach is appropriate in some cases, assessors must use the valuation approach that most accurately measures the full cash value of the property without any consideration of the owner's identity or intent behind purchasing the property.
Major General Obaid Muhair Bin Suroor, the chairman of Taqdeer Award, who is also the deputy director general of General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) in Dubai, lauded the assessors for their contribution to the award.
How to cite: Furey, Heidi (2017), "Do Ignorant Assessors Cases Pose a Challenge to Relativism about Epistemic Modals?," Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations 16: 29-48.
The objective of the ceremony is to encourage the NAVTTC notified 200 assessors, who will be conducting the Competency Based Training (CBT) assessment in months to come.
The medical education regulator is facing a severe paucity of assessors who are supposed to be very senior medical professionals.
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McInerney is close to appointing a new principal assessor. And this time, Town Hall is working more collaboratively than before with the Board of Assessors to select the office's chief professional staff member.