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Synonyms for assess

Synonyms for assess

to establish and apply as compulsory

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

Synonyms for assess

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine

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set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine)

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estimate the value of (property) for taxation

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Code Enforcement was projecting to substitute their previous software with something, which would offer more automation, while the Assessor s Office was searching for a program that would allow them to anchor an electronic property card to an address, and automate 200ft radius searches.
The next assessor training sessions will take place on April 23 and 24.
Later, the Assessor hired a consulting firm to review the appraisals provided by the Commissioner.
We will consistently promote organisational excellence by supporting our excellence assessors professionally and academically, and activating partnerships with local and international organisations in this field," added Al Tayer.
Emiratis who were Senior Assessors in the earlier cycles of DQA shared their positive experiences with the participants at the seminar, said the press release.
It included three computer-based exams, creating three full Green Deal portfolios and studying for more than 120 hours to gain the title of Green Deal accredited assessor.
Read the full story of how insurance loss assessors helped them claim here on their website: http://www.
The assessors' recommendations include strengthening assessor training to include more specific educational fundamentals; and strengthening and making more explicit the policy on transferability, ie when a nurse moves from district health board to primary care employment or vice versa.
The conference was designed to inform assessors on any changes to benefits and grants that could affect beneficiaries.
So in West Virginia, which strictly uses elected assessors, if the assessor lowers the appraisals they not only cull favor from the constituency for reducing their individual property tax burden, but they also increase their share of state funding.
IMSA acknowledges that the developments over the last two years do serve the members more so than the assessors, but at the core of IMSA's mission is providing solutions to those areas of current and future needs in the marketplace," said Atchinson.
Summary: The Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED) honoured the assessors of the Dubai Quality Award (DQA) and Dubai Human Development Award (DHDA) 2009 at a gala dinner held at Meydan Hotel, Dubai.
EFFORTS to recruit a number of lead optometric assessors for LOCSU local skills assessment days are gathering pace.
lt;p>The new rule looms at a time when there is a shortage of assessors to do on-site security assessments, Huguelet said.
City of Sunderland College responded to the need to provide training for assessors when Home Information Pack (HIP) legislation was passed by the Government.