assessor


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  • noun

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an official who evaluates property for the purpose of taxing it

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County commissioners are expected to make a selection on April 5, Spickard's last day as assessor.
Thankfully, there were no injuries and no records or files were lost, only computer equipment,'' Los Angeles County Assessor Rick Auerbach said in a statement.
The lay assessors scheme is designed to give power to the people who can report dodgy contractors and shoddy work and ensure problems are raised and dealt with.
Assessor for SAP is a comprehensive business and technical diagnostic solution that produces detailed reports about an SAP environment.
For the first round of assessments, the Big Five accounting firms provided the bulk of independent assessor candidates.
The technical assessor noted that 'despite its its many achievements Menara Mesiniaga is not problem free.
Since the formation of the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association in 1996, Ken Kalis has been a qualified independent assessor for life insurers in their certification process with IMSA, which promotes ethical standards in the sale and service of life insurance, annuities and long-term care insurance.
To qualify as an assessor, candidates must study towards a diploma in Domestic Energy Assessment.
The county assessor is the largest such office in the nation, with responsibility for 2.
One lead assessor should be from the geographic area where the assessment is taking place and one from outside the geographic area," a LOCSU spokeswoman confirmed.
com titled "Real Estate Crisis May Lower Your Tax Property Bill," Aharoni urges readers not to trash their "Tentative Assessment Value" notice when they receive it in the mail from their county assessor.
Variations in the score for an assessment arise from a number of factors: the particular case, the assessor marking the case and the candidates themselves.
Peters explained: "At a recent game I congratulated the referee, and he told me he had been marked down by the match assessor because he hadn't issued enough yellow cards.
When a field tax assessor came to his house, Singletary allegedly held a machete to his neck, later denying doing so, but still invoking the Castle Doctrine Law, which expands the right to use deadly force in self-defense to a vehicle or business.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- IntelliCorp, a worldwide provider of software tools for lifecycle management and system support of SAP(R) solutions, today announced significant momentum of its Assessor(TM) Upgrade and Assessor Support Pack Editions.
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