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Synonyms for revaluation

a new appraisal or evaluation

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For both women, their immediate focus will be to help CBRE's occupier and landlord clients with outstanding 2017 revaluation appeals that are due to be heard later this year and into 2020 Brian Rogan, CBRE's head of rating in Scotland, said: "This is still a challenging time for north-east businesses after the exceptional economic changes witnessed in recent years.
'The revaluation adjustments reflected the 6.8 percent quarter-on-quarter dip in the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) as well as the continued depreciation of the Philippine peso against the US dollar, resulting in lower US dollar equivalents of peso-denominated instruments,' the central bank said.
Retail is one sector that has been hit hard by the rise in rates bills following the 2017 revaluation, with a number of well-known high-street retailers calling in administrators or collapsing under the weight of spiralling costs, increased competition and changing market dynamics.
The recommendation of three-yearly revaluations, with the valuation date set just one year before a rating comes into effect, is a significant win.
"Over the next five years, allowing for transitional Sajid relief which limits how quickly bills can rise and fall, with increases through inflation, CVS projects Tesco will save PS105.32m in rates under the revaluation for its largest stores.
As part of Cyprus' bailout agreement with international lenders, authorities here completed the revaluation of around half a million properties in 2014.
The enumerated revaluation events generally are considered to be events that change the economic entitlements of the partners.
Under the current system, business rates are recalculated every five years, with the last revaluation taking place in 2010.
The Indian central bank, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has allowed some items on the balance sheet, most notably, the revaluation reserves linked to property holdings, to be included in banks' tier-1 capital.
Councillors have claimed Kirklees businesses have suffered due to cancellation of the revaluation of business rates.
SMALL businesses in some parts of Belfast may have to relocate following the latest rates revaluation, it was claimed yesterday.
After months of uncertainty, the Valuation Office has con-firmed that rate revaluation for commercial properties would take place on April 1 2017 following a valuation date of April 1 2015.
Under IFRS, International Accounting Standard (IAS) 16 allows companies to choose either the cost model or the revaluation model when accounting for property, plant and equipment (PPE).
South Miami, FL, September 09, 2014 --( An innovative and useful improvement on an existing sporting goods accessory simple yet innovative new product targeted at millions of fishermen worldwide, the New Revaluation Arrow, has been developed by Leif Hollingshead of Cortez, California.