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reassessment

(rē″ă-ses′mĕnt) [ re- + assessment]
The evaluation and care of patients recovered from the field, performed en route to the hospital. It includes appraisals of mental status, airway, breathing, circulation, vital signs, chief complaints, and the effectiveness of initial treatments.
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The reassessment comes after the median price of a home in the county peaked in February 2007 at $616,230 and has since dropped 23.
For all other threats, reassessment is not required for 10, 15, or 20 years, depending on the operating stress level of the pipeline, unless the baseline assessment and related information indicates otherwise.
First, there had been no reassessment in the past decade.
Your health services director performs a reassessment, changes the service plan and negotiates with the family for an increased service level, a process that takes two to three weeks.
Baytex confirms that the proposed reassessments, if issued, are not expected to affect Baytex s long-term business model.
Only real property is subject to periodic general reassessments to determine taxable value.
These provisions set forth procedural rules affecting the rights of "large corporations," as defined therein, to object and to appeal assessments and reassessments for tax by the Canada Revenue Agency (the "C.
Property owners may wish to seek reassessments and tax refunds for over-payment on de-valued properties as a result of the settlement precedent for two reasons.
The Company stated in its year end financials (Note # 16 "Contingent liability") that subsequent to year end, Revenue Quebec had issued reassessments pursuant to a sales tax audit in the aggregate amount of approximately $715,000, including interest.
today announced that the city of Yonkers and towns of Greenburgh and Ossining in New York have selected the company's appraisal services business to conduct property reassessments.
We believe that with CLT's many years of experience in conducting reassessments, its focus on public education, and its quality control and assurance procedures, we will achieve a superior project performance.
The Institute noted that several companies have experienced multiple reassessments of a single taxation year--up to seven in one case.