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assessor

Any person who contributes to a trainee’s assessment in the workplace, providing feedback to the trainee and to the clinical supervisor and educational supervisor.

assessor

(ă-ses′ŏr) [L. assessor, assistant to a judge]
One who makes an appraisal of a patient's signs, symptoms, or status, or of the data of a research protocol.
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In February, 18 tax assessors were indicted for taking bribes in exchange for lower tax bills, a scheme that cost the city $40 million a year in lost revenues.
Local tax assessors are in a unique position to make an initial screening; that is, they are the professional group most capable of judging the importance of the factor of hazardous waste compared with the factors of taxes, community services, the business climate, and other characteristics that affect property values, transactions, and land uses.
A tax assessor and the head of the assessors' union testified next, outlining a number of reforms that they claimed would help.
No building owners have yet to be implicated in the tax scheme that shook the real estate industry last week with the indictment of 18 Manhattan tax assessors accused of cutting property taxes for bribes.
Also new within the Simpson trial custom online product is California public records information including a nationwide person locator, professional licenses, contractor license information, business locator, tax assessor records, deed transfer records, and corporation and limited partnership records.
Elsewhere in the city, the hotels have been particularly hard hit and should make their pain known to the tax assessor.
731 (1995), the Supreme Court held for the first time in Connecticut that a municipal tax assessor must take into consideration the actual lease rents generated by the commercial property under appeal.
Where there is a sale of the property, the next year the real estate tax assessor will automatically fix the increase at 45 percent of the sale price, said Sam Schneeweiss, a partner with Becker, Ross, Stone Destefano & Klein.
Until very recently, tax assessors in Georgia and many other states did not consider foreclosed and bank-owned home sales in their property valuation assessment formulas, which include a review of recent comparable sales.
1, 2006, will be treated the same as a surviving spouse by local property tax assessors.
The report failed to mention that the city has been served with 57 lawsuits commenced by taxpayers suing over the alleged bribery scheme where several former city tax assessors have pled guilty to participating in the $10 million collusion that lowered some property owner's tax assessment while increasing others.
Attorney's office handed down indictments to 18 current and former tax assessors charging them with reportedly taking $10 million in bribes to alter assessments on more than 550 buildings in the last 35 years.