re-assessment

re-assessment

The periodic re-evaluation of the health and social services needs and risks of individuals as part of a review, as required under the Single Assessment Process in the UK.
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Rijke underwent the re-assessment on August 13 at Loughborough University in England where her action was again found illegal.
Rijke underwent the re-assessment on 13 August 2019 at Loughborough University in England when her action was again found to be illegal.
A risk assessment prior to parnerships with external business partners or service agreements should be made with periodic re-assessment.
The Department for Communities announcement follows the same policy change which was implemented last month for new PIP claimants who reached State Pension age before their planned re-assessment.
In this light, he explores the foundations and re-assessment of the international legal order, and the international order in action.
The re-assessment will take place at the Center for Sports Science (CSS) of the Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research in Chennai.
The re-assessment of commingling risk is captured in the updated Structured Finance and Covered Bonds Counterparty Criteria (dated 1 August 2018 at www.fitchratings.com).
The best way was to conduct a new survey so that re-assessment of all WASA customers could be done, he maintained.
The best way is to conduct a new survey so that re-assessment of all WASA customers could be done.
"The 4Q17 results included income tax expenses of CHF2,234 million, mainly reflecting the re-assessment of deferred tax assets with an associated tax charge of CHF2.3 billion, primarily resulting from a reduction in the US federal corporate tax rate following the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in the US during 4Q17.