from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a person who valuates; an assessor or appraiser
- n. a person who appreciates something and sets a value on it
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who values; an appraiser.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See cruiser, 2.
- n. One who values, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who assesses the monetary worth of possessions
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Once the repairs are finished, the same valuer is paid for a 2nd visit to make certain the repairs have been finished.
Now, the Bombay High Court has taken into consideration investors 'objections and appointed an independent valuer, that is, Ernst
The share price has already plummeted from £5 less than two years ago to around 20p at the end of last week and they will now have to wait for a Treasury appointed independent 'valuer' to decide how much - if any - compensation they might receive.
As well as placing a worth on the home, a valuer must also confirm there are no major structural defects, for example a bad foundation, leaky roof, or termite damage.
If the valuer discovers property defects, you must hire a contractor to finish the repairs.
A quick walk around the corner past two pawnbrokers, Richard Sharp, a valuer at rival estate agent Yates Walker, tells the same story.
In the event, she met a property valuer, Anthony LoCicero, online and later he flew to England, where she had returned, for a blind date.
The market for top fine guns is traditionally good, providing collectors with a stable investment, says Roland Elworthy, valuer at Holt's, U.K. auctioneers specializing in modern and antique guns.
"Like any investment, if you don't know your stuff you can lose a bundle," says Andy Simpson , a Sutherland-based independent whisky valuer and consultant.
In what appears to be a classic case of putting the cart before the horse, the chairman John Fry's letter to shareholders states: "After completion of the reorganisation, it is then intended that the freehold land at Huish Park will be purchased by Yeovil Town Holdings Limited [a company set up to hold the property assets] at an arm's length valuation provided by an independent and qualified valuer."
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