from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. That can be levied: leviable taxes.
- adj. Liable to be taxed: leviable imports.
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- adj. Able to be levied
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fit to be levied; capable of being assessed and collected.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being levied and collected.
- That may be levied upon; capable of being seized upon execution.
"The position regarding the amount of tax leviable in such cases can be quantified only on the completion of assessments, which would be finalized by Dec. 31," Mr. Palanimanickam said.
To ensure that business certainty was maintained while this process unfolded, he had decided to propose a legislative amendment to Parliament to make it even more abundantly clear that STC was leviable under the circumstances at issue.
The leviable amount will be determined subject to certain exemptions and adjustments.
Kings conquered on the six occasions (of war, treaty, &c) were wont to wait upon him in order to do good unto the monarch and worship him ever, while the traders of different classes came to pay him the taxes leviable on their respective occupations.
Merchandises in any Two Provinces, those Goods, Wares, and Merchandises may, from and after the Union, be imported from one of those Provinces into the other of them on Proof of Payment of the Customs Duty leviable thereon in the Province of Exportation, and on Payment of such further
Customs Duties are, at the Union, leviable on any Goods, Wares, or
Amount (if any) of Customs Duty as is leviable thereon in the Province of Importation.
At present they are taxed by an extra duty upon their servants: for a male, £1. 5_s_.; for a female, 2_s_. 6_d_., above the usual duties leviable upon servants.
It will be seen at once that in the case of a septuagamist going to or returning from St. Ives with his family the cost will be vastly greater, even if no special luggage rates are leviable for the carriage of excess cats.
Kings conquered on the six occasions (of war, treaty, &c.) were wont to wait upon him in order to do good unto the monarch and worship him ever, while the traders of different classes came to pay him the taxes leviable on their respective occupations.