Assessment Roll Sample Clauses

Assessment Roll. The City of Alma shall prepare the assessment roll and certify the same for the City of Saint Louis in a timely manner.
Assessment Roll. The County shall prepare the assessment roll and certify the same for The Municipality in a timely manner.
Assessment Roll. After the assessed values of all properties on a First Nation’s land have been determined, and the properties have been placed in appropriate assessment classes, the assessment roll is created. The First Nations Management Act (FMA) legislation requires each participating First Nation to annually produce an assessment roll. BC Assessment Authority (BCA) provides the Completed Roll in January and a Revised Roll in April. Supplementary Rolls to address the construction of new properties, changes in property use, etc. Assessment Notices Assessment notices are created from the information on the assessment roll. The assessment notice is the document that BCA sends to property owners or taxpayers to tell them about the assessment of the property. The assessment notice must conform to the format set out in the Tax and Assessment Laws and First Nations Tax Commission (FNTC) standards. BCA issues Assessment Notices on or before December 31 annually. Reconsideration of Assessment As an efficient alternative to launching a formal appeal, taxpayers are encouraged to use a mechanism called a request for reconsideration of assessment. A request for reconsideration is where a taxpayer asks an assessor to reconsider the original assessment. Taxpayers have a 30 day from the time the assessment notices are mailed to make a request for reconsideration. In this process, the assessor reviews the assessment of the taxable property in question and provides the taxpayer with the results of the reconsideration (valuation, classification, errors, omissions, exemptions). There is no charge for a reconsideration of assessment.
Assessment Roll. The assessments for Common Expenses and Charges shall be set forth upon a roll of the units which shall be available for inspection at all reasonable times by unit owners. Such roll shall indicate for each unit the name and address of the owner, and the assessments and charges paid and unpaid. A certificate made by a duly authorized representative of the Association or by the Board of Directors as to the status of a unit’s account may be relied upon for all purposes by any person for whom made.
Assessment Roll. The roll shall be completed and ready for review by Tuesday following the first Monday in March. Assessment notice changes shall be sent to all City property owners regardless of the amount of the increase. Sates data and property cards shall be available for inspection by the City of Cadillac Board of Review.

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Assessment of Compliance (i) By March 15 of each year, commencing in March 2008, the Master Servicer, at its own expense, shall furnish, and shall cause any Servicing Function Participant engaged by it to furnish, at its own expense, to the Sponsor, the Depositor, the Master Servicer, the Certificate Insurer and the Trustee, a report on an assessment of compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria (as identified on Exhibit O) that contains (A) a statement by such party of its responsibility for assessing compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria, (B) a statement that such party used the Servicing Criteria to assess compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria, (C) such party’s assessment of compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria as of and for the fiscal year covered by the Form 10-K required to be filed pursuant to Section 6.20(e), including, if there has been any material instance of noncompliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria, a discussion of each such failure and the nature and status thereof, and (D) a statement that a registered public accounting firm has issued an attestation report on such party’s assessment of compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria as of and for such period.
PROPERTY ASSESSMENT The Buyer and Seller hereby acknowledge that the Province of Ontario has implemented current value assessment and properties may be re-assessed on an annual basis. The Buyer and Seller agree that no claim will be made against the Buyer or Seller, or any Brokerage, Broker or Salesperson, for any changes in property tax as a result of a re-assessment of the property, save and except any property taxes that accrued prior to the completion of this transaction.
Assessment 5.1. In providing the Service of Reception and Transmission and Execution of Client Orders, the Company is obliged under Applicable Regulations to seek information from a Client or Potential Client regarding his knowledge and experience in the investment field relevant to the specific type of service or Financial Instrument offered or demanded, so as to enable the Company to assess whether the service or Financial Instrument is appropriate for the Client. Where the Client or potential Client elects not to provide the information regarding his knowledge and experience, or where he provides insufficient information regarding his knowledge and experience, the Company will not be able to determine whether the service or Financial Instrument is appropriate for him. The Company shall assume that information about his knowledge and experience provided from the Client to the Company is accurate and complete and the Company shall have no responsibility to the Client if such information is incomplete or misleading or changes or becomes inaccurate and the Company will be deemed to have performed its obligations under Applicable Regulations, unless the Client has informed the Company of such changes. Suitability and Appropriateness
Assessment of Compliance and Attestation Reports (a) Assessment of Compliance
Environmental Assessments If the Agent reasonably believes, after discussion with the Borrower and review of any environmental reports provided by the Borrower, that a Disqualifying Environmental Event has occurred with respect to any one or more of the Eligible Unencumbered Properties, whether or not a Default or an Event of Default shall have occurred, the Agent may, from time to time, for the purpose of assessing and determining whether a Disqualifying Environmental Event has in fact occurred, cause the Borrower to obtain one or more environmental assessments or audits of such Eligible Unencumbered Property prepared by a hydrogeologist, an independent engineer or other qualified consultant or expert approved by the Agent to evaluate or confirm (i) whether any Hazardous Substances are present in the soil or water at such Eligible Unencumbered Property and (ii) whether the use and operation of such Eligible Unencumbered Property complies with all Environmental Laws. Environmental assessments may include without limitation detailed visual inspections of such Eligible Unencumbered Property including, without limitation, any and all storage areas, storage tanks, drains, dry wells and leaching areas, and, if and to the extent reasonable, appropriate and required pursuant to applicable Environmental Laws, the taking of soil samples, surface water samples and ground water samples, as well as such other investigations or analyses as the Agent deems appropriate. All such environmental assessments shall be at the sole cost and expense of the Borrower.
Environmental Assessment In connection with its surrender of the Premises, Tenant shall submit to Landlord, at least fifteen (15) days prior to the expiration date of this Lease (or in the event of an earlier termination of this Lease, as soon as reasonably possible following such termination), an environmental Assessment of the Premises by a competent and experienced environmental engineer or engineering firm reasonably satisfactory to Landlord (pursuant to a contract approved by Landlord and providing that Landlord can rely on the Environmental Assessment). If such Environmental Assessment reveals that remediation or Clean-up is required under any Environmental Laws that Tenant is responsible for under this Lease, Tenant shall submit a remediation plan prepared by a recognized environmental consultant and shall be responsible for all costs of remediation and Clean-up, as more particularly provided in Section 5.3, above.
Annual Assessments of Compliance (a) On or before March 1 of each calendar year, commencing in March 2013, the Master Servicer, the Servicing Administrator, the Securities Administrator and each Servicer, each at its own expense, shall furnish or otherwise make available, and each such party shall cause any Servicing Function Participant engaged by it to furnish or otherwise make available, each at its own expense, to the Securities Administrator, the Trustee and the Depositor, a report on an assessment of compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria (an “Assessment of Compliance”) that contains (A) a statement by such party of its responsibility for assessing compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria, (B) a statement that such party used the Relevant Servicing Criteria to assess compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria, (C) such party’s Assessment of Compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria as of and for the reporting period covered by the Form 10-K required to be filed pursuant to Section 6.21(b), including, if there has been any material instance of noncompliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria, a discussion of each such failure and the nature and status thereof, and (D) a statement that a registered public accounting firm has issued an Accountant’s Attestation on such party’s Assessment of Compliance with the Relevant Servicing Criteria as of and for such period.
No Joint Assessment Borrower shall not suffer, permit or initiate the joint assessment of the Property (a) with any other real property constituting a tax lot separate from the Property, and (b) which constitutes real property with any portion of the Property which may be deemed to constitute personal property, or any other procedure whereby the lien of any taxes which may be levied against such personal property shall be assessed or levied or charged to such real property portion of the Property.
Assessments of Compliance and Attestation Reports The Master Servicer shall service and administer the Mortgage Loans in accordance with all applicable requirements of the Servicing Criteria. Pursuant to Rules 13a-18 and 15d-18 of the Exchange Act and Item 1122 of Regulation AB, each of the Master Servicer, the Trustee and the Custodian (each, an “Attesting Party”) at its own expense shall deliver to the Trustee, the Master Servicer and the Depositor on or before March 15th of each calendar year beginning in 2008, a report signed by an authorized officer of such party regarding such Attesting Party’s assessment of compliance (an “Assessment of Compliance”) with the Servicing Criteria during the preceding calendar year. The Assessment of Compliance, as set forth in Regulation AB, must contain the following:
Joint Assessment If the Building is not separately assessed, Real Property Taxes allocated to the Building shall be an equitable proportion of the Real Property Taxes for all of the land and improvements included within the tax parcel assessed, such proportion to be determined by Lessor from the respective valuations assigned in the assessor's work sheets or such other information as may be reasonably available. Lessor's reasonable determination thereof, in good faith, shall be conclusive.