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ad va·lo·rem

 (ăd′ və-lôr′əm)
adj.
In proportion to the value: ad valorem duties on imported goods.

[New Latin ad valōrem : Latin ad, to, according to + Late Latin valōrem, accusative of valor, value.]

ad valorem

(æd vəˈlɔːrəm)
adj, adv
(Economics) (of taxes) in proportion to the estimated value of the goods taxed. Abbreviation: ad val, a.v. or A/V
[from Latin]

ad va•lo•rem

(æd vəˈlɔr əm, -ˈloʊr-)
adj., adv.
in proportion to the value: used esp. of a tax.
[< Latin: literally, according to the worth]

ad valorem

- A type of customs duties, from Latin, meaning "in proportion to the value."
See also related terms for proportion.

ad valorem

A Latin phrase meaning in proportion to the value of something.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.ad valorem - in proportion to the estimated value of the goods taxedad valorem - in proportion to the estimated value of the goods taxed; "the goods were taxed ad valorem"
Translations

ad valorem

[ædvəˈlɔːrəm]
A. ADVconforme a su valor, por avalúo
B. CPD ad valorem tax Nimpuesto m según valor
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For many years, the county assessor treated both the land and the improvements as exempt from ad valorem taxation because the land was government owned.
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First, we study the Pareto dominance of ad valorem taxation in short-run equilibrium, where a fixed number of firms produce imperfectly substitutable goods and engage in Bertrand competition.
Some key changes to tax increment financing law brought about by Act 2231 may be generally described as follows: (1) the definition of "total ad valorem rate" was amended to include the total millage rate of state property taxes levied on taxable property within a TIF district in a year, subject to certain exclusions; (2) before approving an ordinance creating a TIF district, a local governing body must determine the presence of certain factors within the blighted area; and (3) each plan must include an economic analysis projecting the aggregate tax impact of a TIF district on taxing units.
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