redetermination


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redetermination

(ˌriːdɪˌtɜːmɪˈneɪʃən)
n
the act of redetermining
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Noun1.redetermination - determining again
determination, finding - the act of determining the properties of something, usually by research or calculation; "the determination of molecular structures"
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Based on initial discussions with its bank group, WRD anticipates that the borrowing base on its revolving credit facility will remain unchanged at $875 million in connection with the closing of the transaction and will be reviewed along with its regularly scheduled year-end redetermination on or about March 30, 2018.
The court, however, said it 'correctly read and interpreted movant's motion as one for judicial determination or redetermination of probable cause.
In conjunction, the initial revolving period of the company's credit facility ends on 17 May 2018, with an additional one year term out period, and is subject to a semi-annual borrowing base redetermination in May and November of each year.
Numerous representations have been received in the Directorate to revise the values keeping in view decreasing trends in the international market, therefore, the issue was taken up for redetermination or customs values.
The biannual process, known in the industry as redetermination, shaved only 4 per cent off bank loans to oil and gas companies, according to a Reuters analysis of loan data, surprising experts who had expected deeper cuts because of a protracted oil price rout.
However, a legal wrangle meant it was called back before Flintshire council's planning committee for redetermination.
Online Redetermination and Change Reporting allows clients to report changes and conduct redeterminations online;
That was, in part, because of a computer problem last year with the Massachusetts Health Connector website, making it impossible to embark on the redetermination process for people under Medicaid programs last year.
In addition, they must complete an Air Force Form 594, Application and Authorization to Start, Stop or Change Basic Allowance for Quarters or Dependency Redetermination.
Hospitals have appealed far fewer denied claims, but Medicare auditors, such as Recovery Audit Contractors (RACs), are driving more inpatient providers to enter the redetermination process, the OIG reported.
2bn driven by the May 2013 borrowing base redetermination.
19, 2008, Sandra Shockley, Terry Shockley, and Shockley Holdings brought separate petitions in Tax Court for redetermination of their respective transferee liability, which the Tax Court consolidated.