tax assessor

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: assessor - an official who evaluates property for the purpose of taxing ittax assessor - an official who evaluates property for the purpose of taxing it
administrative official, bureaucrat - an official of a bureaucracy
lister - assessor who makes out the tax lists
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Tenders are invited for For printing and mailing of Business Personal Property Forms for the Madison County Tax Assessor Office.
Nevertheless, the city tax assessor claims to know what religion is and isn't, and he has no use for love and peace.
Scheid was serving as a regional tax assessor for three towns north of Worcester, he received many calls from people around the state who were curious about the virtues of communities combining their assessing departments.
Real estate is priced at the county tax assessor value.
When a field tax assessor came to his house, Singletary allegedly held a machete to his neck, later denying doing so, but still invoking the Castle Doctrine Law, which expands the right to use deadly force in self-defense to a vehicle or business.
Apparently the Daily News is unaware that state law prohibits California counties from imposing term limits on county elected officials - sheriff, district attorney and tax assessor.
But then a friend won office as tax assessor, and then the first black became sheriff of Lowndes County.
Property billionaire Donald Trump is suing New York for pounds 315 million, claiming a tax assessor bribery scandal forced him to sell luxury apartments at below-market prices.
The detailed spatial analysis incorporates blood lead screening results, county tax assessor records, and U.
The landowner then enters into an agreement with the local tax assessor to leave the land as it is for 10 years.
Tax Assessor of Los Angeles County, a case dealing with the constitutionality of California's real property acquisition value taxation system established by Proposition 13.
A homeowner who sees his property tax double will scream bloody murder at his druggist, who happens to moonlight as a local tax assessor, and if he doesn't see tangible improvements in exchange for his tax money-more streetlights and better paving, with more cops and better teachers much in evidence-he will buy his aspirin elsewhere, and otherwise get even.