nondomestic

nondomestic

(ˌnɒndəˈmɛstɪk)
adj
not domestic, esp not relating to the home or native country
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However, Aberdeen City Council has written off more than PS3m of council tax and nondomestic rates since 2014, while the figure for Aberdeenshire Council stands at around PS2m.
Full figures, which were obtained by a Freedom of Information request sent by the Local Democracy Reporting Service, include: Unpaid council tax cases: 12,879.Money recovered: PS1,589,000 Unpaid sundry debt: 1,964.Money recovered PS1,315,000 Unpaid NDR (nondomestic rates) cases: 778.Money recovered: PS832,000 Unpaid penalty charge notices: 15,567.Money recovered: PS347,196.91 Unpaid commercial rent cases: 53.Money recovered: PS119,000 Unpaid housing benefit overpayments: 1,273.
The VOA is responsible for working out how many nondomestic premises each area has so that they can charge the correct business rate.
MONDAY, July 22, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- There is an association for state-level firearm ownership rates with domestic, but not nondomestic, firearm homicide, according to a study published online July 22 in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
The trial was planned after both men pleaded not guilty to "stealing hot beverages of an value unknown" during a nondomestic burglary at the venue on the night of November 6 to 7 in 2017.
It would make sense if there was a national industrial strategy to reduce our dependence on nondomestic experts.
Developed by Cherwell District Council, this is the first nondomestic building in the UK to achieve Passivhaus Plus, a rigorous standard for energy efficiency.
"In 2018-19, we received total income of PS438m, with this comprising PS228m and PS117m raised locally through nondomestic rates and council tax respectively while PS94m was received from government grants, with the balance coming from service-related grants, fees, charges and other income.
According to a water analysis conducted by the Bekaa Water Establishment in 2018, the incoming BOD of the water showed 522 milligrams per liter, which Karam says is a strong indicator of the presence of nondomestic waste, part of which may be industrial, including blood from slaughterhouses.
The finding that RRV seroprevalence was higher in rural than in urban and periurban environments suggests increased transmission risks in the rural areas, potentially because of higher-risk occupations of rural residents (including farming and outdoor work), greater exposure related to rural housing or other environmental factors, greater animal reservoir density, the possibility that nondomestic mosquito species in Fiji such as Aedes vigilax, Ae.
"We are also exploring a number of options for strengthening the nondomestic rates system in Wales...
"It is part of a wider boost to the economy through providing more than PS5 billion of capital investment to grow and modernise Scotland's infrastructure, and a wider package of support to businesses, including maintaining a competitive business rates package and providing the most generous package of nondomestic rates reliefs anywhere in the UK."