rate rebate

Related to rate rebate: repo rate
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rate rebate

n (Brit dated) → Kommunalsteuer-Rückerstattung f
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First the landlord lobby attacked a water rate rebate for hundreds of thousands of homeowners, and now it's attacking a rent freeze for more than a million tenants struggling to make ends meet.
There is a one-off rate rebate of PS278,000 which will mitigate the problem this year - the council will need to find the extra money or cut running costs in 2015/16.
A council spokesman said: "Coventry City Council paid the business rate rebate in full to Otium's legal firm in January.
The age at which plot holders qualify for a 50 per cent rate rebate is also to rise from 60 to 65 from October.
THE very first leaflet I put out some 45 years ago as the new Labour candidate for Benwell promoted the then Labour government's new rate rebate scheme.
The claim is in addition to the 5% interim business rate rebate already secured by the traders.
The Indian government gives their textile industry interest rate rebate of 5% and gas in Bangladesh is 60% cheaper than Pakistan.
Mrs Wilkinson applied for compensation from Kirklees Council, but she had to apply for a rate rebate.
"And the fees will not be eligible for the rate rebate system so people on low incomes and benefits will proportionately pay the most.
All sports clubs must adhere to a strict opportunities policy to secure a rate rebate and the Gilmerton club will lose pounds 12,000 if they refuse to budge.
He said claims the calculation included offering a rate rebate as part of the deal were also false, as the club had been overpaying the rates and any rebates would have nothing to do with ACL.