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rateable

(ˈreɪtəbəl)
adj
a variant spelling of ratable
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rateable - liable to payment of locally assessed property taxes; "the ratable value of property"
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
nonexempt, taxable - (of goods or funds) subject to taxation; "taxable income"; "nonexempt property"
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Translations

rateable

[ˈreɪtəbl]
A. ADJ (Brit) [property] → susceptible de pagar contribución
B. CPD rateable value N (Brit) (formerly) → valor m catastral
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rateable

, ratable
adj (Brit) propertysteuerpflichtig, steuerbar
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rateable

ratable [ˈreɪtəbl] adj (property) → soggetto/a a tassazione
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References in periodicals archive ?
Welsh Conservatives have long called for 100% business rate relief for businesses with a rateable value of up to PS12,000 and relief tapered from 100% to 0% for those with a rateable value of up to PS15,000.
Licensed premises with Rateable Values under PS50,000 will qualify for the rebate and the British Beer & Pub Association estimate that 75% of pubs will qualify for this relief.
Rateable values are currently based on rental values at the April 1, 2008 valuation date when the market was at its peak.
Rateable values are reviewed by the Government's Valuation Office Agency every five years.
For example, to qualify for 50% business rate relief in England, your rateable value should be pounds 6,000 or below.
The relief is introduced from April 1 and businesses with a rateable value of pounds 2,000 or less receive the relief at 50 per cent while those between pounds 2,000 and pounds 5,000 rateable value, get 25 per cent.
Companies can apply for the Small Business Rate Relief if they have premises with low rateable value.
In an attempt to reduce the number of duplicate or unwarranted appeals, a ratepayer will only be entitled to make one appeal against a rateable value, or any subsequent alteration to the assessment, and details of the current rent payable must be provided when submitting the appeal.
Business Rate arrears stood (March 31, 2014) at PS1.6m (gross) and 307 Liability Orders (over 3 years) on businesses with rateable value of less than PS10,000 had been issued.
Rateable values which are used to calculate business rates liability reflect levels of rental value at 1 April 2008.
Currently businesses with a rateable value of less than PS6,000 don't have to pay business rates, and those with a rateable value of between PS6,000-PS12,0000 receive tapered relief.