One of two types of real estate appraisal reviews. Administrative reviews focus primarily on the underwriting issues addressed in the appraisal. These reviews, usually performed by the loan officer, approach the appraisal from a loan underwriting point of view. Typical issues addressed in an administrative review include: How comparable are the comparable properties used in the appraisal? How reasonable are income and expense projections? Is the capitalization rate appropriate? See technical review.
an appeal of a determination under Sections 127-129 of the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act.
is a BC government review of certain types of determinations. It can lead to confirmation, cancellation or variation of the determination, or to a new determination.
In unfair trade cases, a mechanism for parties to a case to appeal a ruling on subsidization, dumping, or injury to an administrative authority in the importing country.
a face-to-face meeting between the CSE Unit and either the custodial party or the noncustodial parent for reviewing arrearage amounts or distribution of amounts collected. The county must provide the custodial party or noncustodial parent a written notification of the results of the Administrative Review, including notice of the right to have the case reviewed by the state Child Support Enforcement Division.
Review conducted by the CNP staff to assess the adequacy of the eligibility certification process and accuracy of the meal counting and claiming system in the base year.
A method of looking at a child support formula assessment to see if it can be altered to fit a particular situation.
The process through which one may appeal a disputed staff determination to the TRS Board of Trustees.
a free service managed by Child Support staff
an informal process of gathering information to determine if a rehabilitation counselor's decision is right, based on the person's needs and the agency's policies and procedures
a simple review of teh police reports and records to determine if there is enough to support the case
A review process whereby disagreements between parents and school systems may be resolved by a committee of school system individuals not directly involved with the case. Also called a conciliatory conference.
Each year, beginning on the anniversary of the date of publication of an antidumping duty order, the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration is required to review and determine the amount of any antidumping duty, if an interested party requests such a review. The results of this review are published in the Federal Register noting any antidumping duty to be assessed, estimated duty to be deposited, or suspended investigation to be resumed.