Appraise

To give an estimate of the market value of a property after an inspection of the property
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Appraise

ApĀ·praise' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Appraised ; present participle & verbal noun Appraising .] [ Prefix ad- + praise . See Praise , Price , Apprize , Appreciate .] 1....
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Appraise

• (v. t.) To estimate; to conjecture. • (v. t.) To set a value; to estimate the worth of, particularly by persons appointed for the purpose; as, to appraise goods and chattels. • (v. t.) To praise; to commend.
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Appraise

n. assumption of risk is a defense in the law of torts, which bars a plaintiff from getting compensated by a so-called negligent tortfeasor, if the defendant proves the involvement of risk being inherrent in the plaintiff's act and the plaintiff knowingly and willingly assumed the risks by participating in the act on his free will. eg. rock climbin...
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Appraise

The process of estimating or assessing the value of a piece.
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Appraise

To professionally evaluate the value of property, such as real estate, jewelry, antique furniture, or securities; typically done in order to determine the value of assets for insurance coverage, divide partnership or beneficiary assets, set a house sales price, determine taxes, or make insurance claims.
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