Definition of Ratables
1. Noun. Property that provides tax income for local governments.
Geographical relationships: Britain, Great Britain, U.k., Uk, United Kingdom, United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Northern Ireland
Generic synonyms: Belongings, Holding, Property
Definition of Ratables
1. taxable properties [n]
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Literary usage of Ratables
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report (1920)
"None of these constitutes a part of the local ratables. The average rate of taxation of the State, which is assessed against the main stem, ..."
2. Report (1919)
"ABSTRACTS OF ratables FOR THE YEAR 1919 Containing Valuations of Real and Personal Property, Including Second-class Railroad Property, Deductions for Debt, ..."
3. Minutes of Votes and Proceedings of the General Assembly of the State of New by New Jersey Legislature. General Assembly (1886)
"The total amount of ratables, exclusive of property used for railroad purposes, ... If the railroad property was added to the ratables the tax rate would be ..."
4. The History of New Jersey: From Its Discovery by Europeans, to the Adoption by Thomas Francis Gordon (1834)
"In 1832, there were 716 taxables ; 67 householders, whose ratables did not exceed $30, and 58 single men, 10 stores, 4 saw mills, 4 grist mills, ..."
5. Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook: Model Statutes for Planning and the ...by William Klein, Stuart Meck by William Klein, Stuart Meck (1998)
"Gorman Williams, Jr., "Halting the Race for 'Good ratables' and Other Issues in Planning Legislation Reform," ..."
6. A History of the City of Newark, New Jersey: Embracing Practically Two and a by Frank John Urquhart (1913)
"In changing the ownership of these large tracts of land from the individual holding to the municipality the question as to the effect on local ratables has ..."
7. Annual Report by New Jersey State Board of Taxation (1895)
"The increase in value of the ratables upon that returned by the assessors by the County Board, since its creation to the present year, is as follows ..."