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FCVForced Vital Capacity (spirometry)
FCVFlow Control Valve
FCVFuel Cell Vehicle
FCVFeline Calicivirus
FCVFootball Club Vendenheim (French football club)
FCVFuel Cell Electric Vehicle
FCVFull Cash Value
FCVFall Creek Valley (Indianapolis, IN)
FCVFuel Control Valve
FCVFootball Club Vézézoux (French football club)
FCVFrottis Cervico-Vaginal (French: Vaginal-Cervical Smear)
FCVFormation Continue Vétérinaire (French: Veterinary Continuing Education)
FCVForward Command Vehicle
FCVFédération des Communes Valaisannes (French: Federation of Municipalities of Valais; Switzerland)
FCVFootball Club Villefranchois (French football club)
FCVFull Contract Value
FCVFutsal Côte Vermeille (French club)
FCVFugro Core Vehicle (Fugro Subsea Services Ltd.)
FCVForest City Velodrome (Waterloo, ON, Canada)
FCVFormation Chez Vous (French: Training at Home)
FCVFalse Creek Ventures Ltd (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
FCVField Contact Voltage
FCVFlat Channel Vector
FCVFull Cost Visibility
FCVFailure Count - VT1 (Telabs)
FCVFellow of the College of Violinists
FCVFootbal Club Vaduz (Vaduz, Liechtenstein)
FCVFree Call Value (cellular service)
FCVFootball Club Villargondran (French football club; Villargondran, France)
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The court noted that although the DCF approach is appropriate in some cases, assessors must use the valuation approach that most accurately measures the full cash value of the property without any consideration of the owner's identity or intent behind purchasing the property.
Brokers disinclined to see the world can opt to receive the full cash value of the air transportation.
Harold Hamm offered to pay his second wife the full cash value of what he owed based on a divorce ruling.
The constitution now provides that real property may be taxed at no more than one percent of its full cash value. Full cash value means either the assessed value of the property in the 1975 to 1976 tax year, or the property's value at the time of a subsequent change in ownership of the property.
A California statute provides that when a lessee has leased less than all of the property, the lessee's tax is based on the allocable share of the full cash value of the property, even though the lessee holds only a possessory interest.
On appeal, the Trust argued that state law provided that in applying prescribed standard appraisal methods and techniques, current usage shall be included in the formula for reaching a determination of full cash value. The court pointed out, however, that this law did not help the taxpayers in this case, because it controls the timing of the determination of relevant use but does not require that the tenant's use of the property, rather than the landlord's, be the applicable "use" for purposes of classification.