HCR

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AcronymDefinition
HCRHealth Care Reform
HCRHot Chelle Rae (band)
HCRHigh Commissioner for Refugees (UN)
HCRHotel Café Restaurant (Netherlands)
HCRHealth Care and Retirement Corporation (now HCR Manor Care, Inc.; Ohio)
HCRHardcopy Cable Replacement
HCRHigh Color Resolution
HCRHigh Chip Rate
HCRHousehold Cavalry Regiment (UK)
HCRHandwritten Character Recognition
HCRHigh Consistency Rubber
HCRHUMINT (Human Intelligence) Collection Requirement
HCRHome Care Rehabilitation
HCRHoliday Club Resorts (various locations)
HCRHigh Compression Ratio
HCRHome Condition Report
HCRHigh Chief Ranger (Ancient Order of Foresters)
HCRHarrison Clinical Research (Germany)
HCRHousing and Community Revitalization (various locations)
HCRHitachi Chemical Research Center (Irvine, CA)
HCRHollywood Congress of Republicans
HCRHighway Contract Route (US Postal Service)
HCRHeadcount Ratio
HCRHomes and Community Renewal (New York)
HCRHigh Consistency Refining (energy)
HCRHuman Cognitive Reliability
HCRHoly Culture Radio
HCRHarvard China Review (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
HCRHardcore Rules
HCRHazard Communication Rule (US OSHA)
HCRHigh Contrast Recording
HCRHigh Cross Range
HCRHealth Care Reengineering
HCRHigh Chemical Resistant
HCRHardware Concept Review
HCRHeart Center of the Rockies (Fort Collins, CO, USA)
HCRHill County Road
HCRHeight to Crown Ratio (trees)
HCRHigh Color Ratio (US Air Force)
HCRHaut-Commissaire des Nation Unies pour les Refugies (French; United Nations)
HCRHodge Computer Research Corporation
HCRHigh Current Resistant/Resistance
HCRHome Carrier Route (USPS)
HCRHernando County Road
References in periodicals archive ?
Originally, the Government had intended to introduce mandatory Home Condition Reports into the Home Information Packs.
One particular initiative from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors is the production of a Home Condition Report.
The seller may choose to include other documents, in particular a Home Condition Report prepared by a certified Home Inspector.
The omission from the statutory requirement for all Hips to include a Home Condition Report means the full value of the concept has been lost.
A plan to include a home condition report was scuppered by lenders demanding their own report as a condition of any mortgage.
The only part of the pack which might have been useful - the Home Condition Report, the equivalent of a survey - has been dropped by the Government.
Phil Furlong believes the initial mistake lay with the government not consulting estate agents, with many of the components of HIPs, particularly an initial requirement for a home condition report - a half way house between a mortgage valuation and a full structural survey - not being thought through.
The voluntary nature of the home condition report will create an uneven playing field.
The Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP) has named Newcastle as one of six places to try out its Home Information Pack (HIP) and the Home Condition Report (HCR).