TMV

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AcronymDefinition
TMVTrue Market Value
TMVTobacco Mosaic Virus
TMVToyota Motor Vietnam (vehicles)
TMVThe Moderate Voice (est. 2003)
TMVThe Mars Volta (band)
TMVTape Move
TMVTest Method Validation
TMVThrough Mold Via (semiconductor interconnection)
TMVTheft of Motor Vehicle (crimes)
TMVThermostatic Mixer Valve (water management)
TMVTrailer Music Vibe
TMVToxicity, Mobility or Volume
TMVTorpedoman's Mate, Aviation (US Navy)
TMVTraversée du Massif Vosgien (French: Crossing the Vosges Mountains; mountain bike trail)
TMVTom, Molly and Veronica (CNET podcast and forum personalities)
TMVTailored Mini-Vast (Electronic Component Test System)
TMVTotal Maternal Value (breeding)
TMVTactical Mobile Variant (US Navy tactical mobile systems family)
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We believe the current exchange rate of 277 tenge for USD1 reflects the true market value and is the one the country's economy benefits from.
For tax year 2009 the true market value of the property was $3,200,000.
based Marshall & Associates president John Marshall, who represents the Turners, the couple chose to auction the home because of the speed of sale and the ability of the auction process to determine true market value.
Documentation and support for establishing the true market value are essential to a successful appeal.
But even though they are surrounded by empty, boarded up properties the family is digging in its heels, saying the pounds 55,000 offered for their house by Stockton Council is less than its true market value.
They argued the trial court incorrectly found the third property sold for its true market value because the written appraisal of Bank of America's expert exceeded the amount paid by Bank of America at the foreclosure sale.
For sellers, the biggest hurdle to a successful transaction is coming to terms with the true market value of their home.
They said said it will take a couple of days before the true market value is known.
With respect to the assertion that the franchise rights should have been valued at an amount equal to the original franchise fee of $12,500, the evidence showed that the true market value of a McDonald's franchise was far greater than its original cost, and that McDonald's could have charged substantially more for its franchises.