full cash value

full cash value
For property tax purposes, that which is synonymous with market value; that estimate of value which is derived annually by the use of standard appraisal methods and techniques. Caldwell v. Department of Revenue, App., 122 Ariz. 45, 596 P.2d 45, 47.

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