fair value method of accounting


fair value method of accounting
Fair value method.
Valuation of assets at present value, meaning same as actual value or market value. Kerr v. Klinchfield Coal Corp., 169 Va. 149, 192 S.E. 741, 744.
See also accounting.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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