Give a realistic assessment of the likely selling, buying or rental price or associated cost of occupancy to the client based on market evidence and using best professional judgment.
What does BPJ stand for?
BPJ stands for Best Professional Judgment
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We have 12 other meanings of BPJ in our Acronym Attic
- Best Puppy in Specialty Show
- British Ports Industry Training (national training organization; UK)
- Business Process and IT (Information Technology) Systems (World Intellectual Property Organization task force)
- Bovine Parainfluenza Virus
- Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3
- Barils par Jour (French: Barrels per Day)
- Barker, Phillips, Jackson (insurance agency; Springfield, MO)
- Batch Print Job
- Beloit Poetry Journal (est. 1950)
- Berkeley Planning Journal (University of California, Berkeley)
- Bile-Pancreatic Juice
- Bloque Popular Juvenil (Spanish; Salvadoran political group)
- Blueport Junction (Quad Cities/Davenport, Iowa restaurant)
- Brigade de la Police Judiciaire (French: Brigade of the Judicial Police; various locations)
- Bangladesh Photo Journalists Association
- Blood-Pancreatic Juice Barrier
- Brevet Professionnel de la Jeunesse, de l'Education Populaire et du Sport (French: Professional Youth, Popular Education and Sport Certificate)
- Bethel Park Junior Football (Bethel Park, PA)
- Bridgeport-Port Jefferson Ferry (Connecticut)
- Bidwell Park Junior Golf Association (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our guidelines are to use your best professional judgment, so we didn't standardize it.
ELGs would not be established for stormwater discharges from those sites, but would allow technology-based permit requirements to continue based upon the best professional judgment of the permit authority.
For example, in a merger or acquisition, engineering consultants often will exercise best professional judgment to assess a single best-case (for sellers) or worst-case (for buyers) outcome for individual sites.
We respond to the challenge by adhering to the Institute's Standards of Conduct and exercising our best professional judgment.
Attorneys are expected to use their best professional judgment in determining if a person is eligible for such assistance.