Definitions for "Apportionment"
Establishment of legislative and senatorial districts from which legislators are elected.
Establishment of the legislative districts from which members are elected.
the process through which legislative seats are allocated to different regions.
The act of apportioning; a dividing into just proportions or shares; a division or shares; a division and assignment, to each proprietor, of his just portion of an undivided right or property.
The dividing of a loss among two or more Insurers according to percentage of responsibility, based on the Insurers percentage of the total amount of insurance on the property.
The proportionate distribution of elected representatives, either among the states in the case of U.S. Congress or within the state in the case of the state legislature. The division of the state into congressional and state senate and house districts of equal population for purposes of representation.
The number of representatives that a state is entitled to in the U. S. House of Representatives based on the decennial census.  See reapportionment and redistricting.
The process of dividing up the 435 memberships, or seats, in the U. S. House of Representatives among the 50 states. The Census Bureau's role in apportionment is to conduct the census every 10 years as mandated by the Constitution. Apportionment does not affect Puerto Rico. Related terms: Decennial census, Reapportionment, Redistricting
The process of assigning the number of members of Congress that each state may elect following each census.
The process of dividing obligation for specific costs between parties.Also referred to as adjustment, apportionment often refers to such things as realty taxes in foreclosure purchases.In many parts of the county, the seller is the one responsible for the apportionment up until the closing day.
the act of dividing out or sharing fairly, although not necessarily equally There should be an equal apportionment of blame between the two drivers in this accident. apportion (v), apportionable (adj)
Dividing cremated remains into portions for separate disposition. For example, a set of cremated remains could be divided into three portions, with one portion placed in an urn in a columbarium, another portion scattered in a favorite place, and yet another carried in a locket.
The fair share assigned to a local church or other United Methodist body by proper church authority, to be raised by that body as its portion of the church fund.
The share each annual conference or local church pays to support international, national and regional (annual conference) mission.
A way of figuring out how much of your permanent disability is due to your work injury and how much is due to other disabilities.
refers to the permanent disability benefits from part of the disability resulting from one injury and part from another, which may or may not have been work related. Causation is not apportioned and the cost of medical and temporary disability usually is not apportioned.
The splitting of regional supply guidelines for minerals demand between planning authorities or sub regions.
The disaggregation of regional guidance between mineral planning authorities.
an adjustment to properties that have not received individualized assessments for previous year(s) Land taxes (i
an adjustment to taxes paid on properties that have not received individualized assessments for previous years (i
Synonymous with the term Reliability Apportionment, which is the assignment of reliability goals from system to subsystem in such a way that the whole system will have the required reliability.
The process through which one determines how much each policy on a risk must pay when there is more than one policy involved in a loss.