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  • He is perfectly willing to pro rate the special assessment and there will be no difficulty in getting him to pay for title insurance.
  • "He is perfectly willing to pro rate the special assessment and strikes me, am dead sure there will be no difficulty in getting him to pay for title insurance, so now for heaven’s sake let’s get busy—no, make that: so now let’s go to it and get down—no, that’s enough—you can tie those sentences up a little better when you type ’em, Miss McGoun—your sincerely, etcetera."

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as in: assess the situation Define
consider something and make a judgment
as in: assess a fee Define
charge a tax, fine, or fee
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