from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of inspecting a second time.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act of reinspecting.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A repeat
inspection, especially one carried out after a previous inspection discovered problems
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However at todays briefing they found no real cause for closer reinspection and things seem to be just fine in that regard.
Any restaurant that receives less than an A can ask for a reinspection and further appeal an unsatisfactory ruling after reinspection.
The inspectors, he thought, would show up a few weeks later for a reinspection, but he hasn't seen anyone since.
Bob Pace, an associate broker at Prudential Douglas Elliman, said he had a closing scheduled for Friday, Sept. 2, in Riverhead, N.Y. But earlier that week Wells Fargo ordered a reinspection of all properties in areas affected by the storm.
The sale ended up closing Aug. 30, but only after the lender, satisfied by the video and photos from the realtor that the property was still in good condition, allowed the deal to proceed before reinspection.
Those with an A upon reinspection are fined for their first inspection but not the second one.
The final grade is then based on the reinspection.
With many other lenders, however, it is the home buyer who has to foot the reinspection bill, which can run as high as $400.
On December 29, 2009, the NYC Board of Health returned to the kitchen and found the corrective action taken to be effective and the kitchen passed its reinspection.
US Airways Center, Phoenix: One location faced possible closure over pest problems after inspectors in December found mouse droppings and, upon reinspection, found "dozens of flies and a live roach" in the dish room.