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SOLD OUT | Case Law 8 | Distance-Learning | May 12 2020
May 12, 2020 from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT$155
The 8th version of our most popular and most requested course, Case Law 8 presents recent criminal and civil cases that cover appraisal methodology, USPAP, and concepts that apply to both residential and commercial assignments.
This class is NEW for the current NC Appraisal Board CE cycle of 2019-2021, so if you took one of our other case law classes, don’t worry. You will receive credit for this class, as well.
- Appraiser’s credibility
- AMC influencing appraisers
- Types of inspection of the subject property
- Appraisal Management Company (AMC) cases
- Is there “Celebrity Enhancement” when appraising Katherine Hepburn’s house?
- “We need a big number.”
- Expert Witness
- Testimony without supporting data
- Appraisers suing their appraisal boards
Comments from Previous Case Law Students:
- “Always a great time reviewing knowledge and staying up to date on current cases.”
- “Mel does a great job – Easy to understand and seeks class input.”
- “Mel keeps abreast of current legal issues impacting the appraisal profession.”
This synchronous distance-learning course will be delivered via a Zoom video conference. In order to attend class, you’ll need to have an internet connection, a computer, laptop, tablet or mobile device with a built-in speaker/microphone or headset/earbuds with microphone, and a webcam. Learn more about downloading Zoom and devices that work with Zoom by following this link.
A link to join the synchronous distance-learning class along with additional instructions will be emailed out before the start of class.
A photo ID will be required to attend class. Attendance will be taken throughout the course to ensure that students are present for the duration of class.
Please plan to have your 2020-2021 USPAP Book available during class. All other course materials will be provided to all enrolled students digitally before the start of class.
Approved for 7 Hours of CE credit by the North Carolina Appraisal Board.
Approved for 4 Hours of CE elective credit by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.
NCAB Course # 4321
NCREC Synchronous Distance-Learning Course # 3849