Start Times: 9AM PT | 10AM MT | 11AMCT | 12PM ETRegistration Fees:Members: $ 60Non-Members: $ 75
Six Recent Appraisal Lawsuits and the Lessons from Each
Join the California Chapter and Valuation Education LLC for this three hour seminar that is sure to keep you engaged. Presenters Peter Christensen (Attorney-Principal/Christensen Law Firm) and Jim Martin (Regulator Consultant and Expert/former BREA Chief) will talk about 6 very recent lawsuits involving appraisers (5 filed during the pandemic). What are appraisers being sued for during the time of COVID-19? Are appraisers suing anyone in relation to their professional work? The cases discussed address such matters as:
The appraiser who allegedly left the faucet running and flooded the property.
- The appraiser accused of making a 15% error in square footage – will the appraiser be liable to the borrower?
- The commercial appraisers who reported they performed a complete inspection but missed the flooding in the basement.
- The appraiser sued 6 years after delivery of a report. Will the statute of limitations get the claim dismissed?
There is nothing boring about this virtual seminar! You will come away with knowledge of the lessons and takeaways learned from the individual cases.
Continuing Education: Approved for 3 hours CE in CA, OR, ID, WA and NV. Students must participate by having working video and audio on a computer in order to obtain CE credit. Scan of photo ID by email before the class or viewed on camera to verify identity is required.
Course registration fee qualifies for LIA’s E&O Discount.
For More Information:Meeting: Suzie Roget | 209-368-3672 |email@example.comRegistration: Deanna Ilk | 303-692-1222 | firstname.lastname@example.orgCancellation Policy:
Cancellations received prior to the seminar will receive a full refund, less a $10 administrative fee. Fees are forfeited if registrant does not appear. Registrants may send someone to take their place, with notification to the California Chapter without penalty. Refunds will be available should technical difficulties arise.