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Complex Litigation Appraisal Case Studies
Friday, March 12, 2021, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST
Category: Education

Based on the Appraisal Institute textbook Applications in Litigation Valuation: A Pragmatist’s Guide, this seminar discusses in detail three of the book’s case studies that provide an overview of litigation strategies for appraisers who are new to litigation work, as well as a reinforcement of litigation skills for more experienced appraisers. Case study topics include title issues, continuing nuisance, and condemnation. Click Here for more information on this course, including requirements.

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NOTE:
Applications in Litigation Valuation: A Pragmatist’s Guide is required for this seminar.

PHOTO ID REQUIRED: Students will need to send a photo (ex: driver license photo) to [email protected] after registering. Our instructor will be verifying photo identification of students during roll call at the beginning and throughout the class. This is a requirement, and you will not receive credit if we do not have a photo to verify your identification with.

IMPORTANT: Our instructor must be able to see/hear you and you must be able to see/hear the instructor. Zoom Meeting allows student/instructor interaction through video/audio and the chat function. This is a requirement, and you will not receive credit if you do not have video/audio capabilities to see/hear the instructor/allow the instructor to see/hear you.

CE Credit Approval: NC Appraisal Board Approved for 7 Hours

*Students seeking CE credit for this course from a state other than North Carolina are responsible for confirming with that state’s licensing board that this course will be accepted. The North Carolina Chapter recommends students check before registering*

About the Instructor: Stephen D. Roach, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS

Stephen D. Roach, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS has been an appraiser for over 40 years, and has been a co-owner of Jones, Roach & Caringella, Inc. since 1986. His appraisal assignments have included the valuation of numerous income-producing properties, historical valuations dating back to 1900, numerous partial acquisitions, and other significant and complex assignments throughout the United States. He has extensive deposition and trial testimony experience in matters involving condemnation, construction defects, contract breach, fraud, property tax appeal, appraisal methodology, and many other issues. Mr. Roach holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate from San Diego State University. Read more.