Laws that generate appraisal assignments

Levine, Mark Lee
October 1991
Appraisal Journal;Oct91, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p513
Academic Journal
Focuses on potential markets for qualified appraisers. Tax-deferred exchanges and appraisers; Casualty losses and the need for appraisals; Charitable contributions; Foreclosures and abandonments of security; Death and valuation.


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