Spotlight on Confidentiality

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Who should enroll General and residential real property appraisers
Description This seminar addresses the appraiser's confidentiality obligations. These obligations are among the most strict ethical requirements an appraiser must follow. They are set forth in USPAP's Ethics Rule and impact all types of appraisal practice, including appraisal review, consulting, and valuation.

Participants will examine the meaning of the term confidential and why appraisers, like other professionals, must give careful attention to matters of confidentiality. The seminar will identify what constitutes confidential information vs. information that can be shared with others. Participants will gain confidence in addressing these issues in their day-to-day practice.
Objectives
  • Define the phrase confidential information.
  • Determine when information can be shared with others.
  • Recognize the dangers of breaching confidentiality.
Prerequisites None


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