Complex Litigation Appraisal Case Studies

Some AI educational programs may not be approved in every state.

To register for this program, go to the bottom of the page.



Who should enroll
  • Experienced residential and general real property appraisers interested in increasing their expertise and ability to provide services in eminent domain litigation
  • Attorneys interested in effective and efficient integration of expert valuation testimony in their trial presentations
Description
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.
 
Note. Applications in Litigation Valuation: A Pragmatist’s Guide is required for this seminar. If you do not have the textbook, please order in the Online Store.
Objectives
  • Identify important issues specific to litigation valuation assignments.
  • Evaluate competency as it relates to litigation assignments.
  • Develop an appropriate scope of work for complex litigation appraisal problems.
  • Identify appropriate valuation techniques for litigation assignments.
  • Develop an engagement letter for phased litigation assignments.
  • Identify best practices for preparation of demonstrative evidence.
  • Identify best practices for preparation for direct testimony.
Prerequisites Successful completion of Basic Appraisal Principles and Basic Appraisal Procedures is required.


Click below for details of state approval hours for this program

Program State Approvals
  • Attended Only:

    75
  • Attended Only:

    75
  • Attended Only:

    75
7 hours
No
No
N/A
Basic/Intermediate
N/A
None specified Online Requirements

Live Online FAQ

Seminar Materials Include:
  • Seminar Handbook (110 pp.)
Note. Applications in Litigation Valuation: A Pragmatist’s Guide is required for this seminar and must be brought with you to class.

 

Seminar Materials Include:

  • Seminar Handbook (110 pp.)



Classroom Offerings

Sponsor Date Location Instructor(s)

Synchronous Offerings

No offerings at this time