How is the state going to handle the requirements in Dodd-Frank for anyone involved in a consumer transaction to have to report any USPAP violations? This is an insane law. I can't remember the last time I saw an appraisal w/o a USPAP violation. Fortunately, I do very little review work. But is the state now going to go after appraisers who comment about bad appraisals when they don't follow up with a formal complaint?