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ASC - How up-to-date is it? Look at some of these dates.

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Pamela Crowley (Florida)

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From: [email protected]
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Date: Fri, 07 Jun 2002 08:33:55 GMT
Subject: ASC Notice of State Disciplinary Actions and Appraiser Expirations

This email provides a listing of appraisers against whom a State
appraiser regulatory agency has taken disciplinary action and a listing of
appraisers whose license or certification on the National Registry has
expired. Appraisers named on this listing are not eligible to perform
appraisals in connection with Federally related transactions unless and
until their credentials with the State have been reinstated. Information
in this listing is based on the most recent data submitted by the State
appraiser regulatory agencies.

DISCIPLINE NOTICES FROM 6/7/2002

ST License # Last Name First Name Action Effective
Expiration
-- --------------- ---------- ---------- ----------- ----------
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IL 156001712 BRUNO MICHAEL Suspended 11/22/2000
11/21/2002

IL 156001034 HICKS MARILYN Suspended 12/05/2001
12/04/2003

IL 153001307 PURICELLI CHRIS Suspended 12/05/2001
12/04/2003

IL 154003863 WASHINGTON KENNETH Suspended 04/06/2001
04/05/2003

IL 154002512 ANAYA COLLEEN Revoked 01/11/2002 --

IL 156000209 FAIBVRE LAMONT Revoked 03/01/2000
03/01/2003

IL 154002441 LINO LARRY Revoked 01/11/2002 --

IL 154004468 OLIVER CHERYL Revoked 04/06/2001
04/05/2003

MA 4509 BEACH REGINALD Revoked 01/18/2002 --

==========================================================================

EXPIRATION NOTICES FROM 5/8/2002

ST License # Last Name First Name Expiration
-- --------------- ---------- ---------- ----------
MA 1446 BOZKURTIAN STEVEN 05/08/2002

MA 2768 LEAVITT MARGARET 05/08/2002

OH 2001008355 Davis Ruth 05/08/2002

WA BROWNBA511KH BROWN BARBARA 05/08/2002

WA MCHENSA367KH MCHENRY SCOTT 05/08/2002
 

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Pamela,

I have often wondered the same and comments by others about some of the old dates. Hear is waht I was told.

All the info is only what is reported by EACH STATE. Some sates do a good job reporting and some don't.

Also, some suspensions are "stayed" if the appraiser takes a class (or several classes) within a certain time frame. If they have not completed the classes then the suspension would activate.

So, maybe an appraiser got a 1 month suspension in June of 2001, but is was to be "stayed" for one year IF a certain class was completed within the next 12 months. The 12 months come and go and the class is never taken, then the STATE might report the suspension as of LAST YEARS DATE when it was issued with the conditions attached.

I think it all comes down to how and when each state files reports with the ASC.


Bob
 

Terrel L. Shields

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An Arkansas appraiser, who pays annual dues, got the shaft from Oklahoma where the license cycle is 3 years, but you still pay annually. When he decided he would no longer appraise in Oklahoma, he merely allowed the license to lapse by not paying the remaining annual fees. This earned him a spot on the registry for no other reason than not paying the dues for the balance of years left in the cycle. The revocation appeared in the registry and now a number of his clients can no longer use his services in Arkansas! He has never been sanctioned in AR or OK, only failing to pay dues.
 
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