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Major Kudos to the CT Chapter of AI !

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CCA123

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If we could get Attorneys and Probate Judges and Bankruptcy Judges to not accept BPO's there would be more opportunity for appraisers.
 

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That headline is very misleading. The "law" is a Conneticut House Bill 6510.........which has not been enacted.



It is so distressing to see the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing. Federal and State goverments are writing bills and passing laws and polices that are in serious conflict with each over.




http://www.FDIC.gov/news/news/financial/2010/fil10082a.pdf

Appraisals and "evaluations"

Exceptions and exemptions


Conflicting laws.


Ah, the bliss of government intervention.
 
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Mike Kennedy

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Bob, then are the heading and this assertion not true: >>

[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]"The language in Section 2 has been removed in the “Joint Favorable Substitute” bill that has been passed by the Joint Committee."[/FONT] :huh:







That headline is very misleading. The "law" is a Conneticut House Bill 6510.........which has not been enacted.



It is so distressing to see the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing. Federal and State goverments are writing bills and passing laws and polices that are in serious conflict with each over.




http://www.FDIC.gov/news/news/financial/2010/fil10082a.pdf

Appraisals and "evaluations"

Exceptions and exemptions


Conflicting laws.


Ah, the bliss of government intervention.
 

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"The language in Section 2 has been removed in the “Joint Favorable Substitute” bill that has been passed by the Joint Committee."


The BILL has been changed by the joint committees


The bill has not passed into law. The AI press release headline suggests that it has.
 

Mike Kennedy

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Thanks for your clarification Bob.
 
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