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"Return of Appraiser" document?

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Sean Barsky

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Hi everyone, I'm just starting to do some foreclosure appraisal work here in Connecticut. The attorneys are requesting that I submit a notarized "Return of Appraiser" document along with my appraisal. Can anyone tell me what this is, how to draft it, etc?
Thanks,
Sean
 

Tom Woolford

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Sounds like a sequel to "Star Wars". I've never heard of anything like that in 22 years.
 

dobie

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Never heard of it.

Why don't you ask the attorney requesting it.
 

RSW

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I think Michael J. Fox had one of those in Back To The Future.
 

Otis Key

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Hi everyone, I'm just starting to do some foreclosure appraisal work here in Connecticut. The attorneys are requesting that I submit a notarized "Return of Appraiser" document along with my appraisal. Can anyone tell me what this is, how to draft it, etc?
Thanks,
Sean
Must be slow for lawyers - ask them!
 
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Hi everyone, I'm just starting to do some foreclosure appraisal work here in Connecticut. The attorneys are requesting that I submit a notarized "Return of Appraiser" document along with my appraisal. Can anyone tell me what this is, how to draft it, etc?
Thanks,
Sean

It is the appraisal to be used in Connecticut foreclosure proceedings. This is the procedure:

When submitting the committee motions and supporting documentation to the court, the committee should ensure
that the following items are included:
the original witnessed and executed deed (including attached legal description).
the executed bond for deed. The court needs to read the contract between the parties; the bond for deed determines
the sale price and who will take title to the property. Please be advised that a bond for deed needs to
be submitted even in situations in which the plaintiff is the successful bidder by fax bid (see Bridgeport Foreclosure
Standing Order #1.1).
the return of appraiser. The court needs the appraisal in order to determine the sufficiency of the successful bid.
The return of appraiser must be made at least seven days prior to the sale date [see Foreclosure by Sale,
Standing Orders (JD-CV-79)].

Another successful night spent at the Holiday Inn Express

Doug
 

Terrel L. Shields

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Another successful night spent at the Holiday Inn Express
Gosh, you must be rich and smart, too. I have to stay in Sinbad Patel's Pastel Palace when I travel...
 

JT1974

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Gosh, you must be rich and smart, too. I have to stay in Sinbad Patel's Pastel Palace when I travel...

I was told that Patel is Indian for "hotel owner". Either that's true or it's just the greatest coincidence of the century because almost every hotel sale I've ever seen was Mr. Patel selling to Mr. Patel. Anyone else notice that trend?
 
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