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Texas Appraiser/Lender law enacted

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neverwilllearn

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A big thanks surely is owed to your commitment for honesty in lending and associated appraising.. Thank You, from a committed Texan

Texas House Bill 1268 eff. 9/2001 now makes it a criminal offense

A lender commits an offense if in connection with a mortgage loan transaction the lender pays or offers to pay a person, including an individual licensed or certified by the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board or the Texas Real Estate Commission, a fee or other consideration for appraisal services and the payment:

http://tlo2.tlc.state.tx.us/cgi-bin/tlo/te...ERSION=3&TYPE=B

Just thought I'd share
 

Terry Russell

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I am really glad to hear that you held on to your convictions. And I wish you the best.

aside, there are a whole lot of people that associate the word 'committed' with being institutionalized. I think in Texas 'staunch' may come across better.

Terry
 

Mountain Man

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Well, maybe the old toothless dog is starting to re-grow some choppers.
 
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