Much is written about real estate appraisal methodology, and attorneys who represent clients in Eminent Domain actions are usually fairly familiar with the process. The real problem, of course, is dealing with the “other side’s” appraisal—usually the one proffered by the taking agency. Attorneys and appraisers alike have little in the way of authoritative guidance on reviewing the opposing work, particularly in a contentious litigation setting.

Author: John A. Kilpatrick

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