2017 - VOLUME 61 - BOOK 1

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By John Shevchuk Barrister & Solicitor, C.Arb, AACI(Hon) Previous columns in this publication canvassed the requirements now imposed upon appraisers appearing as expert witnesses before courts and other tribunals. It is now routine for Rules of Court to expressly state the...
Antoine F. Hacault, Barrister & Solicitor, is an associate member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada, takes CUSPAP courses, is an editor of Sauder School of Business Valuation texts, and is a regular presenter at appraisal conferences.   Have you ever...
This article is intended to provide a short list of some of the most common mistakes and unprofessional conduct that result in complaints to the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC). Forgive us if some of these seem obvious, but...
Current policies Alberta is now in difficult economic circumstances due to a downturn in world oil prices. Coupled with a change in Alberta’s government, this has resulted in reviews of the public sector and its financing. In 2016, Alberta Municipal...
Technology and data continue to permeate every aspect of every industry, and commercial real estate (CRE) is no exception. Traditionally based on experience and know-how, the CRE industry is now recognizing the benefits of investing in technology, and the...