2018 - VOLUME 62 - Book 3

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By George Canning, AACI, P.App Since real estate valuation is pertinent to the future benefits of property rights, it is important for appraisers to understand the source of those rights and their implications for the appraisal process. Our examination begins with...
Professional Practice Matters - Getting to know AIC’s 0518 forms By Thomas Fox AACI, P.App, Volunteer Chair, Professional Practice Committee As the country’s leading real property valuation association, the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC) is always looking for new ways to fulfill...
A Professional Appraiser’s Perspective - Rebecca McClure on CRA Diversification Can you give us a brief background on your education and career path to this point in time? RM: I joined the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC) in 2004. My aunt, Linda...
LEGAL PRIVILEGE AND ITS APPLICATION TO APPRAISERS  By Shane Rayman, Partner; and  Conner Harris, Lawyer; Rayman Beitchman LLP Within the context of the litigation process, one of the most important issues for the parties to the litigation is the scope of...
LEGAL MATTERS Rent review: does the existing lease matter? By John Shevchuk, Barrister & Solicitor, C.Arb, AACI (Hon) When reviewing rent under a lease, does the decision-maker rely upon the terms and conditions of the existing lease or is there another reference...
By Preston Hartwig, M.A., RFPP, AIC Candidate Member, Red River Group, Swan River, MB In August 2017, the Canadian Government’s Build Smart – Canada’s Buildings Strategy was released. This strategy will lead to changes in the building code which will...