Based on the 2014-15 edition of USPAP's Record Keeping rule, if an employer fails to provide copies of any appraisals and work files needed by a respondent to produce a response to a complaint, TALCB can assist the respondent by sending the respondent's employer, or past employer, a letter, or if required, a subpoena, to obtain the applicable appraisal reports and work files. Also, in the sponsor and trainee situation, TALCB rules (22 Tex. Admin.
A certified residential appraiser may appraise one-to-four family residential units and vacant or unimproved land for which the highest and best use is for one-to-four family residential use. For more information, please refer to the TALCB rules (22 Tex. Admin. Code §153.8).
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Yes. TALCB is not interested in the underlying reason for a review. Regardless of who requests the review and as long as the appraisal review is ordered through the AMC, the review may be counted in the 2% required by TALCB rule (22 Tex. Admin. Code § 159.155)