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MEP

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How many of us use the following phase in the EOA ...if found to be false could alter the resulting opinion or conclusion. 

I have not but I now put it in all appropriate reports. 

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This statement has been required by the USPAP as far back as my collection goes (2005).  There are extraordinary assumptions in every appraisal.  Hypothetical conditions are only in a few.

The Comment:  "Hypothetical conditions and extraordinary assumptions used in this report may have affected assignment results.  (USPAP 2016-17, SR 2-2(a)(xi), lines 747-749)"

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Maybe use some commentary stating that the appraiser reserves the right to revise the report based upon information that was either not readily accessible or available during the normal course of business.  The appraiser will consider all relevant market data, and any new discovery may affect the previous opinion of value.

Not sure where I read that.

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