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GUIDELINES ON USE OF LIMITATIONS CAVEATS AND DISCLAIMERS BY THE REGISTERED VALUERS IN VALUATION REPORTS

GUIDELINES ON USE OF LIMITATIONS, CAVEATS AND DISCLAIMERS BY THE REGISTERED VALUERS IN VALUATION REPORTS : ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW -COMPILED BY DR. RAJWINDER SINGH JALANDHAR-18/03/2024: CEV INTEGRL APPRAISERS FOUNDATION ORGANISES A ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON THE TOPIC OF GUIDELINES ON USE OF LIMITATIONS, CAVEATS AND DISCLAIMERS BY THE REGISTERED VALUERS IN VALUATION REPORTS

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UNDERSTANDING THE GUIDANCE NOTE ON LIMITATIONS, CAVEATS AND DISCLAIMERS

II. Guidance Note on Limitations, Caveats and Disclaimers 1. In general, valuation is required in the context of the following: a) consummation of certain transactions like acquisition, disposal, merger, amalgamation; b) internal decision making/Corporate Governance; c) regulatory Compliance: Companies Act, SEBI Regulations, Income Tax, Wealth Tax, FEMA, etc.; d) fund Mobilisation – both equity and

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UNDERSTANDING THE GUIDELINES ON USE OF LIMITATIONS CAVEATS AND DISCLAIMERS BY THE REGISTERED VALUERS IN VALUATION REPORTS

Understanding the Guidelines on Use of Limitations, Caveats and Disclaimers by the Registered Valuers in Valuation Reports Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India having office at 7th Floor, Mayur Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001 issued Guidelines on Use of Limitations, Caveats and Disclaimers by the Registered Valuers in Valuation Reports on 1st September, 2020, Some

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LIMITATIONS, CAVEATS & DISCLAIMERS IN VALUATION REPORT

Saturday Brain Storming Thought (114) 22/05/2021 COMPILED BY ER AVINASH KULKARNI LIMITATIONS, CAVEATS & DISCLAIMERS IN THE VALUATION REPORT A disclaimer is required in a valuation report to mitigate the potential risk of Registered Valuer Anyone who reads the disclaimers should understand the risks involved in using the valuation report or acting upon the information

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ILLUSTRATIVE CAVEATS, LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMERS NOT TO BE USED IN A VALUATION REPORT & DIFFICULT SITUATIONS IN THE VALUATION OF LAND AND BUILDING

ILLUSTRATIVE CAVEATS, LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMERS NOT TO BE USED IN A VALUATION REPORT & DIFFICULT SITUATIONS IN THE VALUATION OF LAND AND BUILDING i. Business Plan/forecasts received from client: RV giving a disclaimer for the business plan/forecasts received from client without applying test of reasonability and due diligence. ii. Physical Verification: RV giving a disclaimer

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GUIDELINES ON THE USE OF LIMITATIONS, CAVEATS AND DISCLAIMERS BY THE REGISTERED VALUERS IN VALUATION REPORTS: COMPLETE E-BOOK

FREE COMPLETE STUDY MATERIAL NOTES FOR IBBI EXAMINATION E-BOOK ONLINE BATCH STUDY MATERIAL-50 HRS EDUCATIONAL COURSE UNDER RULE 5(1) READ WITH RULE 12(2)(a) FOR REGISTRATION AS VALUERS UNDER THE BANNER OF CEV IAF RVO   UNIT-2 CHAPTER-5 GUIDELINES ON THE USE OF LIMITATIONS, CAVEATS AND DISCLAIMERS BY THE REGISTERED VALUERS IN VALUATION REPORTS Short title

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ARTICLE 14 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: IN DEPTH ANALYSIS FOR ENGINEERS

INTRODUCTION TO ARTICLE 14 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION Article 14 of the Constitution of India is one of the most fundamental provisions in the Indian Constitution. It guarantees the right to equality before the law and equal protection of the law to all citizens of India. This article lays down the foundation of equality and

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