421C – The Valuation of Partial Acquisitions (Canadian)
- Course Number: C421C
- Course Title: The Valuation of Partial Acquisitions – Canadian
- Course Level: Advanced
- IRWA Credits: 32 QEU/CEU
- AQB Credits: Not Applicable
- Prerequisites: Not Applicable
Participants will learn how to determine and appraise the
larger parcel, techniques for appraising the part acquired, identifying and
measuring various types of damages and how to value the remainder after
acquisitions. The course introduces ways to handle special benefits and explores
the before and after approach (how, why and when), and includes numerous
exercises and case studies to aid in understanding.
- Generalist: An advanced course that can be applied towards the RWP or SR/WA program.
- Specialist: Required for the R/W-AC program.
- Review of the basic principles and the valuation process
- Utilization of both the Before and After Rule and the Summation Method in the valuation of partial acquisitions
- Allocation of the partial acquisition compensation among its components (i.e., value of the part taken, injurious affection, benefits to the remainder, cost to cure)
- Application of various methods to analyze and quantify the impacts of partial acquisitions on remainder properties
- Analysis of both temporary and permanent easements and valuation techniques
- How to become a better expert witness
Course Tuition Includes
- Participant Manual
- Canadian USPAP (the “Standards”)