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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=46516 Justice Skelos ALLEGING MALPRACTICE against defendant real estate appraiser, plaintiff claimed that it had overpaid property taxes due to the appraiser’s overstatement of its property’s size and his continued reliance on the overstatement in later appraisals. Due to lack of case law involving real estate appraiser malpractice, the court adopted malpractice standards applicable to professionals. It granted summary judgment to plaintiff. Finding that defendant never re-measured plaintiff’s property following the first appraisal and never re-inspected the premises for the third and fourth appraisals, the court determined that he negligently departed from good and accepted standard practices for appraisers. The court called for trial on proximate cause and damages. Concluding that the continuous representation doctrine was inapplicable, it held that plaintiff could not recover damages incurred prior to Jan. 19, 1994, the date of the last appraisal.

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