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August 14th, 2008 2:00 PM


In the course of performing appraisals, I may collect "nonpublic personal information." This information is used to facilitate the services that I provide to you and may include information provided to me by you directly or received by me from others with your authorization. I do not disclose any nonpublic personal information obtained in the course of my engagement with clients to nonaffiliated third parties, except as necessary or as required by law. By way of example, a necessary disclosure would be to my employees, and in certain situations, to unrelated third party consultants who need to know that information to assist me in providing appraisal services to you. All employees and any third party consultants I employ are informed that any information they see as part of an appraisal assignment is to be maintained in strict confidence within the firm. A disclosure required by law would be a disclosure by me that is ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction with regard to a legal action to which you are a party. I will retain records relating to professional services that I have provided to you for a reasonable time so that I am better able to assist you with your needs. In order to protect your nonpublic personal information from unauthorized access by third parties, I maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with my professional standards to insure the security and integrity of your information.

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