The Valuers' Manual was first published in 1982 as a book. The present looseleaf version is both an update and a great extension of that work.
The Valuers' Manual looseleaf is better suited to meeting the needs of valuers in South Africa in that it is easily updated in light of changing legislation and emerging case law. This publication is an indispensable practical reference for valuers and others involved in the property valuation industry. It consolidates, in one volume, the theory and practice of legislation and case law concerning valuation.
Table of contents
The functions of a valuer
The responsibilities of a valuer and the instructing party
The relationship between land and improvements
Land and its potentialities
Depreciation and obsolescence
The principle of comparable substitution
The object and use of valuation tables
The capitalisation process
A valuer's role in expropriation
Implications of the Consumer Protection Act, No. 68 of 2008 with regard to services rendered by valuers
VAT as it applies to property transactions
Municipal property rating and valuation
Computer Assisted Mass Appraisals (CAMA)
The Property Valuation Act 17 of 2014 and the Land Valuer- General
Appendices: Various legislation
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