One of two types of real estate appraisal reviews. Administrative reviews focus primarily on the underwriting issues addressed in the appraisal. These reviews, usually performed by the loan officer, approach the appraisal from a loan underwriting point of view. Typical issues addressed in an administrative review include: How comparable are the comparable properties used in the appraisal? How reasonable are income and expense projections? Is the capitalization rate appropriate? See technical review.
an appeal of a determination under Sections 127-129 of the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act.
is a BC government review of certain types of determinations. It can lead to confirmation, cancellation or variation of the determination, or to a new determination.