Because of customary practices in the State of Nevada, we are all assuming one thing here with regard to who is entitled to receive a copy of the appraisal. The truth is that the appraisal belongs to who ever paid for it. If you paid for it, you are entitled to get a copy of it. If the seller paid for it, they alone are entitled to a copy of it, and must authorize anyone else, including the lender to receive a copy. Therefore, they would also have to authorize the appraiser or lender to give you a copy of it. If you did not pay for it, no one is under any obligation to give you a copy of the appraisal. But, as I said, who ever did pay for it, can agree to have a copy of it released to you. I know it is a little nuance, but it makes a difference.
If you paid for the appraisal and the appraiser and/or lender will not give you a copy of it, demand you money back. You paid for a service you did not receive.
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