The Oregon Appraisal Certification and Licensure Board has been hit with a lawsuit asserting that it is flouting federal law by requiring full appraisals for real estate transactions smaller than $250,000.

At issue is an Oregon law passed in 1991 that requires licensing or certification by the state appraisal board to render an "opinion of value of property."

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