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1. A department or unit within a financial institution that is subject to direct regulation by an agency of the United States government or of this state and that receives requests for the performance of real estate appraisals and then assigns such requests to an appraiser who is part of the financial institution's appraiser panel.
2. A corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, subsidiary or other business entity that employs real estate appraisers exclusively on an employer and employee basis for the performance of all real property appraisal services in the normal course of its business and that is responsible for ensuring that the real property appraisal services being performed by its employees are being performed in accordance with the uniform standards of professional appraisal practice and federal and state law.
3. A relocation management company in the course of employee relocation pursuant to its relocation policy.