(1) actual, incidental, and consequential damages;
(2) statutory damages of no less than $1,000 nor more than $2,000;
(4) court costs and reasonable attorney fees.
A person injured by a violation of the standards, duties, prohibitions, or requirements of section 82B.20 or 82B.22 also may bring an action under section 8.31. A private right of action by a borrower under this chapter is in the public interest.
The remedies provided in this section are cumulative and do not restrict any other right or remedy otherwise available to the borrower.
(a) A private right of action must be commenced the earlier of:
(1) six years from the date the appraisal services giving rise to the cause of action were performed or should have been performed;
(2) six years from the date the appraisal giving rise to the cause of action was completed or should have been completed; or
(3) the expiration of any other applicable statute of limitations.
(b) Paragraph (a), clauses (1) and (2), do not apply when the person alleges that an injury occurred due to:
(1) knowing and intentional fraud; or
(2) knowing and intentional misrepresentation during the performance of an appraisal.