91. Witnesses
 
    1. Witnesses/Owner: The owner is competent to testify as to value.  St. Ex Rel. Dept. Highways v. Olsen, 76 Nev. 176, 180-181, 351 P.2d 186 (1960) (#31)
 
    2. Witnesses/Owner: The owner is competent to testify as to value.  Dep't. of Highways v. Campbell, 80 Nev. 23, 31, 388 P.2d 733 (1964) (#36)
 
    3. Witnesses/Owner: A chief executive officer of a corporation is qualified to testify as to the value of the land purchased for the corporation where he purchased the property and where he was an individual owner of adjacent lands. The court need not address the so-called "Washington Rule," holding that where a particular individual is controlling and managing officer of a corporation, that should suffice to qualify his statements on that corporation's property values.  Dep't of Hwys. v. Wells Cargo, Inc., 82 Nev. 82, 411 P.2d 120 (1966) (#37)
 
    4. Witnesses/Owner: "The general rule is that an owner, because of his ownership, is presumed to have special knowledge of the property and may testify as to its value."  City of Elko v. Zillich, 100 Nev. 366, 371, 683 P.2d 5 (1984) (#67)
 
5. Witnesses/Owner: "The question of the landowner's competency to form an opinion of the land's value may be exposed on cross examination and affects the weight to be given to the testimony, not its admissibility." Id. at 371 (#67)