RICS Expert Witness Reports Kennington

Expert Witness Reports Kennington

expert witness reports Kennington London
expert witness reports Kennington London
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Expert Witness reports for property matters in South London

Ashton James Associates have years of experience as Expert Witnesses in the value and condition of residential and commercial property. We accept appointments as expert witnesses in these fields where cases are before the Courts, Tribunals and Arbitrators.

We may be appointed as an expert witness by one of the parties involved or as a joint expert witness appointed by both parties.

We have experience of the preparation of expert witness reports in litigation procedure and appearance in Court.

We are RICS qualified to deal with a number of general practice and building surveying matters including the following:-

  • Party Wall Matters
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Rights of Way
  • Building Surveys
  • Residential property
  • Commercial property
  • Industrial property
  • Freehold valuation
  • Rental valuation
  • Dilapidations
  • Rent Reviews
  • Residential Leasehold Reform
  • Building defects
  • Surveyor negligence

Rules of Expert Witness Reports Kennington

An expert witness reports are intended to assist the Court in matters of which the witness has expertise in a particular field.  They must comply with the Civil Procedure Rules.

The expert witness report must be an independent and unbiased product of the surveyor and fall within his or her expertise, experience and knowledge.

The report must state the facts and assumptions that it is based upon, and not omit material known facts that might be relevant to the expert’s conclusions.

It must be impartial and uninfluenced by those instructing or paying the surveyor to give the evidence.

Surveyors may not accept payments contingent upon the nature of the evidence given or the outcome of the case.

Well drafted, unbiased expert witness reports often help the parties involved to reach an agreement and settle a dispute without the need for a court or tribunal hearing.