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We can provide reports for solicitors and the court through expert witness statements.

These independent statements are prepared in recognised formats for the use of the courts in deciding issues such as:

  • boundaries
  • valuation settlements
  • structural problems
  • poor builders workmanship
  • and many more where there are disagreements.
 

Contact Details:

(01260) 223773
07711 350758

mail@markbullock.co.uk

The Estate Office
North Rode
Congleton
Cheshire
C
W12 2PH

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Conwy
LL32 8GJ

An Expert Witness is someone who has a special knowledge, skill, or experience in the subject about which he/she is to testify. The primary function of an expert witness is to express his independent expert opinion based on the information that is provided.

As a chartered surveyor acting as an expert witness, I will conform to the requirements of the RICS Practice Statement for Surveyors Acting as Expert Witnesses. Furthermore I am also bound by the requirements of the Civil Procedure Rules that govern the way court cases are conducted in England and Wales.

It is important that the appointing party realizes that the overriding duty of any expert is to the court, or other judicial body, to help it decide matters within the expert’s expertise and not to the person paying the expert’s fees.

Expert evidence must be independent, objective and unbiased. The general requirement is for such evidence to be given in a written report and accordingly I prepare professional reports in accordance with the CPR and suitable for cross-examination.

In some disputes a court may appoint a ‘Single Joint Expert’ instead of the parties appointing their own experts to give evidence.