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Expert evidence and dispute resolution


Expert evidence and ADR for surveyors
  • Writing reports formal and informal requirements
  • Giving expert evidence the dos and donts
  • Expert determination v arbitration
  • Is the arbitrator doing it properly? challenging the award
  • PACT
  • Mediation in property disputes when do you use it
  • Mediation what happens and how much does it cost
  • Surveyors representing clients at mediation
This course is designed specifically for surveyors. It deals with the giving of expert evidence, whether before a court or an arbitrator and whether in writing or orally at a hearing. It also evaluates and compares the different forms of alternative dispute resolution and considers their suitability in different types of property dispute.

CPD: 1 hours
Course leader: Gary Webber

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