This web class is concerned with how to prepare an expert report for use in valuation disputes. It will focus on what needs to go in such a report and how the report should be structured.
It is important to understand the obligations of an expert called upon to prepare a report for use in valuation disputes. It is also important to understand how an expert report should be constructed, what facts need to be included, how those facts should be analyzed, and how to present the conclusions drawn from the analysis of the factual information collected. The expert needs to understand how best to present the factual evidence and deal with both the strengths and weaknesses of his/her valuation and the valuation put forward by the other side. This web class will involve very experienced presenters who have been involved in the preparation of expert reports - both as an expert and as a legal adviser - who will share the benefit of their knowledge in a very practical way.
This is intended for assessors, appraisers and other professional real estate valuers, advocates, lawyers, and paralegals involved in property valuation disputes and anyone else involved with property valuation disputes.
To best prepare you for all components involved with expert reports.
This class will be delivered using PowerPoint slides with discussions and activities integrated throughout to embed your learning. The class will end with an open Q&A session with your instructor
By the end of the web class, you will be able to:
In this web class, we will cover:
Prior to becoming President of IPTI, Paul was the Director at the UK Valuation Office Agency (VOA) responsible for providing professional advice and technical guidance across a wide range of valuation and property issues. Paul has over 40 years’ experience in the valuation of property for a variety of purposes, and during that time, he has been involved in a large number of disputed cases that have been settled either by negotiation, mediation or litigation.