Coverto’s managing director, Fréderik Belin, was trained as a court-appointed expert and can therefore also be called in as an expert by a court of law. Court-appointed experts also call on Coverto for its expertise in the field of flat roofs. In this case, we act as a subcontracted expert.
Three types of expert’s inspections can be provided:
- Unilateral expert’s inspection: Coverto is appointed by one party for determinations and to provide advice and technical assistance.
- Conflicting expert’s inspection: Coverto is appointed by two or more parties, in which the parties may agree to accept the report as binding. This is then referred to as a binding third party decision.
- Court-appointed expert’s inspection: our managing director is appointed by the court or by one of the parties. For this purpose, the expert’s agency must have completed the necessary training courses. When one of the parties appoints an expert, we call this expert the party expert. In this case, the party expert will represent the interests of the party that appointed him.
In many cases, however, disputes occur outside the courtroom. Even then, you can call upon Coverto for an amicable expert’s inspection. It goes without saying that this is always the preferred solution.