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Finding an Expert in the EU

EuroExpert offers you a first overview of how experts are registered in lists in the different countries of the EU and gives you some advice where to find those experts on the web. We recommend our EuroExpertFinder service to find a qualified expert for your case.

 

 

The Ministry of Justice has started to register experts in 2016. A list of those experts will be published in the future.

 

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Through its "Find an Expert" data base the Association of Belgian Experts (ABEX) can usually provide details of suitable experts in Belgium.

Each administrative or regional court publishes a list of registered experts. Links to those courts can be found here.

 

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Сдружение за експертизи, финансово-икономически и технически анализи “СЕФИТА

All courts in Croatia who are mandated to register experts update individually their lists of experts. The common list can found here.

 

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Hrvatsko društvo sudskih vješaka i procjenitelja

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The Ministry of Justice publishes registered experts in a national list which can be consulted here.

 

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Through its “Find an Expert” facility The Komora soudních znalců ČR (Chamber of Czech court experts) can usually provide details of suitable experts in the Czech republic.

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The Court of Cassation as well as the Courts of Appeal publish an updated list of registered experts every year. These lists can be consulted here.

 

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Through its "Find an Expert" data base the Conseil National des Compagnies d’Experts de Justice can usually provide details of suitable experts in France.

There are two main lists of registered experts which can be consulted: www.svv.ihk.de and www.svd-handwerk.de.


The lists are individually updated by state mandated Chambers of commerce and industry, crafts, agriculture, architects and engineers. All publicly certified experts can be found in those lists. To find medical experts it is recommended to contact the regional websites of the regional medical associations.

 

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Through its "Find an Expert" data base the Bundesverband öffentlich bestellter und vereidigter sowie qualifizierter Sachverständiger e. V. (BVS) can usually provide details of suitable experts in Germany.

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The Ministry of Justice publishes registered Experts in a national list which can be consulted here.

There is no official register of experts. Some of the Professional Institutions maintain lists of their members that act as Experts. In addition Experts from the UK are often instructed to give evidence and UK organisations can usually assist in providing details of suitable Experts.

 

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The Acadamy of Experts 

Regional courts in Italy register experts and update individually their lists of experts. Those lists can be consulted on the websites of the courts e.g. Torino.

 

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FEDERPERITI - Federazione Italiana tra le Associazioni dei Periti Assicurativi e Danni

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The Ministry of Justice publishes registered Experts in a national list which can be consulted here.

The Minister of Justice registers experts within the Courts of Malta and Gozo. The list is published in the Government Gazette. Experts registered for 2017 are listed on pages 1466 and 1672.

The Netherlands Register of Court Experts (NRGD), an independent public administration since 2010, sets standards and assesses applicants, for the moment this only applies in criminal procedures. There is also a "private" register, the LRGD. In order to be listed on this register, experts must have received legal training next to a membership of a professional body. In the near future, the NRGD hopes to expand its field of action to include experts working in civil or administrative cases by merging with the LRGD.

In Poland 42 local courts are mandated to register experts. There is no national list. The form and the way of publication of the lists differ from court to court. For some areas of Poland you will find links to online lists.

 

For the centre of Poland: Warsaw

For North: Gdansk

For East: Bialystok

For South: Cracow

There is no overall and unified list of experts. Nevertheless there is an official listing for Valuation Experts (Expropriations, Property Valuations etc.). This list is prepared and maintained by the Ministry of Justice. 

 

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Associação Portuguesa dos Peritos Avaliadores de Engenharia

The Ministry of Justice publishes registered experts in a national list which can be consulted here.

The Ministry of Justice publishes registered experts in a national list which can be consulted here.

 

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Slovenská komora znalcov (Chamber of Slovakian court experts) can usually provide details of suitable experts in Slovakia.

The Ministry of Justice publishes registered experts in two national lists which can be consulted on those websites:

spvt.mp.gov.si/izvedenci.html

spvt.mp.gov.si/cenilci.html

 

Further Support can be obtained by several Expert Associations which can be found here.

Lawyers can appoint experts registered on professional orders or in expert associations. For court appointments, in January of each year, specialised professional organisations (official orders or "colegios" of doctors, architects, etc. and private expert companies or associations as well as academic institutions) draw up a register of at least five members who have stated that they accept to be appointed as experts.

 

Further support

Asociación Española de Peritos Tasadores Judiciales

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There is no official register of experts. However The Academy of Experts, which is the major accrediting, training and representative body for Experts in the UK, does maintain lists. The Academy has over 1,500 members in a wide range of disciplines and through its "Find an Expert" facility can usually provide details of suitable Experts.

 

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The Academy of Experts


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