The scope of examination of the real estate appraisal report in court of law and in administrative proceedings – selected problems illustrated with the jurisprudence of the supreme court, courts of general jurisdiction, and administrative courts

Maria Zbylut-Górska , Adam Górski


The article presents considerations regarding the practical problem of the scope of the examination or verification of the real estate appraisal report by the court of justice or by an administrative body. Based on the analysis of administrative courts’ judgements or decisions, it should be stated that there is no uniform view developed in the jurisprudence of this issue. Various standpoints in this matter can be observed: from the position limiting the possibility of examining the report to formal issues only, to the position allowing the possibility of far-reaching interference with its substantive content (for instance, in the choice of approach, or valuation methods). The judgements of the Supreme Court and common courts demonstrate an approach to the problem allowing free discretionary assessment of evidence, without referring to specific issues regarding the assessment of the content in either substantive (content-related) or formal terms. In the opinion of the present authors, it is necessary to distinguish between the verification of the appraisal report in terms of objective criteria from the examination in the scope of subjective criteria.
Author Maria Zbylut-Górska (FoEEaLS / DoG)
Maria Zbylut-Górska,,
- Department of Geodesy
, Adam Górski
Adam Górski,,
Journal seriesGeomatics, Landmanagement and Landscape, ISSN 2300-1496, (N/A 20 pkt)
Issue year2019
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishreal estate appraisal report, real estate property appraiser, examination (verification) of the appraisal report
Languageen angielski
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Score (nominal)20
Score sourcejournalList
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