English version

valuer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations
valuerval‧u‧er /ˈvæljuə $ -ər/ noun [countable] British English 🔊 🔊 BOVALUEsomeone whose job is to decide how much money something is worth
Examples from the Corpus
valuerNot an estate agent, a valuer, a lawyer or a property slump in sight.In the case of Halifax Building Society the brochure states that the society accepts responsibility for its employed valuers.The performance of his task by the employed valuer is the performance of his contract of employment.Expert opinion of independent official valuers must be obtained for ascertaining the value of the asset in question.The incoming rector's valuers were incompetent and ignorant of the subject, and caused their client loss.But I do not think that these circumstances demonstrate a contract between the valuer as principal and the borrower.If the society chooses to use its own employee, then there is no separate contract between the valuer and the borrower.There is little scope and seemingly no consideration for a contract by the valuer as principal.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvaluerval‧u‧er /ˈvæljuə-ər/ noun [countable]JOBSFINANCE someone whose job is to calculate how much something is worthThe property is inspected by a valuer who tells the bank whether the house you want to buy is worth the price.
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