sorry i didn't see this on time.
The surveyor was suggested by my husband's solicitor and I accepted it.
It wasn't a case of proposing three and i choose one or anything llike that.
In some way it was imposed on me because there was time pressure.
The way I saw easily there is something wrong with his valuatiosn is because :
when I saw the previous valuations we had used that were accepted a year ago,, teh surveyors states in essence that within a year:
1) the fmh in wimbledon went up by 49%
2)my husban'ds place in west hampstead went up by 8%
3)teh x-local authority flat that was mine in docklands went up by 17%.
This didn't make sense based on land registry data.
The previous valuations from a year ago were from estate agents.
So I wonder maybe he will question those valuations from a year ago were false.
So I choose the non debatable method where I take for each property the actual purchase price and when it was bought and use the land registry data and the hosue price index changes according to actual indisputable sales and see for each property based on teh area and type what shold have been teh price move.
My suspicion that there is foul play was confirmed. The FMH was overpriced and the x-llocal as well while my husband's property was more than 80k below the range of prices taht would be expected.
What shoudl I do now? Apply on what basis and what count and how to use this on my divorce case?