Scullion -v- Bank of Scotland t a Colleys - negligent property valuation, duty of care


Miller Rosenfalck represented the Claimant, Emmet Thomas Scullion in an Appeal made by the Bank of Scotland Plc trading as Colleys which was heard before the Court of Appeal (Master of the Rolls Lord Neuberger, Lord Justice Etherton and Lord Justice Gross) on 23 May 2011.

It is anticipated that the reserved Judgment will be handed down within the next two months before the long vacation.

The Bank’s Appeal was against the decision of Richard Snowden QC, sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge in the Chancery Division and is of considerable public interest concerning as it did the liability of a Surveyor in respect of a negligent valuation with regard to a Buy-to-Let property purchased by Mr Scullion in July 2002.

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