Is an expert needed? London Aviation Ltd v Royal Bank of Scotland

alison kirby

The recently reported case of London Aviation Ltd v Royal Bank of Scotland plc [2017] EWHC 1037 (Ch) decided that an expert was not ‘reasonably required’ because, on the facts of the case, an expert was unlikely to assist the judge.

 

 

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