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What can the defendant do with experts' reports prepared for the claimant but not relied on by the claimant and ordered to be disclosed to the defendant as a pre-condition of the claimant being allowed to rely on a different expert, and what evidential value/weight do those disclosed reports have?

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Published on LexisPSL on 30/10/2017

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  • What can the defendant do with experts' reports prepared for the claimant but not relied on by the claimant and ordered to be disclosed to the defendant as a pre-condition of the claimant being allowed to rely on a different expert, and what evidential value/weight do those disclosed reports have?

What can the defendant do with experts' reports prepared for the claimant but not relied on by the claimant and ordered to be disclosed to the defendant as a pre-condition of the claimant being allowed to rely on a different expert, and what evidential value/weight do those disclosed reports have?

Once an expert report has been disclosed, any party can use that report as evidence at trial (CPR 35.11). This applies to the evidence of experts relied on by parties who are no longer part of the proceedings, as long as the expert's report has been disclosed (Shepherd Neame

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