Order Appointing Real Estate Expert (Family Law) {ALA FL-006} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | California

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Order Appointing Real Estate Expert (Family Law) {ALA FL-006}

This is a California form that can be used for Alameda within Local County.

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ALA FL-006 ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, State Bar number, and address) FOR COURT USE ONLY TELEPHONE NO.: E-MAIL ADDRESS (Optional): ATTORNEY FOR (Name): FAX NO. (Optional): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, ALAMEDA COUNTY STREET ADDRESS: MAILING ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER: CASE NUMBER: ORDER APPOINTING REAL ESTATE EXPERT By Stipulation After Hearing This proceeding was heard on (date): by Judge (name): Petitioner present Respondent present Other present on the Order to Show Cause or motion filed on (date): at (time): in Dept.: Temporary Judge Attorney present (name): Attorney present (name): Attorney present (name): by (name): By stipulation of the parties attached hereto (no appearance). Good cause appearing, THE COURT ORDERS: 1. Appointment of expert (Name): (Address): (E-mail): (Telephone): (Fax): is appointed as the court's expert under Evidence Code section 730. The expert must be impartial and must function at the request of the court and pursuant to this court order. The expert is deemed qualified to perform the following tasks and must do so, provided that the parties comply with the provisions set forth below regarding compensation and documents and information and subject to the provision regarding withdrawal. 2. Expert's tasks a. Provide a written opinion plus supporting information regarding the fair market value of the below listed property, as of the date indicated: PROPERTY ADDRESS DATE OF VALUATION Page 1 of 4 Form Approved for Optional Use Superior Court of California, County of Alameda ALA FL-006 [New January 1, 2008] ORDER APPOINTING REAL ESTATE EXPERT Evidence Code, § 730 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com ALA FL-006 PETITIONER/PLANTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: CASE NUMBER: b. Provide a written opinion plus supporting information regarding the fair market rental value of the below listed property, as of the date indicated: PROPERTY ADDRESS DATE OF VALUATION c. Provide a written opinion regarding the impact on the fair market value of the below listed property, of any capital repair estimates obtained by either party: PROPERTY ADDRESS CAPITAL REPAIR ITEMS/ESTIMATES d. Other: 3. Compensation a. The billed mount must be paid on a timely basis as follows: (1) (2) (3) The Petitioner to pay (specify %): The Respondent to pay (specify %): Other: b. The court retains jurisdiction to later order a different allocation of payment, as between parties. 4. Documents and Information a. The parties must provide all records requested by the expert, within 20 days of receipt of a written request. b. Each party must provide responses to questions propounded by the expert within 10 days. c. If requested by the expert, the parties must provide written authorization directing third parties to provide documents, records, or other information. 5. Communication a. The expert may contact any party or attorney on an ex parte basis. In the event that an attorney for any party, or any party, communicates with the expert in writing, a copy of the communication must be provided to the other party at the same time. b. The attorneys must notify the expert of all court dates. The expert may communicate by telephone with either party regarding the scheduling of meetings or hearings and the status of the expert's work. Page 2 of 4 ALA FL-006 [New January 1, 2008] ORDER APPOINTING REAL ESTATE EXPERT American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com ALA FL-006 PETITIONER/PLANTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: CASE NUMBER: 6. Disputes a. The expert may initiate contact with the court to obtain the court's assistance in resolving disputes related to the completion of the expert's assignment, including, but not limited to, the production of documents, the scope of the assignment, scheduling of court appearances, the payment of the expert's fees, access and entrance to property or any issue related to a violation of this order. b. Prior to initiating such contact with the court, the expert must give written notice to each party at least two business days prior to contacting the court of the nature of the dispute and the expert's intention to notify the court. c. Contact by the expert with the court will be by letter, by telephone conference call, by declaration, or by motion filed by the expert as the court orders. d. Any written communication sent to the court must be provided to the other party at the same time. 7. Reporting a. The expert may provide a status report to the court at any time. The status report must be provided to both parties at the same time as it is provided to the court. b. The parties must meet with the expert when the report is completed. c. Instead of meeting with the parties when the report is completed, the expert may distribute a draft report to the parties. d. The parties must submit any objections to the findings and conclusions, any additional factual information they believe the expert should consider, or note any errors they believe the expert has made within ten days unless the expert agrees to provide additional time, which may not exceed 30 days. e. The expert's final report must be sent to the court and copies provided to the parties, provided that the parties have complied with the provisions of this order, including the compensation and documents and information provisions. f. The expert's final report will be admitted into evidence at any hearing or trial in this matter, over any hearsay and foundation objections, subject to cross-examination. g. If either party wishes to cross-examine the expert, that party must give expert at least five business days written notice and must advance the fees requested by expert to prepare for and appear at the hearing, subject to reimbursement or reallocation by the court. Fees for preparing and appearing, as requested by expert must be paid at least two business days before the appearance. h. If at any point the provisions regarding compensation of this order, or any engagement agreement between the parties and the expert, have not been complied with, the expert may stop all work and not issue a draft or final report. 8. Enforcement by expert The expert may bring a motion in this action to enforce the provisions of this order. 9. Withdrawal of the expert a. The expert may withdraw at any time as a result of the failure of a party to comply with the terms of this order or at any time the expert determines that the expert cannot complete the assignment. Th

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