A valuation report is a legal document which states a definition of value for a specific item or items at a specific time. Each report must state the purpose of the valuation and the definition of value clearly so the reader is fully informed and is aware of the reason valuation was necessary; this is done to ensure a report cannot be unwittingly miss-used or misrepresented in anyway.
Mortgage/Lending & Finance Approval
Most Financial Institutions have risk assessment policies in place that require valuations and correct identification to be conducted when a customer intends to use machinery assets as security in a loan.
Insurance Dispute Resolution and Insurable Values
Many Insurance companies use JD Dodds Plant and Machinery Valuers as an independent un-biased arbitrator when establishing the “pre-accident” value of an insured machinery item which is in dispute and to determine insurable agreed values.
Tax Purposes & Financial Reporting
Taxation Reporting and Internal Company Financial Reporting is often necessary when companies require accurate fair market values of company assets or machinery fleets which allow informed decisions for business planning.
We supply valuation reports for all Family Law and legal matters, including marital settlement, litigation support, expert witness, deceased estate, gift planning etc.
Boat & Marine Valuations
Mining Machinery Valuations
Mining Equipment Valuations
Drilling Rig Valuations
Bull Dozer Valuations
Truck Trailer Valuations
Industrial Machinery Valuations
Plant and Equipment Valuations
Agricultural & Farm Machinery Valuations
Forestry Machinery Valuations
Mortgage Valuation Reports
Lending Valuation Reports
Finance Approval Valuation Reports
Insurance Dispute Resolution Valuation Reports
Insurance Valuation Reports
Valuation Reports for Tax Purposes
Business Plant & Equipment Valuation Reports
Valuation Reports for Family Law Cases
Auctioneers & Valuers Association
Importantly, the company is a member of the Auctioneers & Valuers Association, ensuring we receive up-to-date and objective data