What does a publicly appointed and sworn expert for separators and separators do?
What distinguishes him from a non-sworn expert?
The German legislation confirms to an expert on the public order that he is particularly qualified in his specialist area.
Because publicly appointed experts are sworn, independent, neutral and impartial, they are appointed as court judges according to the rules of procedure.
Publicly appointed and sworn experts are subject to continuous training. They have to qualify again and again, and their work is under the permanent supervision of the ordering authorities on behalf of the state.
The fact that the state recognizes the special quality of its service makes it easier for businesses and courts to make use of high-quality appraisals.
In today's world it is imperative that the publicly appointed and sworn experts for separators can also move on the European stage.