Valuer Law and Legal Definition

Valuer is a person who appraises property. A valuer of property is also termed appraiser, referees, or commissioners. [Omaha v. Omaha Water Co., 218 U.S. 180 (U.S. 1910)].

A valuer is an impartial person who estimates the monetary worth of possessions such as real estate, jewelry, houses, or valuable books.

Valuers of property are governed by the law relating to arbitration. [Omaha v. Omaha Water Co., 218 U.S. 180 (U.S. 1910)] .