Міжвідомчий Науково-методичний збірник
"Криміналістика і судова експертиза"
ISSN: 0130-2655
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A. Yukhymenko; V. Bondar

Summary

In the article, based on the analysis of expert practice are presented the results of the generalization of expert practice in calculating the market value of damaged and dismountable wheeled vehicles using calculation algorithms type «A» and type «B».

Particular attention is paid to the revealed regularities in the calculation of the specific gravity of components that are part of the design of the estimated model of a wheeled vehicle, depending on its modification. The expert practice has some direct relationship between the prices of new modifications of one model of a wheeled vehicle and the specific weight of the groups and sub-groups of constituent parts that are included in each modification of the vehicle.

The method of determining the market value of a damaged (disassembly) of a wheeled vehicle with a specific weight of its constituent parts, in cases where it is necessary to name the calculation of utilization value, as practice shows, provides a fairly accurate and principal methodologically grounded result. Because it involves calculating the specific weights for each modification of a vehicle of this model, rather than using an unreasonable numerical value. At the same time, during the formation of the price arrays which are necessary for carrying out research work, the experts have discovered the patterns that accelerate the calculation for different modifications of one model of a wheeled vehicle.

As a result of the generalization of expert practice, an algorithm has been generated for calculating the specific weights of component parts of a certain vehicle modification, with such are available for a basic modification.

In addition, based on the analysis of expert practice, the proposed method, which will ensure the leveling of changes in specific weights based on price data for a certain period and in conditions of unstable economic situation may change within certain limits.