Who can make a valuation objection appeal?

An appeal can only be made by a person who is entitled to appeal under s 37(1) of the Valuation of Land Act.   This Act says that the person must be:

  • entitled under Part 3 of the Valuation of Land Act to object to a valuation
  • dissatisfied with the Valuer-General’s determination of any such objection to the valuation concerned (whether or not the person was the objector).

If the person wishes to appeal on the ground that the objection is taken to have been disallowed under s 35C(4) of the Valuation of Land Act, the person must first give the Valuer-General written notice of the person’s intention to appeal on that ground at least 14 days before making the appeal (see s 37(2) of the Valuation of Land Act).

 


 

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