Land is valued for the purposes of land tax and local government rates. A person may object to a valuation of land by the Valuer-General. If the person is dissatisfied with the Valuer-General’s determination of the person’s objection, the person may appeal to the Land and Environment Court. The appeal is made under
s 37 of the
Valuation of Land Act 1916. The appeal is allocated to
Class 3 of the Court’s jurisdiction.
On the appeal, the person has the onus of proving its case, including that the values assigned by the Valuer-General are too high or too low (see
s 40(2) of the
Valuation of Land Act 1916).
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land valuation appeals.
In NSW, there are a number of places where you can get specialised legal advice on the sorts of legal problems heard by the Land and Environment Court. Find out
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Class 3: valuation, compensation and Aboriginal land claim cases - Valuation Objection Appeals.