Land and Environment Court > Types of cases > Class 3: valuation, compensation and Aboriginal land claim cases

Valuation objection appeals process


These pages describe appeals that may be made to the Land and Environment Court concerning the valuation of land. In NSW, a valuer-general is appointed under the Valuation of Land Act 1916  to value land.

A person who is dissatisfied with the valuer-general’s determination may bring their objection to the NSW Land and Environment Court. The Land and Environment Court can hear and finalise appeals under s 37(1) of the Valuation of Land Act 1916 .


Appeals of this kind are allocated to Class 3 of the Court’s jurisdiction.These pages outline:

  • appeals that can be made in this class
  • who has rights of appeal
  • when the appeal must be made
  • how to file an appeal
  • what to expect during the process of the appeal.

How to use these pages

Use the links in the boxes on the left side of your screen to follow the steps in the appeals process.




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