VALUATION OF LAND ACT 1960 – SECT 17 Grounds for objection
Grounds for objectionThe grounds for an objection are-
- that the value assigned is too high or too low;
- that the interests held by various persons in the land have not been correctly apportioned;
- that the apportionment of the valuation is not correct;
- that lands that should have been included in one valuation have been valued separately;
- that lands that should have been valued separately have been included in one valuation;
- that the person named in the notice of valuation, assessment notice or other document is not liable to be so named;
- that the area, dimensions or description of the land including the AVPCC allocated to the land are not correctly stated in the notice of valuation, assessment notice or other document.
s.17(g) amended by No. 58/2012 s. 129.