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Lodging an out of date objection

You have 60 days to lodge an objection. The last date to object is printed on the front of your Notice of Valuation or 60 days from the issue date printed on your land tax assessment.

If you want to lodge an out of date objection you need to provide detailed reasons why your objection is late. We can then decide whether to accept the objection.

Examples of reasons for lateness include:

  • you were experiencing an extended illness, injury or health issue at the time your Notice of Valuation or land tax assessment was issued, impacting on your ability to meet the last date to object
  • a death or serious illness or injury in your family, impacting on your ability to meet the last date to object
  • you were overseas or away from home for an extended period of time when your Notice of Valuation or land tax assessment was issued, impacting on your ability to meet the last date to object
  • you were unable to gather your supporting information by the last date to object. You will need to show that you requested the information before the last date to object
  • the delay was caused by another government authority because you were waiting for information from them
  • your Notice of Valuation or land tax assessment was not delivered or was delivered late.

You may provide a statutory declaration to support your late objection. Information on statutory declarations can be found on the Department of Attorney General and Justice website.

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