The grounds for objection can be found in section 34 of the Valuation of Land Act 1916. A brief summary follows:
- the values assigned are too high or too low
- the area, dimensions or description of the land are not correctly stated
- the apportionment of the valuations is not correct
- lands which should be included in one valuation have been valued separately
- lands which should be valued separately have been included in one valuation
- the person named on the Notice of Valuation is not the lessee or owner of the land
- concessions/allowances are incorrect.
More information on lodging an objection can be found on the Request a review page.