Can I lodge an objection outside of the 60 day lodgement period?
Where more than 60 days have passed from the date of issue stated on your rates notice, land tax assessment or pastoral rent notice, you will need to obtain approval from the Valuer-General to proceed with lodging an objection. You must establish reasonable cause for an extension of time to be granted.
An extension of time can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- the reason why you require extra time to lodge your submission
- property address
- valuation you are objecting to
- date of issue stated on the rates notice, land tax assessment or pastoral rent notice
The Valuer-General will assess your request and response within 5 business days. Where an extension has been granted, an approval code will be provided.
On submitting your objection, please provide the approval code:
- Online objection form – enter the approval code, when requested
- Objection form emailed – write the approval code at the top of the objection form or include in your email
- Objection form posted – write the approval code at the top of the objection form