The Land Valuation Division provides the following services:
In addition, the Division undertakes valuations for all purposes for governmental agencies and organisations.
Do you wish to have information recorded on the Valuation Roll amended? If so, the Division requires the following information:
Where the property is unregistered, proof of ownership is required to effect changes relating to the ownership of the property. Such documents may include any one or more of the following:
How do I lodge an objection to a Notice of Valuation?
If upon receipt of a Notice of Valuation you are dissatisfied with it for one of the reasons listed below, you may within sixty (60) days of service of the Notice, serve a Notice of Objection on the Commissioner of Land Valuations.
What are the grounds for lodging an objection?
Grounds for objection can be found in Section 34 of the Land Valuation Act. Listed below are the only valid reasons for objections:
If your objection is to the value assessed, you may also submit a Declaration of Value indicating the amount for which, in your opinion, the land should be valued.
Even if you file a Declaration of Value you must pay land tax on:
The statutory Notice of Objection and Declaration of Value forms are available from Collectorates Islandwide or NLA Customer Service offices Islandwide.
Why do I receive a Notice of Valuation from the Commissioner of Valuations as well as a Property Tax Assessment Notice from Inland Revenue?
The Commissioner of Valuations is responsible for assessing the value of land upon which the tax is calculated and collected by the Inland Revenue Department.