|If you require further clarification of the value of your property, please call the Rates and Property Department on (03)5232 9465 or (03)5232 9461. |
Valuation objections must be lodged within two months of the date of the Valuation and Rates Notice. A valuation objection may ultimately be determined by the Victorian Civil Appeals Tribunal (VCAT) or Supreme Court.
Lodging an objection to a valuation does not negate the requirement of a ratepayer to pay rates by the due date. Failure to do so will result in interest being imposed.