Queen Street, P O Box 404, Te Kuiti 3941, NZ. Telephone 07-878 0800, Fax 07-878 7771, Email info@waitomo.govt.nz, Website www.waitomo.govt.nz
1. The details of the property shown on the Notice of Rating Valuation are:
Valuation Number:
Rating Unit Address:
Legal Description:
Area (hectares):
Rating Valuation Objection Form
(Please complete and return ONE form for each separate valuation objection.)
I object to the entry in the Waitomo District Valuation Roll described below.
2. Rating valuation Current Values My estimate of values
Land Value $ $
Value of Improvements $ $
Capital Value $ $
3.
My reasons for objecting are:
*we encourage you to attach documentation in support of your estimate of values
4. Contact details:
Postal address:
Email:
Mycontactphonenumberduringofficehoursis:
5. Capacity
Occupier Owner Agent
Full Name:
(If agent) The Ratepayer / Owner I am acting for is:
Important: In accordance with the Rating Valuations Act 1998 and the Rating Valuations
Regulations 1998, all sections of this form must be completed for this objection to be
considered valid. Please refer to the reverse of this form for further information.
Queen Street, P O Box 404, Te Kuiti 3941, NZ. Telephone 07-878 0800, Fax 07-878 7771, Email info@waitomo.govt.nz, Website www.waitomo.govt.nz
Objections are processed in terms of statutory requirements of the Rating Valuations Act 1998 and the Rating
Valuations Regulations 1998.
The onus of proof on any objection rests with the objector.
Objections must be lodged with the Waitomo District Council on or before the date shown on the Notice of Rating
Valuation. Once your objection is lodged, and Council considers there is sufcient reason for its Valuation Service
Provider (VSP) to reconsider the rating valuation, your objection will be passed on to the VSP staff for review.
Contact may be made by VSP staff to discuss your contentions of value.
Important notice
If there are other people who may be affected by your decision to object to the rating valuation (for example
the owner or ratepayer), you MUST send a copy of your objection to them within the timeframe allowed for this
objection (e.g. 20 working days for the notice of valuation where it does not relate to a general revaluation, or 30
working days where it does relate to a general revaluation). Failure to comply with this requirement may delay any
subsequent processes.
Processing of Objections
Rating Valuation Objection Form
A decision will then be made by VSP staff to recommend to Council either:
a) to alter the rating valuation; or
b) to decline to make any amendment to the rating valuation.
Notice of the valuation decision will be supplied to you in writing by Council.
If you do not agree with the review, you may, within 20 working days from the date you receive notication from Council
of the outcome of the review, require the objection to be heard by a Land Valuation Tribunal. To do this you must file
the objection in the office of the Hamilton Land Valuation Tribunal and provide a copy of the objection to Council.
If no response is received from you within the 20 working days, the decision of Council is said under the legislation to
have the objectors’ agreement.
If you have any further concerns regarding the valuation objection process, please contact the Waitomo District
Council Customer Services Team on (07) 878 0800, or email info@waitomo.govt.nz
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