If you do not agree with your assessment, you may lodge an objection here in writing to the Revenue Commissioner within thirty (30) days from the date of the notice. The objection is considered by the Commissioner and on completion, the taxpayer is advised of the decision in writing.
There are four grounds that can act as the basis for an objection:
- The lands which should be included in one valuation have been valued separately;
- The values assessed are too high or too low;
- The person named in the notice is not the owner of the land.
Simply stating that the taxes are too high or too low is not grounds for objection.