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How to I object to my valuation?

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(@jonathane)
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My valuation is high. What Must I do? 


   
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(@ivor)
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Every municipality must have allow for property owners to object by providing them with an objection mechanism. Depending on which municipality, this may be a form you can download from their website, obtain from their office or in some instances, complete the objection through a designated portal.

Too, Most municipalities accept objections via email.

There are different types of objection forms in the following categories such as Residential, Business, Schools, Section Title and Farm land. Make sure you know which one relates to your property.

 


   
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(@donaldjacobs)
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Is this process known by another name? 


   
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(@dufnuf)
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Posted by: @jonathane

My valuation is high. What Must I do? 

Hope and pray. this process is hard. 

 


   
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(@julia-fish)
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@donaldjacobs They could be called General Valuation Rolls (GVR), Municipal Valuation Rolls, Property Rates Evaluations/Assessments/Increases. Generally on municipal management websites and in government gazette adverts the GVR is standard.


   
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(@ivor)
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Hi - check out our resources on GVRs here: https://can.org.za/category/can-resources/gvr/


   
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