Thursday, 30 October 2014

Appeals against invalidity notices

 

Invalidity notices for business premises

The Valuation Office Agency’s valuation officer may issue an invalidity notice if they believe that a proposal made to them does not meet the requirements of the regulations in some way. For example, it may be that the proposal does not include the required rental information. There is a right of appeal against an invalidity notice to the Valuation Tribunal.

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FAQ 01

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  • What is an appeal?

FAQ 02

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  • Can I observe another tribunal hearing before my case is heard?

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FAQ 15a

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  • Am I likely to win my appeal?

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  • Does it cost anything to appeal?

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  • What are the time limits for making appeals?

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  • What happens after you receive my appeal?

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  • When will you list my non-domestic rating case for hearing?

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FAQ 21

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  • How do I prepare my case for the tribunal hearing?

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  • I want my appeal to be heard without the need for me to attend a hearing - what are my options?

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  • What should a written submission include?

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  • Where do you hold tribunal hearings?

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  • Can I request a private hearing?

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  • What if I want to attend a tribunal hearing and have extra needs?

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  • What happens at the tribunal hearing?

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  • What is a lead appeal?

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  • What is a complex case?

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  • Can I appeal against the Valuation Tribunal’s decision on business rates?

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  • Can I contact you to ask for advice?

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Practice Statements (rules & procedures)

Click here to view Practice Statements that you should be aware of if you intend making an appeal to the Tribunal

 
 
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