Application for an extension of the time limit for making an appeal
If you want to make an appeal after the time limits have expired, the VTE President may authorise an appeal to be accepted where he is satisfied that you missed the deadline because of circumstances beyond your control.
You should complete this form to send with your appeal form. Please note that your application must include the reasons why you did not make an appeal on time. Before considering your application the VTE may ask you to provide further information or obtain the views of the other party in writing or by attending a hearing. We will let everyone involved in the appeal know the outcome.
If your late application is rejected, there is no right of appeal against that decision. For further information, please read the Practice Statement on Extension of Time Limits for Making Appeals.
You should note that the this power does NOT allow the President to order the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) to accept a council tax proposal that is made after the deadline. If the VOA have informed you that your council tax proposal is invalid because you have missed the deadline, you can appeal to the Tribunal against this decision. However, the Tribunal can only consider whether or not your proposal was made within the statutory time limits; it has no discretion in the time limits for making a council tax proposal
Made in accordance with The Valuation Tribunal for England (Council Tax and Rating Appeals) (Procedure) Regulations 2009 SI No.2269
Please contact us if you have any questions or need any help completing this form. Our address and phone number are shown at the end of the appeal form.
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