How to Object
You can object to the market value of the property, bearing in mind the valuations are determined as of 1 July 2013, and not the current market. In addition, you can object to the stated category of the property. Objections will also be possible if the property description or owner names are incorrect.
The required forms for the lodging of an objection to an individual property are available at the centres below and by clicking on the ‘MY PROPERTY’ tab above. Valuation staff will be available at the centres to assist. The completed objection forms must be returned BY HAND to any of the centre(s) listed below. Kindly bring along the Section 49 notice when submitting your objection, as this will expedite the submission process.
NO FORM OF ELECTRONIC, EMAIL OR FACSIMILE (FAX) SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
NO LATE OBJECTIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
CLOSING DATE FOR OBJECTIONS IS 30 APRIL 2014
Old Mutual Building,
King William’s Town
What happens after I have lodged my objection?
The matter will be referred back to the valuer, who will review the valuation in the light of any additional information provided by you. You will be informed in writing of the outcome of this review.
What happens if I am still unhappy with my valuation?
You may lodge an appeal against the valuation and this appeal will be heard by the Valuation Appeal Board, which is a tribunal appointed by the Provincial Government.
How do I lodge an Appeal?
Details of this will be provided to you together with the outcome of your objection.