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This Act provides rules for the valuation of land for purposes of taxation and for the assessment and collection of a tax payable in respect of any valuation unit. In addition, the Act establishes the Land Valuation Appeal Tribunal and provides for appeal against decisions regarding valuation and taxation. The Tribunal shall consider the objections to the draft valuation list prepared by the Director of Land Valuation.

Implemented by: Land Valuation and Tax (Objections and Appeals) Rules 1967. (1967-08-01)
Amended by: Land Valuation and Tax Amendment Act 2015 (No. 29 of 2015). (2015-07-04)
Amended by: Land Valuation (Reorganization) Act 2002. (2002-07-10)
Amended by: Land Valuation and Tax Amendment Act 2014 (No. 29 of 2014). (2014-07-30)

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Government of Bermuda


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