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64 .         Proprietor may seek a review of unimproved value of parcel

        (1)         Notwithstanding section 62(2) and without prejudice to the rights of objection and review conferred on the strata company, where the Valuer-General values the unimproved value of a parcel under the Valuation of Land Act 1978 for rating and taxing purposes, each proprietor of a lot within the parcel shall be entitled to object to and seek a review of the valuation of the parcel in accordance with Part IV of the Valuation of Land Act 1978 as if that proprietor were a person liable to pay a rate or tax assessed in respect of the parcel.

        (2)         Upon receiving an objection to the valuation of a parcel made by a proprietor of a lot within the parcel pursuant to subsection (1), the Valuer-General —

            (a)         shall inform the strata company of the objection and the grounds upon which it has been made; and

            (b)         may consolidate the objection with any other objection made in respect of the same valuation of that parcel and may deal with such objections together.

        [Section 64 amended: No. 55 of 2004 s. 1124.]

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