The Valuer-General has approved the following forms and brochures which explain a range of activities undertaken by the Valuer-General that may impact on the public.
Owners Guide - Fresh Valuation
This brochure explains about Fresh Valuations, when they occur and what it means to property owners.
Owners Guide - Purchase or Compulsory Acquisition of Property by the Crown for a Public Purpose
This brochure explains about the process of acquisition of property for a public purpose and what it means to the various parties.
Owners Guide - Purchase and Compulsory Acquisition of Property by the Crown for a Public Purpose (362Kb)
Notice of Objection and (brochure) Owners Guide - Objection to Valuation
The brochure explains the process of objecting to a Statutory Valuations. The objection must be on the approved Notice of Objection.
Please note that objections based on changes in council rates and/or land tax are not valid grounds for an objection, as these charges are not determined or administered by the Office of the Valuer-General.
Objection to Valuation Form (84Kb)
Owner's Return - Urban or Suburban Land
The Valuer-General may request information about land from a land owner or their representative prior to undertaking a valuation in accordance with the Act. This form is for use with urban or suburban land.
Owners Return - Urban or Suburban Land (Form 1) (128Kb)
Owner's Return - Country Land
The Valuer-General may request information about land from a land owner or their representative prior to undertaking a valuation in accordance with the Act. This form is for use with country land.
Owners Return - Country Land (Form 2) (116Kb)
Application Form for Certified Copy
Land owners or their representative may request a new valuation, a Certified Copy of an entry on the Valuation Roll or a Certified Copy of a Certificate of a New Valuation.
Please use this application form for any of these services. Fees may apply.
Notice of Sale, or Agreement For Sale of Growing Trees
When a land owner sells or agrees to sell land of 50 hectares or more, or agrees to sell trees growing on the land to be cut for commercial or industrial uses (except when used as firewood), the owner or their representative must notify the Valuer-General of the sale or agreement within 30 days of the sale or the agreement under Section 56 of the Act. This is the prescribed form for this purpose.
To access information about land, you may obtain Property reports from Service Tasmania or via the LIST.
Fees may apply.