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Rates (Northern Ireland) Order 1977

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Appeal to Commissioner against alteration of, or decision not to alter, F1. . . valuation list, or review by Commissioner of certain alterations made by him in F1. . . list.N.I.

51.[F2(1) Any person other than the Department who is aggrieved by an alteration which the district valuer has caused to be made in a valuation list may, within twenty-eight days of the service on him of the certificate of alteration appeal to the Commissioner against the alteration.

(1A) Any person other than the Department who is aggrieved by a decision of the district valuer not to cause a valuation list to be altered in consequence of an application by him for the revision of that list may, within twenty-eight days from the date of service on him of the notice of the decision, appeal to the Commissioner against the decision.

(1B) Paragraph (1A) does not apply to a decision under Article 49(6).]

(2) Any person, other than the DepartmentF3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., who is aggrieved by an alteration made in [F4a valuation list] by the Commissioner under Article 50(1)( a)(i) or ( b) may, within twenty-eight days from the date of service on him of the certificate of the alteration, apply to the Commissioner for a review of the alteration; and in the succeeding provisions of this Order any reference to an appeal to the Commissioner includes a reference to an application to him for a review under this paragraph or, as the case may require, to such a review, and references to an appellant or to hearing or determining an appeal shall be construed accordingly.

(3) An appeal to the Commissioner shall be instituted by a notice of appeal, signed by the appellant, stating—

(a)the alteration desired or objected to;

(b)the reasons for desiring or objecting to the alteration; and

(c)where the appellant is not the owner, or is not the occupier, of the hereditament, the name and address of the owner, or, as the case may require, of the occupier or of both.

(4) The appellant shall, within the period of twenty-eight days mentioned in paragraph (1) [F5, (1A)] or (2) (whichever is applicable), serve a copy of the notice of appeal on—

(a)the occupier of the hereditament to which the appeal relates, where not the appellant; and

(b)the owner of the hereditament, where he is not the occupier or the appellant.

(5) The appellant may, at any time before the Commissioner's decision on the appeal has been issued, abandon the appeal by serving a notice in that behalf on the Commissioner.

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