It costs $50 to make an application to the tribunal.
If your application proceeds to a hearing, you’ll also need to pay a $900 District Courts scheduling and hearing fee (external link)
To lodge an objection to a valuation with the tribunal, you must first complain to your district council or Quotable Value.
Fill in this form and send it to us, along with a copy of the council’s or Quotable Value’s decision about your complaint.
You can pay the filing fee:
As long as the information included with the payment is the same information supplied to staff at the appropriate court, there should be no difficulty in verifying the receipt of fees.
If you want to file a claim for compensation pursuant to the Public Works Act, you should seek legal advice due to the complexity of the claims.
You must lodge your objection with the tribunal within 20 working days of being notified of the reviewed decision by your district council or Quotable Value.
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