What you can object to in the RID
You have a right to inspect and, on certain grounds, object to our rating information database and rates records.
You can object to the information we hold on your property for the following reasons:
- A rating unit included in the district valuation roll (DVR) not in the RID.
- Valuation information in the DVR is not in the RID, or is entered incorrectly to the RID.
- The information included in the RID, other than information entered from the DVR, is incorrect (e.g. rateability information, such as location of the property).
- A lawful amendment to the district valuation roll has not been entered into the database.
How to change your property information in the RID
You can tell us if we have your details wrong by objecting to the RID: