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Scottish Assessors Association

Scottish Assessors

Scottish Assessors Association

Online Forms

By using the menu links in the “Online Forms” menu on the left you can choose to lodge a Non Domestic (Rates) Valuation Appeal or Council Tax Proposal Form, complete on-line versions of Rental Return or Rent Review Forms and/or complete a Return of Information Form (Valuation Schedule/Annual Return)

Non Domestic Appeals 

If you wish to lodge an appeal against the rateable value of your property there are time limits and rules to follow which you can read about by using the Non Domestic Appeal Link.

Council Tax Banding Proposals 

If you do not agree with the Band allocated to your house you can lodge a proposal provided certain criteria are met. You can find out more by using the Council Tax Proposal Link.

Rent Forms 

When the Assessor is preparing for a Revaluation or is made aware that a new lease or revised rent has been agreed between the parties he may issue a full Return of Rental Information Form or a shorter Rent Review Form. These forms deal specifically with the arrangement between the parties to the lease and, in addition to basic information such as the amount of annual rent paid and the date that rent became effective, seek information about the term (length) of the lease, various lease conditions, details of any incentives and improvements etc. If you have received a Return of Rental Information Form you can use this service to make a return on-line. You can also use this service to send an electronic copy of the lease or missives etc to the Assessor. To read more click on the Rent Forms Link opposite.

Return of Information Form 

The Assessor’s duty is to maintain the information in the Valuation Roll in as up to date a manner as is possible. In order to do this he will send out, in most years, a Return of Information Form. This details the information currently shown in the Valuation Roll and seeks to obtain information on any changes, such as the names of new owners, tenants and occupiers. It also invites information about physical changes to the property or the amount of any rent paid. This is not so extensive an enquiry as in the Rental Information Form and indeed may prompt the Assessor to issue a full Rent Form dealing specifically with the arrangements agreed between the parties to the lease.

If you have received a Return of Information Form you can use this service to make a return on-line to:

1) Specify any changes relating to:

a) the proprietor (owner), tenant or occupier,

b) physical or other changes to the property,

c) the rent of the property.(This may result in the Assessor issuing a separate Rental Information Form.)


2) Confirm that there is ”No Change” to the information.

To read more, click on the Return of Information Link in the menu opposite.