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Tribunal may direct disclosure of valuation evidence

    (1)     This rule applies to—

        (a)     a proceeding under the Land Acquisition and Compensation Act 1986 or a proceeding to which that Act applies; and

        (b)     a proceeding under Part III of the Valuation of Land Act 1960 or a proceeding to which that Part applies.

    (2)     A member of the Tribunal may direct that each party to a proceeding to which this rule applies give to the other party—

        (a)     the names of the valuers it proposes to call;

        (b)     the amount of the valuation placed by each valuer on the land that is the subject of the appeal; and

        (c)     details of all sales and rentals relied upon by the valuer in arriving at the valuation.

    (3)     The member may give such a direction at any time—

        (a)     on application by any party; or

        (b)     of the member's own motion.

    (4)     If such a direction is given, a party may not call or rely on, without the leave of the Tribunal—

        (a)     any valuer whose name was not given to the other party; or

        (b)     any evidence of sales or rentals that was not given to the other party.

Rule 8A.02 inserted by S.R. No. 58/2019 rule 8, substituted by S.R. No. 30/2023 rule 8.

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