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Valuation Tribunal (England and Wales) - Possible outcomes of Valuation Tribunals

If you appeal against a Council Tax Support (Council Tax Reduction) decision in England or Wales, a Valuation Tribunal will deal with your appeal. This guide goes through the process of what happens after your appeal is received.

Possible outcomes of Valuation Tribunals

The local authority will have to make any changes it has been ordered to by the Tribunal.

If the Tribunal agree that the original decision was wrong, you will receive a letter from the local authority confirming that the decision has been changed. If you have paid too much Council Tax as a result of this, you will get a refund or it will be credited to your Council Tax account.

If the Tribunal decides it can't change the decision, you will receive a letter confirming this

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