VRT Appeals Procedure Overview

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VRT Appeals Procedure

If you are not happy with a decision made by the Revenue Commissioners in relation to VRT, it may be possible to appeal the decision. An appeal must be submitted within 2 months of the decisions. Prior to making any appeal VRT must be paid before an appeal will be considered. This article provides details information regarding the VRT appeals procedure.

What are the Reasons to Appeal?

It is possible to appeal appeal a revenue decision related to the follow items:

  • Amount of VRT charged (to estimate click here)
  • Refusal of a repayment or remission of VRT
  • Refusal to grant an exemption from VRT
  • Other VRT issues

What is the Appeals Procedure?

The appeals procedure is a two-stage process in which the decisions made by the Revenue Commissioners can be appealed.

  • First Stage: The first stage consists of a re-examination of the issue by a Revenue official who was not involved in the original decision.
  • Second Stage: The second optional stage involves further appealing the decision directly to the Tax Appeals Commission (TAC).
VRT Appeals Procedure Overview was last modified: April 7th, 2019 by vrtmanager

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