Rent Restrictions Act, 1960

Apportionment of rateable valuation by Commissioner of Valuation.

41.—(1) Where a dwelling is not separately valued under the Valuation Acts, the Commissioner of Valuation and Boundary Surveyor may, on the application of the landlord or tenant of the dwelling, apportion to the dwelling such part as he thinks proper of the rateable valuation of the property in which the dwelling is comprised, and the part so apportioned to the said dwelling shall be taken to be the rateable valuation of the dwelling for the purposes of this Act, but not further or otherwise.

(2) The Minister for Finance, after consultation with the Minister, may make regulations fixing a scale of the fees to be paid to the Commissioner of Valuation and Boundary Surveyor for apportionments under subsection (1) of this section.

(3) The following provisions shall have effect in relation to all fees payable under this section:

(a) such fees shall be collected and taken in such manner as the Minister for Finance shall from time to time direct and shall be paid into or disposed of for the benefit of the Exchequer in accordance with the directions of the said Minister;

(b) the Public Offices Fees Act, 1879, shall not apply in respect of such fees.