Montserrat officers visit Bermuda
Customs officers from a Caribbean island are in Bermuda to research the land valuation process.
The Montserrat Customs and Revenue Service arranged the visit after the Land Valuation Department made a presentation at the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre Property Taxation Conference in 2016.
MCRS members have been in Bermuda since October 8 to research:
• Bermuda’s property valuation system and operations for land taxation purposes.
• Billing and collection of land tax.
• The Land Valuation Department’s IT databases.
The visit has included two days of on-site property inspections with the department’s valuation survey technicians.
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