.Go paperless today. receive your emergency services levy and land tax notices directly to your inbox

Ready to make the switch?

Switching from paper bills and correspondence to receiving them directly to your email inbox is easy and free.

By electing to receive your bills and correspondence electronically you’ll benefit by:

  • Being environmentally friendly
  • Providing faster delivery which means more time to pay
  • Giving you more timely payment reminders

All the details you need can be found on either your emergency services levy or land tax assessment.

Want to update your postal address?

If you have moved recently or need to update your postal address, please complete our update details online form.

Can I have separate notice for each property?

Properties held under the same ownership (owned by the same person(s) or parties) can only be issued on one assessment for emergency services levy or land tax.

Can I change the name on my notice?

The name that appears on notices is an abbreviation of the name(s) registered on the certificate of title and is restricted to a certain number of characters (approximately 40 characters).

If you need to change the name(s) registered on the title, applications should be made to Land Services SA. Land Services SA will advise RevenueSA of any changes of names.

You may request a change of mailing name for future emergency services levy and/or land tax assessments without affecting the name registered on the title, however, the name can only be changed to one of, or a combination of the registered proprietors on the title.

Can you send the assessment to someone other than the owner?

Your emergency services levy and/or land tax assessment can only be issued in the name of the owner.

However, if can request for your assessment to be sent care of another person or company (for example: a managing agent).

Care of another person or company

Please complete our update details online form. In the field 'Postal address if different to residential address' please include the name of the person or company your assessment will be sent to.


Managing Agent

Register as a managing agent to receive emergency services levy and land tax notices for a property.

Note: If you manage multiple properties please complete a managing agent schedule (Word 128KB) and upload with your register as a managing agent form.

Please note: As billing is conducted via ownership (meaning that all properties held under the same ownership are billed on the one assessment), any request to have an assessment issued care of a managing agent, or another person or company, will include all properties contained in the respective ownership.

What does ANR and ORS mean?

ANR means 'Another'. If a property is bought by two entities, both names are registered on the certificate of title, however our ownership record will show the first named on the certificate of title, with the other name abbreviated to ANR.


Example

Property bought by Joe Boggelsworth & Mary Smith would have both names registered on the certificate of title, but as Joe's name was registered first, the ownership record will display as 'J Boggelsworth & ANR'.


ORS means 'Others'. If a property is bought by more than two entities, all names are registered on the certificate of title, however the ownership record will show the first named on the certificate of title, with all other names abbreviated to ORS.


Example

Property bought by Bloggs Pty Ltd, Mary Smith Inc and Jim Brown would have all names registered on the certificate of title but as Bloggs Pty Ltd was registered first, the ownership record will display as 'Bloggs Pty Ltd & ORS'.


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