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The Lands Valuation (Scotland) Act, 1854 established a uniform valuation of landed property throughout Scotland, with separate rolls compiled for each county and royal burgh.
Before the Lands Valuation (Scotland) Act, 1854 was passed, in order to raise property taxes, local and central government gathered information about the ownership and tenancy of land and houses.
Local taxes were based upon the rental value of a property, the rateable value for each property was based upon the annual rental value of those properties which were actually rented or notional in the case of an owner occupied or otherwise unlet property.
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