What Is a Roll Number?

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A roll number is a 19-digit number assigned by the Assessment Commissioner to an assessable property for identification purposes. This number appears on all notices issued by MPAC and the ARB. Organizations called building societies use bank account roll numbers, which is an alphanumerical customer reference number, or account number. But a roll number is not a bank account number.
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A roll number is a 19 digit number which is assigned by the Assessment Commissioner to a property for reasons of identification. The digits stand for county or municipal district, city, ward, area and street subcentreision.
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