When are Real Estate and Personal Property bills issued and when are they due?

Real Estate and Personal Property bills are issued twice a year. The 1st Half is usually issued some time in November or December and due 30 days later. The 2nd Half gets mailed out in late March and is always due on May 1 (unless May 1 is on a Saturday or Sunday)

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1. When are Real Estate and Personal Property bills issued and when are they due?
2. How much is a Municipal Lien Certificate (MLC)?
3. How do I change the mailing address of my bill?
4. Can I pay with a credit or debit card?
5. What if my payment is late?
6. Why does the previous owner appear on the top line of my Real Estate bill?
7. If I no longer have my car, do I have to pay my Motor Vehicle Excise bill?
8. I no longer live in Deerfield, how come I received a Motor Vehicle Excise bill from Deerfield?
9. I have an Excise bill that is overdue and held by the Deputy Collector. How can I pay this?
10. Are there any abatements or exemptions for seniors over 70, for Veterans or for disabilities?