I did not file a protest at the Assessor’s Office but I want to protest my taxes. What do I do?

According to State Law, 7-38- 39 and -40 NMSA 1978, you must file a Claim for Refund in District Court no later than January 10. Prior to filing you must pay the amount due on your property tax bill.

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1. When are Tax Bills usually mailed?
2. When is the first half tax due?
3. Are there any late fees imposed if the taxes are not paid on time?
4. Do people have to go to the Treasurer’ Office to pay their taxes?
5. Can I use a credit card to pay my property taxes?
6. Do I receive a property tax bill if my mortgage company pays my taxes?
7. What do I do if I paid off my mortgage and a mortgage company name appears on my tax bill?
8. I did not file a protest at the Assessor’s Office but I want to protest my taxes. What do I do?
9. I didn’t receive my property tax bill and it is now past the delinquency date; do I have to pay delinquency charges?
10. I’m going to be out of town when my Property Tax Bill arrives. How can I make arrangements to pay my bill to avoid Delinquency Charges?