If I move out of Lynchburg or sell my automobile, will my tax bill be prorated?

If you move out of state or into another prorating locality in Virginia or sell your vehicle, you are eligible to have your personal property tax bill prorated. You may receive either a credit or a refund of taxes paid for the portion of the year your property was not located in Lynchburg.If you move after January 1 of the tax year to a non-prorating locality you must pay the City of Lynchburg for the entire year. If you move to a prorating locality in Virginia you must provide a paid personal property receipt from that locality in order to receive a credit or refund from the City of Lynchburg.If you move to another state you must submit a copy of the other state's registration for your vehicle. If you have disposed of your vehicle you must provide a copy of a bill of sale or a repossession notice.

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1. What types of personal property are taxable?
2. How is personal property assessed?
3. How is the amount of tax determined?
4. What is proration?
5. If I move out of Lynchburg or sell my automobile, will my tax bill be prorated?
6. When is my personal property tax bill due?
7. I have purchased a new vehicle and registered it at DMV, do I need to obtain a City of Lynchburg decal?
8. I have just moved into the City of Lynchburg, must I notify the Commissioner's office?
9. If I sell my automobile, whom must I notify?
10. I am active duty military, am I liable for personal property tax in the City of Lynchburg?
11. I am a full-time college student, am I liable for personal property tax in the City of Lynchburg?