New Mexico Public Access Law – Statutes and Court Rules (unannotated)
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and court rules.
These statutes are current through the First Session of the Fifty-First Legislature (2013).
Includes rules effective December 31, 2013.
For recently approved rule amendments since the release of the 2014 New Mexico Rules Annotated,
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Effective May 16, 2012, the New Mexico Compilation Commission is providing history notes of all sections of law on this public access site. This will enable members of the public to see when the earlier versions were enacted, and also enable the public to see if the section was amended by any other laws passed and signed by the governor during the same session of the legislature.
When a "history note" below a section of law indicates that the section was amended by more than one Chapter of Laws during the same session of the legislature, the section that is set out and compiled may or may not reflect the changes and provisions of all the Chapters of Laws amending that section. If not, the changes made in the other Chapters of Laws will be reflected in the history note as having been enacted in the same session of the legislature, and though not reflected in the compilation, may still be current and enforceable law.
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The information obtained on this site is not intended to replace the official version found in New Mexico Statutes Annotated 1978 and is subject to revision. The New Mexico Compilation Commission presents this information without warranties, express or implied, regarding the information's accuracy, timeliness, or completeness. Use of the information is the sole responsibility of the user.