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New Mexico 24-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

A New Mexico notice to enter must outline the owner’s reason for entry, intended date of entry, and amount of time they will be in the rental unit. The owner must provide at least twenty-four (24) hours’ notice to the tenant before entering their rental unit. Laws – Chapter 47, Article 8, §8-24 and §8-34 Notice…

New Mexico Non-Compete Agreement | Laws

A New Mexico non-compete agreement allows an employer to restrict an employee from working in the same or similar field to protect the business’s legitimate interests. A non-compete is required to specify the duration and geographical area where the employee is prohibited to work. Laws Legally Enforceable? Health Practitioners (prohibited) Termination Without Cause Continued Employment…

New Mexico Notary Acknowledgment Form

A New Mexico notary acknowledgment form enables a public notary to verify a signature, as well as the signer’s identity and intention to sign. When obtaining a notary acknowledgment, the signer is not required to sign their document in the presence of the notary. They will, however, have to bring an ID that bears their…

New Mexico Revocable Living Trust Form

The New Mexico revocable living trust form is established when a Grantor (creator of the trust) wishes to determine how their personal property and other assets will be handled during their lifetime and after their death. When the Grantor dies, ownership of their assets will be transferred immediately to the Beneficiaries, unlike a Will whereas the Grantor’s…

New Mexico Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A New Mexico self-proving affidavit form is a document attached to a last will and testament that attests to the validity of the will. The testator, after creating his/her will, can have it self-proved in order for the instrument to be processed faster in probate court after they die. Normally, the court will call upon…

New Mexico Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in NM

A New Mexico name change form is a legal document that residents must use in order to legally change their name and/or prove that their name has been altered. Once an individual’s name has been officially changed, they must present either a signed court order, a marriage license, or a divorce decree as proof when…

New Mexico Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

A New Mexico do not resuscitate (DNR or DNAR) order form is issued by a physician on behalf of an adult resident (18 years of age or older) after they have properly explained its significance to the patient. This document instructs emergency medical personnel not to attempt resuscitation in the event that the patient’s breathing…

New Mexico Security Deposit Demand Letter

A New Mexico security deposit demand letter informs a landlord that a tenant’s security deposit has yet to be returned. A tenant can deliver the letter to the landlord if they fail to receive their security deposit within thirty (30) days after their tenancy expires or after they vacate the premises, whichever date is later. The…

New Mexico Employment Contract Templates (4)

A New Mexico employment contract agreement is an instrument put into effect by an employer upon the hiring of a new employee. In the contract, an employer is able to outline how the position shall be managed during the individual’s term of employment. The employer should establish the individual’s salary and, if applicable, any commissions, bonuses,…

New Mexico Independent Contractor Agreement

A New Mexico independent contractor agreement is a document that is used to establish the terms of employment between a contractor and their client. An independent contractor can be an individual, business, or corporation, as long as they operate independently and outside the normal course of business for the client. Unlike an employee, the contractor…