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New Mexico Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

New Mexico power of attorney forms allows a person to give authority to someone else to handle financial, medical, or other affairs on their behalf while they are alive. The person giving the power (“principal”) is recommended to choose a trusted person (“agent”) to act in their presence as they will have as much power…

New Mexico Bill of Sale Forms (3)

New Mexico bill of sale forms are legal forms that detail the specifics of the sale and transfer of personal property between two people. They include essential information about the buyer, seller, and property, and both parties must sign them. They can be used in the sale of any privately owned property. Table of Contents…

New Mexico Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A New Mexico rental agreement is a legal contract negotiated between a landlord and tenant for the renting of residential and commercial property. The terms, such as the rent amount, timeframe of the lease, and each party’s responsibilities, should be discussed prior to writing an agreement. At the time of lease signing, the tenant should…

New Mexico Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

New Mexico eviction notices are sent by a landlord to a tenant that has violated their rental contract. The notice allows the tenant a statutory time period to cure the issue and, if fixed, the lease will be back in compliance as if the offense never occurred. If the tenant withholds from curing the issue,…

New Mexico Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

New Mexico Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a document that is provided by a principal to an appointed agent to provide written permission for the agent to watch over any of the duties needed to care for the real property or participate in any of the principal’s real estate transactions. This document will…

New Mexico Power of Attorney for Minor Child Form

New Mexico Power of Attorney for Minor Child Form enables a parent to grant authority to a caretaker to take care of their child. This can be used in the event that the parent is going to be unavailable such as for military deployment or vacation such that they will not be able to be…

New Mexico Limited Power of Attorney Form

New Mexico Limited Power of Attorney Form provides a way to appoint an agent to represent you for a limited, specific transaction or during a limited time period. This might be useful in situations where you have a pending real estate closing and are going to be away and unable to sign the requisite documents….

New Mexico Revocation Power of Attorney Form

New Mexico Revocation Power of Attorney Form that can be used when you want to cancel or terminate or revoke a power of attorney that you may have entered into in the past. The revocation form is the first step to revocation, however, once you properly fill out the form, it is important that you…

New Mexico General (Financial) Power of Attorney

New Mexico General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is a similar form to the durable form in that it allows a person to convey certain powers to another to act for them with regard to managing their assets and property. The difference is that this form actually terminates in the event that the principal (the person…

New Mexico Tax Power of Attorney (Form ACD-31102)

New Mexico Tax Power of Attorney (Form ACD-31102), otherwise known as the Taxation and Revenue Department Tax Information Authorization, can be used to appoint someone, usually a tax attorney or accountant to represent your interests and receive information from the New Mexico tax authority. This POA will allow your representative to obtain tax information and…