2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 47: Property Law
Article 13: Real Estate Disclosure, 47-13-1 through 47-13-4
Section 47-13-2: Disclosure of information not required in real estate transactions.
47-13-2. Disclosure of information not required in real estate transactions.
A seller, lessor or landlord of real property, including a participant in an exchange of real property and any agent involved in such a transaction, shall not be liable for failure to disclose and shall not have a duty to disclose to any person who acquires, by voluntary or involuntary transfer, a legal or equitable interest in the real property, including any leasehold interest or security interest for an obligation, the fact or suspicion that the real property is or has been:
A. the site of a natural death;
B. the site of a homicide, suicide, assault, sexual assault or any other crime punishable as a felony; or
C. owned or occupied by a person who was exposed to, infected with or suspected to be infected with the human immunodeficiency virus or diagnosed to be suffering from acquired immune deficiency syndrome or any other disease that has been determined by medical evidence as highly unlikely to be transmittable to others through the occupancy of improvements to real property or that is not known to be transmitted through the occupancy of improvements located on that real property.
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