2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 47: Property Law
Article 6: County Subdivisions, 47-6-1 through 47-6-29
Section 47-6-26: Injunctive relief; mandamus.


NM Stat § 47-6-26 (1996 through 1st Sess 50th Legis) What's This?

47-6-26. Injunctive relief; mandamus.

A. The board of county commissioners, the district attorney or the attorney general may apply to the district court for any one or more of the following remedies in connection with violations of the New Mexico Subdivision Act [this article] and county subdivision regulations:

(1) injunctive relief to prohibit a subdivider from selling, leasing or otherwise conveying an interest in subdivided land until he complies with the terms of the New Mexico Subdivision Act and county subdivision regulations;

(2) mandatory injunctive relief to compel compliance by any person with the provisions of the New Mexico Subdivision Act and county subdivision regulations;

(3) rescission and restitution for persons who have purchased, leased or otherwise acquired an interest in subdivided land that was divided, sold, leased or otherwise conveyed in material violation of the New Mexico Subdivision Act or county subdivision regulations; or

(4) a civil penalty of up to five thousand dollars ($5,000) for each parcel created in knowing, intentional or willful material violation of the New Mexico Subdivision Act or county subdivision regulations.

B. The board of county commissioners, the district attorney and the attorney general shall not be required to post bond when seeking a temporary or permanent injunction or mandamus pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Subdivision Act.

C. In any action by the attorney general pursuant to the New Mexico Subdivision Act, venue shall be proper in the district court of any county where all or part of the land is situated or the district court of the county where the defendant resides.

D. Nothing in this section shall be construed as limiting any common-law right of any person in any court relating to subdivisions.

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