2013 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 40 - Domestic Affairs
Article 11A - New Mexico Uniform Parentage Act
Section 40-11A-303 - Denial of paternity. (2009)

NM Stat § 40-11A-303 (2013) What's This?

40-11A-303. Denial of paternity.  (2009) 
A presumed father may sign a denial of his paternity.  The denial is valid only if:
A.   an acknowledgment of paternity signed or otherwise authenticated by another man is filed pursuant to Section 3-305 of the New Mexico Uniform Parentage Act;
B.   the denial is on a form provided by the bureau and is signed or otherwise authenticated under penalty of perjury; and
C.   the presumed father has not previously:
(1)   acknowledged his paternity, unless the previous acknowledgment has been rescinded pursuant to Section 3-307 of the New Mexico Uniform Parentage Act or successfully challenged pursuant to Section 3-308 of the New Mexico Uniform Parentage Act; or
(2)   been adjudicated to be the father of the child.
History: Laws 2009, ch. 215, § 3-303.

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