2016 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 37 - Limitation of Actions; Abatement and Revivor
Article 1 - Limitations of Actions
Section 37-1-7 - Accrual of cause of actions for fraud or mistake, injuries or conversion of property.
37-1-7. [Accrual of cause of actions for fraud or mistake, injuries or conversion of property.]
In actions for relief, on the ground of fraud or mistake, and in actions for injuries to, or conversion of property, the cause of action shall not be deemed to have accrued until the fraud, mistake, injury or conversion complained of, shall have been discovered by the party aggrieved.
History: Laws 1880, ch. 5, 6; C.L. 1884, 1865; C.L. 1897, 2918; Code 1915, 3366; C.S. 1929, 83-123; 1941 Comp., 27-106; 1953 Comp., 23-1-7.
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