2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 34 - Court Structure and Administration
Article 1 - General Provisions
Section 34-1-8 - Jurisdiction of courts to enforce federal law restricted.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 34-1-8 (2017)

34-1-8. [Jurisdiction of courts to enforce federal law restricted.]

No court of the state of New Mexico shall have jurisdiction of, or enter any order or decree of any character of any action instituted or attempted to be instituted in the courts of this state, seeking to enforce, directly or indirectly, any federal statute, or rule or regulation described in Section 1 hereof [Laws 1947, ch. 43, 1], where the congress of the United States has curtailed, withdrawn or denied the district courts of the United States the right to enforce such statutes, rules or regulations aforesaid.

History: 1941 Comp., 16-107, enacted by Laws 1947, ch. 43, 2; 1953 Comp., 16-1-7.

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