2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 37 - Limitation of Actions; Abatement and Revivor
Article 1 - Limitations of Actions
- Section 37-1-1 - Generally.
- Section 37-1-2 - Judgments.
- Section 37-1-3 - Notes; written instruments; period of limitation; computation of period.
- Section 37-1-4 - Accounts and unwritten contracts; injuries to property; conversion; fraud; unspecified actions.
- Section 37-1-5 - Actions for wage and hour violations.
- Section 37-1-6 - Accrual of cause of action on open accounts.
- Section 37-1-7 - Accrual of cause of actions for fraud or mistake, injuries or conversion of property.
- Section 37-1-8 - Actions against sureties on fiduciary bonds; injuries to person or reputation.
- Section 37-1-9 - Effect of absence from state or concealment of debtor.
- Section 37-1-10 - Minors; incapacitated persons.
- Section 37-1-11 - Effect of death.
- Section 37-1-12 - When commencement of action stayed or prevented.
- Section 37-1-13 - When action deemed commenced.
- Section 37-1-14 - When second suit deemed continuation of first action.
- Section 37-1-15 - Setoffs or counterclaims not barred; defendant not to receive excess.
- Section 37-1-16 - Revival of causes of action.
- Section 37-1-17 - Other statutes prescribing limitations unaffected.
- Section 37-1-18 - Limitations not to run against trust actions fraudulently concealed.
- Section 37-1-19 - Applicability of limitations.
- Section 37-1-20 - No sale upon mortgages, etc., when action barred.
- Section 37-1-21 - Repealed.
- Section 37-1-22 - Title in fee simple by adverse possession; action after ten years barred; definition; payment of taxes.
- Section 37-1-23 - Contractual liability; statute of limitations.
- Section 37-1-24 - Suits against municipalities or their officers.
- Section 37-1-25 - Suit, etc., on municipal and other local governmental bonds or coupons.
- Section 37-1-26 - Questioning of privilege or franchise granted by municipal corporation.
- Section 37-1-27 - Construction projects; limitation on actions for defective or unsafe conditions.
- Section 37-1-28 - Real estate; limitation on actions for defects of title.
- Section 37-1-29 - Limitation on parent-child relationship determination.
- Section 37-1-30 - Action for damages due to childhood sexual abuse; limitation on actions.
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