2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 37 - Limitation of Actions; Abatement and Revivor
Article 1 - Limitations of Actions
Section 37-1-2 - Judgments.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 37-1-2 (2017)

37-1-2. Judgments.

Actions founded upon any judgment of any court of the state may be brought within fourteen years from the date of the judgment, and not afterward. Actions founded upon any judgment of any court of record of any other state or territory of the United States, or of the federal courts, may be brought within the applicable period of limitation within that jurisdiction, not to exceed fourteen years from the date of the judgment, and not afterward.

History: Laws 1891, ch. 53, 2; C.L. 1897, 2914; Code 1915, 3347; C.S. 1929, 83-102; 1941 Comp., 27-102; 1953 Comp., 23-1-2; Laws 1965, ch. 282, 3; 1983, ch. 259, 1.

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