2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 37 - Limitation of Actions; Abatement and Revivor
Article 1 - Limitations of Actions
Section 37-1-9 - Effect of absence from state or concealment of debtor.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 37-1-9 (2017)

37-1-9. [Effect of absence from state or concealment of debtor.]

If, at any time after the incurring of an indebtedness or liability or the accrual of a cause of action against him or the entry of judgment against him in this state, a debtor shall have been or shall be absent from or out of the state or concealed within the state, the time during which he may have been or may be out of or absent from the state or may have concealed or may conceal himself within the state shall not be included in computing any of the periods of limitation above provided.

History: Laws 1880, ch. 5, 9; C.L. 1884, 1868; C.L. 1897, 2921; Laws 1903, ch. 62, 1; Code 1915, 3352; C.S. 1929, 83-107; 1941 Comp., 27-108; 1953 Comp., 23-1-9.

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