2020 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 45 - Uniform Probate Code
Article 2 - Intestate Succession and Wills
Section 45-2-1001 - Definitions.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 45-2-1001 (2020)

As used in Sections 45-2-1101 through 45-2-1110 NMSA 1978 [45-2-1001 to 45-2-1010 NMSA 1978]:

A. "international will" means a will executed in conformity with Sections 45-2-1102 through 45-2-1105 NMSA 1978 [45-2-1002 to 45-2-1005 NMSA 1978]; and

B. "authorized person" or "person authorized to act in connection with international wills" means a person who, by Section 45-2-1109 NMSA 1978 [45-2-1009 NMSA 1978] or by the laws of the United States, including members of the diplomatic and consular service of the United States designated by foreign service regulations, is empowered to supervise the execution of international wills.

History: 1978 Comp., § 45-2-1101, enacted by Laws 1992, ch. 66, § 7; recompiled as 1978 Comp., § 45-2-1001 by Laws 1993, ch. 174, § 67.


Official comments.See Commissioners on Uniform State Law official comment to 2-1001 UPC.

Bracketed material. — The bracketed material was inserted by the compiler and is not part of the law. The bracketed translations were inserted in light of the 1993 recompilation of this part.

Recompilations. — Laws 1993, ch. 174, § 66 recompiled former 45-2-1001 NMSA 1978, as enacted by Laws 1992, ch. 66, § 1, relating to the statutory rule against perpetuities, as 45-2-901 NMSA 1978, effective July 1, 1993.

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