This Lease Agreement is legally binding in New Mexico according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A New Mexico eviction notice can only be given if the tenant does not pay their rent, the lease or rental agreement was violated, the rental or lease expired and the tenant hasn't left the property, or the landlord wants to end a month to month lease or rental agreement. If a New Mexico eviction notice is given for failure to pay rent, it must include a 3-day notice to pay or leave the premises. If the eviction notice is for a lease violation, you must list the violation and give a 7-day notice to correct it.