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Every New Mexico tenant has the legal right to seek proper and fair housing without any kind of discrimination against them. The New Mexico landlord-tenant law also allows them to request required repairs for the unit (If it needs them).
Dear [Landlord], This letter will constitute written notice of my intention to vacate my apartment on [date], the end of my current lease. I am doing so because [explain the reason if you desire, such as a large increase in rent]. Please recall that I made a security deposit of $ on [date].
Over 30% of households in New Mexico live in rental properties according to Census ACS data. The state is somewhat landlord-friendly as there are no rent control laws and evictions may take less time than in other states. All US states, including New Mexico, have a statewide Landlord-Tenant law in place.
Every New Mexico tenant has the legal right to seek proper and fair housing without any kind of discrimination against them. The New Mexico landlord-tenant law also allows them to request required repairs for the unit (If it needs them).
Every New Mexico tenant has the legal right to seek proper and fair housing without any kind of discrimination against them. The New Mexico landlord-tenant law also allows them to request required repairs for the unit (If it needs them).
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The New Mexico Supreme Court put a pause, or moratorium, on evictions for nonpayment of rent during the COVID-19 pandemic, but in Bernalillo County the moratorium ended on March 31, 2022. After that date, courts in Bernalillo County can now order tenants to move out for lease violations including missing rent payments.
A tenancy agreement can normally only be changed if both you and your landlord agree. If you both agree, the change should be recorded in writing, either by drawing up a new written document setting out the terms of the tenancy or by amending the existing written tenancy agreement.
Month-to-month agreements required 30 days notice of termination from either the landlord or tenant. For week-to-week agreements, the landlord or tenant must give the other party 7 days notice of termination.
Both parties must agree to the proposed amendments. A lease is a legally binding agreement between a tenant and landlord, therefore it cannot be altered without both parties consent. Typically, a landlord is more likely than a tenant to propose an amendment to the lease.
(N.M. Stat. Ann. 47-8-33(A) (2021).) Three-Day Unconditional Quit Notice: When a tenant has committed a substantial violation (such as hurting another person at the rental unit property), the landlord can give the tenant a three-day unconditional quit notice.

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