How Much Notice Does a Landlord Have to Give a Tenant to Move out in New Mexico?

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How Much Notice Does a Landlord Have to Give a Tenant to Move out in New Mexico?

A New Mexico landlord must generally give a tenant 30 days of notice when requesting them to move out without a punitive cause. However, if the tenant’s actions have justified an eviction, this notice period can be decreased. For example, a tenant who violates a lease term may be given 7 days to fix the issue or face an enforced move out request. Meanwhile, a tenant who fails to pay rent on time may be served a 3-day notice to pay or move out.

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