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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 47 > Article 7D - Condominium Act - Protection of Condominium Purchasers

New Mexico Statutes > Chapter 47 > Article 7D - Condominium Act - Protection of Condominium Purchasers


Current as of: 2010
§ 47-7D-1Requirement for disclosure statement
§ 47-7D-2Liability for disclosure statement requirements
§ 47-7D-3Disclosure statement; general provisions
§ 47-7D-4Condominiums subject to development rights
§ 47-7D-5Time shares
§ 47-7D-6Condominiums containing conversion buildings
§ 47-7D-7Condominium securities
§ 47-7D-8Purchaser's right to cancel
§ 47-7D-9Resales of units
§ 47-7D-10Escrow of deposits
§ 47-7D-11Release of liens
§ 47-7D-12Conversion buildings
§ 47-7D-17Effect of violations on rights of action; attorney's fees
§ 47-7D-18Labeling of promotional material
§ 47-7D-19Declarant's obligation to complete and restore
§ 47-7D-20Substantial completion of units

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Questions & Answers: Condominiums

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New Mexico Laws: Condominiums

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U.S. Code Provisions: Condominiums

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Troy Calloway: ...
Is there any requirement for a condominium association to provide stair or other egress from a porch on backside of home? The garage is in front by front door, if a fire was to start at front of home the only egress from home would be to have to jump from back deck.
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