Find legal forms, court cases, code, legislation, and other legal information
- Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court Self Help
"The Bernalillo County Metropolitan Self Help Center 505-841-9817 (formerly the Pro Se Division) helps people who wish to represent themselves in small claims cases and landlord/tenant disputes." Includes links to legal forms.
- Law Access New Mexico
Provides legal advice, brief service and referrals to eligible low-income New Mexicans over the telephone.
Albuquerque: 998-4529 Statewide: 1-800-340-9771
(Guardianship HelpLine - Albuquerque: 217-1660 / Statewide: 1-800-980-1165)
- Law Help New Mexico
Provides legal aid information and resources to low and moderate income New Mexico residents.
- Albuquerque Code: Ordinaces, Resolutions & Administrative Instructions
Browsable and searchable collection of the laws of the City of Albuquerque.
- County of Bernalillo Code
Searchable and browsable compilation of the laws in effect for Bernalillo County.
A popular site for free legal information on the Internet.
- Legal Information Reference Center
Contains hundreds of full-text publications and thousands of legal forms, including legal reference books provided through Nolo, the nation's oldest and most-respected provider of legal information for consumers and small businesses.
- New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC)
The New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC) is the official compilation of current rules filed by state agencies. Rules are a special category of law written by state agencies to support, clarify, or implement specific laws enacted by the legislature called statutes. State rules can include building codes, air quality standards, tax codes, public assistance regulations, and public health regulations. They are subordinate to statutes and must work within the framework established by statute.
- New Mexico Courts Case Lookup
- New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division (MVD)
A variety of forms, including Transfer, Sale or Gift of Vehicle Forms.
- New Mexico Statutes And Court Rules Unannotated
Searchable and browsable compilation of the laws in effect for the State of New Mexico.
- New Mexico Supreme Court
There are Supreme Court-approved forms available here, accessed according to jurisdiction and branch of law.
- Supreme Court of the United States
- THOMAS: Legislative information from the Library of Congress
Through the Library of Congress, THOMAS makes federal legislative information freely available to the public.
- United States Code
The U.S. Code is a consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States.
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