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West's® New Mexico Statutes Annotated

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2003-2017
Service #: 40229112
Sub #: 40229113
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Pocket parts

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West's® New Mexico Statutes Annotated

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West's New Mexico Statutes Annotated comprises a comprehensive research tool for anyone desiring instant access to the New Mexico statutes and constitution. Editorial enhancements include historical and statutory notes, Uniform Laws and Official Comments, and cross-references to ALR, Am Jur, C.J.S., West's Legal Forms, and Key Numbers contained within the American Digest System. Features include:

  • Notes of decisions that are conveniently accessible, to make your research easier to accomplish; each case note includes its Topic and Key Number to allow quick access to related caselaw within New Mexico and throughout the National Reporter System
  • Corresponding Topic and Key Number references within every case note that direct you to persuasive authority
  • Our exclusive Popular Name Table to locate statutes by referencing common and familiar names
  • Comprehensive topical indexing by experienced attorney-editors that utilizes a controlled vocabulary and topics to assure accurate and consistent internal cross-references; data is arranged topically and alphabetically
  • Special emphasis on local usage and terms of art under New Mexico law that helps you understand every nuance
  • Law review and journal commentaries, USCA references, and case note references to opinions of the New Mexico attorney general