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New Mexico Breach of Contract laws

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Under New Mexico commercial laws there is no requirement that contracts should be in written form, however, a written contract has more chances of being proven in court than otherwise.

  • In order to sue a party for breach of contract the court will verify if there has been an offer for the contract for a legal consideration.
  • The consideration should be something of value and legal and should be agreed to be exchanged in return for the performance of the contract.
  • Further, the New Mexico courts lay down a limitation of four years to file a lawsuit for a breach of contract.

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