New Mexico Statutes Chapter 57. Trade Practices and Regulations

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  • Article 1. Restraints of Trade
  • Article 2. Cigarettes
  • Article 2A. Cigarette Enforcement
  • Article 2B. Fire-Safer Cigarette and Firefighter Protection
  • Article 2C. Nicotine Liquid
  • Article 3. Trademarks
  • Article 3A. Uniform Trade Secrets
  • Article 3B. Trademarks
  • Article 3C. Patents and Copyrights
  • Article 5. Motion Pictures
  • Article 5A. Motion Picture Fair Competition
  • Article 6. Hotels
  • Article 7. Junk Dealers
  • Article 8. Trading Stamps
  • Article 9. Used Merchandise
  • Article 9A. Unused Merchandise Ownership Protection
  • Article 10. Distress Sales
  • Article 11. Financing of Automobile Sales
  • Article 12. Unfair Trade Practices
  • Article 12B. Privacy Protection
  • Article 13. Pyramid or Multilevel Sales
  • Article 14. Price Discrimination
  • Article 15. False Advertising
  • Article 16. Motor Vehicle Dealers Franchising
  • Article 16A. Motor Vehicle Quality Assurance
  • Article 17. Standards of Weights and Measures
  • Article 18. Weighmasters
  • Article 19. Petroleum Products
  • Article 19A. Petroleum Products Fair Trade Practices
  • Article 20. Beverage Containers
  • Article 21. Advertisement of Health Care Services
  • Article 22. Charitable Solicitations
  • Article 23. Franchise Termination
  • Article 24. Food Products Delivery Guarantees
  • Article 25. Carnival Ride Insurance
  • Article 26. Rental-Purchase Agreements
  • Article 27. Assistive Device Lemon Law
  • Article 28. Retainage
  • Article 28A. Construction Contracts
  • Article 29. Pharmacies
  • Article 30. Sale of Recycled Metals

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