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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 4. Counties § 4-37-11. Validation

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All amendments adopted under color of law to a county charter adopted under the provisions of Article 10, Section 5 of the constitution of New Mexico allowing or purporting to allow the county to exercise all legislative powers and perform all functions not expressly denied by general law or charter as provided in Article 10, Section 6 of the constitution of New Mexico and all acts and proceedings heretofore taken under such charter amendments are hereby validated, ratified, approved and confirmed, as of the date of adoption or attempted adoption of such amendments, notwithstanding any lack of power, authority or otherwise, and notwithstanding any defects and irregularities in such acts and proceedings.

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