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A. Suit for satisfaction of the stop notice shall be filed not earlier than thirty days after delivery of the stop notice and within sixty days after delivery of the stop notice, and written notice of such suit shall be mailed to the recipient of the stop notice within five days after the date the suit was filed.
B. While the stop notice suit for satisfaction is being litigated, the claimant shall not file a lien for payment of money claimed by the stop notice.
Any regularly employed and salaried police officer or deputy sheriff, or any reserve police officer or reserve deputy sheriff listed in Section 830.6 of the Penal Code, having reasonable cause to believe that any vehicle or combination of vehicles is not equipped as required by this code or is in any unsafe condition as to endanger any person, may require the driver to stop and submit the vehicle or combination of vehicles to an inspection and those tests as may be appropriate to determine the safety to persons and compliance with the code.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 48. Liens and Mortgages § 48-2A-9. Limitations for filing suit by claimant - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-48-liens-and-mortgages/nm-st-sect-48-2a-9/
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