New Mexico 7 Day Notice to Comply or Quit | Non-Compliance

The New Mexico seven (7) day notice to comply or quit, known as CV-106 and associated with Section 47-8-33, that allows the landlord to send this form to the tenant for a violation of the lease agreement. If the tenant breaks the same term or condition of the lease twice in a six (6) month period this form may be used as an incurable notice forcing the tenant to move off the premises within the seven (7) day time period with no recourse.


How to Write

Step 1 – Enter the name(s) of the tenant(s) in the “To” input field at the top of the form. In the “Address” section, write the full street contact address of the tenant (street, city, county, state, ZIP).

Step 2 – Fill in the full address of the rental property, and then write a detailed description of the violation(s).

Note: If more room is required for the description, attach a separate page.

Step 3 – Select whether this is the first or second notice. If it is the second notice, enter the date that the tenant must vacate the property by.

Step 4 – Enter the date and then sign your name.

Step 5 – The “Service of Notice” section must be filled out after the notice has been served. Select the method of service, enter the date/time the notice was served, and then have the person who served the notice sign/print their name in the “By” field.