New Mexico Small Claims Courts
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In New Mexico, the county magistrate courts (or the Bernalillo County Metro Court) are authorized to hear cases that do not exceed $10,000, per New Mexico Statutes, Ch. 34, Article 8A, Sect. 3.
- New Mexico Magistrate Courts From the New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts.
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