Full Statute Name:  West's New Mexico Statutes Annotated. Chapter 77. Animals and Livestock. Article 18. General Animal Regulations. § 77-18-1. Sale, purchase, trade and possession of certain animals regulated

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Primary Citation:  NMSA 1978, § 77-18-1 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  November, 2019 Alternate Citation:  NM ST § 77-18-1 Date Adopted:  1979 Historical: 
Summary: This New Mexico law states that the sale, purchase, trade and possession with intent to keep as a pet of any subhuman primate, skunk, raccoon, fox or other sylvatic carnivore may be regulated by regulation of the health and environment department [department of health] for the protection of public health and safety.

The sale, purchase, trade and possession with intent to keep as a pet of any subhuman primate, skunk, raccoon, fox or other sylvatic carnivore may be regulated by regulation of the health and environment department [department of health] for the protection of public health and safety.

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L. 1979, Ch. 194, § 6.

[Link to Administrative Code of New Mexico. Title 19. Natural Resources and Wildlife. Chapter 35. Captive Wildlife Uses. Part 7. Importation of Live Non-Domestic Animals, Birds and Fish. 19.35.7. IMPORTATION OF LIVE NON-DOMESTIC ANIMALS, BIRDS AND FISH.]

 

 

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