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Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-3 > Article-7 > Section-3-7-4

3-7-4. Annexation; territory owned by the United States, state of New Mexico or a political subdivision; interposition not to prohibit annexation.

A.     Territory owned by the government of the United States, its instrumentalities, the state of New Mexico or a political subdivision of New Mexico, may be annexed to a municipality upon the consent of the authorized agent of the government of the United States, its instrumentalities, the state of New Mexico or a political subdivision of New Mexico.   

B.     Territory may be annexed to a municipality which would otherwise be eligible for annexation except for the interposition of territory owned by the government of the United States, its instrumentalities, the state of New Mexico or a political subdivision of New Mexico.