Cheryl HinkleCity of Artesia, NM575.748.8291
The City of Artesia Code Enforcement Officer identifies and facilitates the abatement of physical conditions and characteristics of substandard and unsanitary residential buildings and dwelling units. The existence of such substandard buildings and dwelling units threatens the physical, social and economic stability of residential areas and neighborhoods and of the community as a whole.
Code Enforcement protects and promotes sound and wholesome residential buildings, dwelling units and neighborhoods by enforcement of such standards, regulations and procedures as will remedy the existence or prevent the development or creation of dangerous, substandard, or unsanitary and deficient residential buildings and dwelling units.
The New Mexico Legal Aid has published a Renter's Guide to help tenants navigate the rental process. Renting a place to live presents many important questions and can have legal consequences. Landlords and tenants often suffer from inaccurate information. A lack of information, or the wrong information, may cause disputes that turn into eviction actions. When tenants do not have information about their rights, it hurts their ability to provide their families with a safe and secure place to live. This guide will:
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