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Revision as of 23:11, 1 January 2013

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Article XI of the New Mexico Constitution is entitled Corporations Other Than Municipal and consists of 18 sections, the majority having been repealed.

Section 1

Text of Section 1:

Creation and Composition of Public Regulation Commission

The "public regulation commission" is created. The commission shall consist of five members elected from districts provided by law for staggered four-year terms beginning on January 1 of the year following their election; provided that those chosen at the first general election after the adoption of this section shall immediately classify themselves by lot, so that two of them shall hold office for two years and three of them for four years; and further provided that, after serving two terms, members shall be ineligible to hold office as a commission member until one full term has intervened. No commissioner or candidate for the commission shall accept anything of value from a person or entity whose charges for services to the public are regulated by the commission.


(As added November 5, 1996.)

Section 2

Text of Section 2:

Responsibilities of Public Regulation Commission

The public regulation commission shall have responsibility for chartering and regulating business corporations in such manner as the legislature shall provide. The commission shall have responsibility for regulating public utilities, including electric, natural gas and water companies; transportation companies, including common and contract carriers; transmission and pipeline companies, including telephone, telegraph and information transmission companies; insurance companies and others engaged in risk assumption; and other public service companies in such manner as the legislature shall provide. (As added November 5, 1996.)

Section 3-12

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Section 13

Text of Section 13:

General Corporation Laws

The legislature shall provide for the organization of corporations by general law. All laws relating to corporations may be altered, amended or repealed by the legislature, at any time, when necessary for the public good and general welfare, and all corporations, doing business in this state, may, as to such business, be regulated, limited or restrained by laws not in conflict with the constitution of the United States or of this constitution.

Section 14

Text of Section 13:

Corporations Subject to Police Power

The police power of this state is supreme over all corporations as well as individuals.

Section 15-17

Text of Section 15-17:


Section 18

Text of Section 18:

Eminent Domain of Corporate Property

The right of eminent domain shall never be so abridged or construed as to prevent the legislature from taking the property and franchises of incorporated companies and subjecting them to the public use, the same as the property of individuals.

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