A New Mexico 3-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent is a legal document used by landlords to notify tenants that they have three days to pay the overdue rent or vacate the property, which is also known as Form 4-901. This notice is the first step in the eviction process if a tenant fails to comply. It must clearly state the amount of rent due and the deadline for payment.
If the tenant pays the full amount within the three-day period, the tenancy can continue. However, failure to pay or vacate can lead to further legal action by the landlord, including court proceedings for eviction.