Agrarian Law

We have extensive experience in dealing with Agrarian land matters. Any foreigner investing in Agrarian land, be it an ejido, an agrarian community or any other type of agrarian community, must understand that they are not dealing with private property but with agrarian property whose law and customs are very distinct.

Since the 1992 modifications to Mexico’s constitution, agrarian communities (including ejidos) can now elect to take their properties out of the agrarian community and convert them to private property. We have successfully assisted many ejidos with going through the regularization procedures.

We also have extensive experience in advising on ejido matters, coordinating ejido meetings, negotiations with ejidos, conversion of common use lands, negotiated with ejidos, litigating maters concerning ejido rights and in general dealing with ejidos and agrarian laws.
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Paseo de la Marina S/N, Pto. Vallarta, Jal. C.P.48335
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