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Ejido and Restricted Zone in Mexico

An ejido and the Restricted Zone differ significantly. Although both entail extensive land areas reserved for Mexican citizens and arose post-Mexican Revolution, they have distinct characteristics. Ejidos are widespread across Mexico, whereas the Restricted Zone encompasses properties along Mexico's borders and coastlines.


Non-Mexicans can acquire property rights in the Restricted Zone via a fideicomiso, while buyers of ejido land are bound by specific agrarian terms unless the land is privatized.


It's important to seek Mexican legal advice to determine a property's classification before taking any steps.



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