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[Rev. 10/11/2013 3:20:53 PM--2013]

NRS Subject Index

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ABANDONED CHILDREN

      Children generally (See MINORS)

      Definition, 128.012

      District attorney’s duties, 125B.150

      Jurisdiction of court, 3.223, 125A.335, 432B.410, 432B.468

      Negligent treatment or maltreatment defined, 432B.140

      Newborn child, delivery by parent to provider of emergency services, 128.097, 432B.390, 432B.630

      Parent and child generally (See PARENT AND CHILD)

      Privileges, rules inapplicable in criminal proceedings, 49.295

      Protection of child (See also CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT)

             Circumstances under which child deemed in need of protection, 432B.330

      Putative father, presumption of intention to abandon, 128.095

      Registry of information concerning responsible parents, 425.400

      Responsibility for child’s welfare, 432B.130

      Sale of child, presumption of abandonment, 128.097

      Termination of parental rights, 128.012, 128.097, 128.105, 128.150

ABANDONED PROPERTY (See also ESCHEATS)

      Arson, penalty, 205.015, 205.025

      Beehives or appliances containing beeswax or bee comb, 552.250

      Boats, 108.670, 488.145, 488.291, 488.293

      Carriers, disposition of unclaimed freight, 108.380-108.430

      Carts, 205.860

      Dead bodies, delivery to Committee on Anatomical Dissection, 451.400-451.470

      Death benefits pursuant to certain contracts, 688D.090, 688D.110

      Dividends, 32.020

      Electric cooperatives, reversion of unclaimed capital credits, 81.507

      Embezzlement, disposition of recovered property, 179.165

      Estates of decedents

             Independent administration, power to abandon personal property, 143.415

             Sale of unclaimed personal property, 151.190

      Estrays or feral livestock, money collected for sale, injury or killing of, 569.010

      Excavations or shafts, 455.020-455.060, 513.094, 513.108

      Firearms, discharging at or into abandoned structure or vehicle, 202.285

      Foreclosure property, asset management companies, duties and prohibitions, 645H.520

      Freezers, 202.560

      Freight, unclaimed, 108.380-108.430

      Intellectual disabilities and related conditions, consumers with, disposition of unclaimed property, 435.625-435.635

      Judicial Retirement System, unclaimed benefit checks, 1A.190

      Juvenile detention facilities, uncashed checks issued to children, 63.340

      Landlord and tenant

             Access, landlord’s right of, 118A.330

             Commercial premises, disposal of abandoned personal property, 118C.230

             Definition of abandoned property, 118A.030

             Disposition of personal property abandoned on premises, 118A.460, 118C.230

             Liability for damages, 118.175

             Notice of belief of abandonment, 118.195, 118.205

             Presumption of abandonment of dwelling unit, 118.195, 118A.450

             Recovery of possession, 118A.480

             Termination of rental agreement, 118.175, 118.185

      Livestock (See also ESTRAYS AND FERAL LIVESTOCK)

             Contracts for care and shelter, remedies when animal abandoned, 575.015

      Lodging on abandoned property without permission, penalty, 207.030

      Manufactured home parks

             Dismantling of abandoned home, duties of landlord or manager, 118B.120

             Maintenance of lot by landlord, duties and reimbursement, 118B.120

      Mental health facilities, disposition of unclaimed property, 433.542, 433.543

      Military artifacts, duties of Department of Veterans Services, 417.090

      Motor vehicles (See MOTOR VEHICLES)

      Museums and History, Division of, acquisition of property, 381.009

      National Guard, improper use of abandoned property, 412.518

      Nevada System of Higher Education, disposition of unclaimed property, 396.432

      Nuisances, abatement, 244.3603, 268.4122-268.4126

      Parole or probation officers, duties, 213.10983, 213.10985

      Property tax, unclaimed excess proceeds from sale of personal property to satisfy delinquencies, 361.535

      Public Employees’ Retirement System, contributions, benefits or refunds, 286.430, 286.6705

      Public utilities

             Deposits owed to subscribers, 120A.500

             Electric cooperatives, reversion of unclaimed capital credits, 81.507

             Refunds, 120A.500, 703.375

      Receivership proceedings, unclaimed dividends, 32.020

      Refrigerators, 202.560

      Residential property

             Deeds of trust (See DEEDS OF TRUST)

             Rehabilitation, 244.189, ch. 279B

      Safe-deposit boxes, notice of overdue rental and procedures following, 663.085, 673.373

      Slot machine wagering vouchers, disposition of certain unredeemed instruments, 463.369

      Squatting, penalty, 207.030

      Theft, disposition of recovered property, 179.165

      Unclaimed Property Act (See also UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT, UNIFORM)

             Generally, ch. 120A

      Vagrancy, penalty, 207.030

      Wage or commission claims, assignment to Labor Commissioner, 607.170

      Warehousemen, disposition of unclaimed freight, 108.380-108.430

      Watercraft, 108.670, 488.145, 488.291, 488.293

ABANDONMENT

      Animals, 574.100, 574.110

      Brands and marks, 564.120

      Children (See ABANDONED CHILDREN)

      Condemnation proceedings, 37.170, 37.180

      Contractor, abandonment of construction project, 624.301

      Desertion (See DESERTION)

      Diseased animals, unlawful, 574.110

      Elections, intention to abandon residence, 293.495, 293.535

      Environmental covenants, extinguishment, limitation or impairment restricted, 445D.180

      Escheats (See ESCHEATS)

      Excavations or shafts, 455.020-455.060, 513.094, 513.108

      Highways and roads

             County roads, 403.170

             Freeways, 408.403

             Frontage roads, 408.403

             Public roads, 405.195

             State highways, 408.523

             Street or easement, 278.378, 278.464, 278.4725, 278.480

      Homestead, 115.040

      Mining

             Fence or safeguard around dangerous condition, immunity from liability, 41.0331

             Lode claims, relocation of abandoned claims, 517.080, 517.185

             Operations, 455.020-455.060, 513.094, 513.108

             Tailings or waste, acquisition, 517.115

      Railroad company’s right-of-way, reversion to grantor, 78.080

      Water rights, 533.060, 534.090

      Wells, 534.060

ABATEMENT

      Actions (See ABATEMENT OF ACTIONS)

      Business tax (See BUSINESS TAX)

      Devises, order of, 151.163

      Local sales and use taxes (See SALES AND USE TAXES)

      Nuisances (See NUISANCES)

      Property taxes (See PROPERTY TAX)

ABATEMENT OF ACTIONS

      Attorneys, effect of pending litigation on processing of complaint against, SCR 108

      Corporations

             Dissolved corporations, 78.615

             Receiver’s death, 78.695, 82.511

      Death of party after verdict, action not to abate by, 12.100, 65.020

      Personal representative, substitution of successor, 143.200

      Summary eviction procedures, prohibition on abatement of action, 40.290

      Support proceedings, effect of plaintiff’s death, absence or mental illness, 126.311

      Unincorporated nonprofit associations, effect of certain changes, 81.790

ABBREVIATIONS

      Accountants (See ACCOUNTANTS)

      Bills of lading (See BILLS OF LADING)

      Chiropractic physicians, 634.227

      Cosmetologists, 644.2175

      Court proceedings, 1.040

      Court reporters, 656.310

      Dietitians, 640E.360

      District Court Rules, DCR 1

      District courts, local rules of practice

             1st Judicial District, FJDCR 1

             2nd Judicial District, WDCR 1, LCR 1

             3rd Judicial District, TJDCR 1

             4th Judicial District, 4JDCR 1

             7th Judicial District, 7th JDCR 1

             8th Judicial District, EDCR 1.01

             9th Judicial District, NJDCR 1

             10th Judicial District, 10JDCR 1

      Environmental health specialists, 625A.910

      Funeral directors, 642.270

      Homeopathic physicians, 630A.220

      Justice Court Rules of Civil Procedure, JCRCP 85

      Land surveyors, 625.520

      Limited partnerships, 87A.175, 87A.550

      Massage therapists, 640C.910

      Music therapists, 640D.220

      Nevada Arbitration Rules, NAR 2

      Nevada Electronic Filing and Conversion Rules, NEFCR 1

      Nevada Mediation Rules, NMR 1

      Nevada Revised Statutes, 220.170

      Nevada Rules for Sealing and Redacting Court Records, SRCR 1

      Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure, NRAP 48

      Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure, NRCP 85

      Nevada Rules on the Administrative Docket, NRAD 14

      Nevada Short Trial Rules, NSTR 35

      Nonprofit cooperative corporations, 81.040

      Perfusionists, 630.388

      Pharmacies, 639.2353

      Physical therapists and physical therapy assistants, 640.170, 640.275, 640.300

      Physician assistants, 630.388

      Physicians, 631.371

      Podiatric physicians, 635.087, 635.162, 635.167

      Professional corporations, 89.040

      Professional engineers, 625.520

      Professional limited-liability companies, 89.040

      Respiratory care practitioners, 630.388

      Rx or RX, restrictions on use, 639.230

      Sale of goods (See SALE OF GOODS, UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE)

      Supreme Court Rules, SCR 1

      Veterinarians, 638.008

ABDUCTED CHILDREN, STATEWIDE ALERT SYSTEM FOR THE SAFE RETURN OF

      Generally, 432.300-432.380

ABDUCTION (See KIDNAPPING)

ABETTORS (See AIDING AND ABETTING)

ABORTION

      Advertising goods and services to effect, unlawful, 202.200-202.230

      Chiropractors, unlawful abortion, 634.018

      Civil immunity of person performing judicially authorized abortions, 442.268

      Commercial use of aborted embryo or fetus prohibited, 451.015

      Consent, requirements, 442.253, 442.255

      Corroborative evidence essential, exception, 175.301

      Definition, 201.120, 442.240

      District court, order authorizing or denying request, 442.255, 442.2555, 442.268

      Drugs to induce, unlawful acts, 200.220, 201.120, 201.130

      Entrance or exit of facility, unlawful acts, 449.760

      Evidence, 175.301, 201.140

      Family courts, original jurisdiction, 3.223

      Homeopathic physicians, unlawful abortion, 630A.370

      Hospitals or private institutions

             Preventing person from entering or exiting facility, penalty, 449.760

             Private institutions may prohibit use of facilities, 449.191

             Reports to State Registrar of Vital Statistics, 442.265

             When use of hospital required, 442.250

      Instruments, using or selling for abortion, when unlawful, 200.220, 201.120, 201.130

      Killing unborn quick child by injury committed upon mother, penalty, 200.210

      Liability for failure to preserve life of infant under certain conditions, 442.270

      Manslaughter, taking drugs or using instruments to terminate pregnancy, 200.220

      Minors, notice to parent or guardian, request for authorization for abortion, 442.255

      Nurses and nursing assistants, employer prohibited from requiring participation, 632.475

      Osteopathic physicians, procuring criminal abortion, 633.131

      Penalties for violation of laws, 442.257

      Physicians, duties, 442.252-442.257

      Power of attorney for health care decisions, prohibited acts, 162A.850

      Procedural requirements, 442.240-442.270

      Public and Behavioral Health, Division of, regulations governing performance and reports, 442.260

      Records, 442.256

      Unlawful abortion, 200.220, 201.120

      When permitted, 442.250

      Witness cannot refuse to testify, 201.140

ABSENCE FROM STATE

      Attorney General, 228.060

      Governor, Art. 5 § 18

      Judicial officer

             Adjournment of court, 1.060

             Vacation of office, Art. 6 § 17, 2.180, 2A.210, 3.140

      Lieutenant Governor, Art. 5 § 17, 223.080

      Limitation of actions, absence from State suspends running of statute, 11.300

      Personal representatives, 143.010

      State Controller, 227.040

      State Treasurer, 226.040

ABSENT BALLOTS (See ELECTIONS)

ABSTRACT COMPANIES (See also TITLE INSURANCE)

      Collection agency laws inapplicable, 649.020

      Stock, investments by title insurers, 682A.220

ABSTRACTERS, COMMISSIONED

      Acts may be performed anywhere in State, 240.290

      Commission, 240.250, 240.270, 240.320

      Creation of office, 240.240

      Fees, 240.270, 240.310

      Misconduct or neglect, penalties, 240.330

      Powers, 240.310

      Seal, 240.280

      Term of office, 240.260

ABUSE

      Alcohol abuse (See also ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE)

             Generally, ch. 458

      Children (See CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT)

      Cruelty to animals (See ANIMALS)

      Domestic violence (See DOMESTIC VIOLENCE)

      Drug abuse (See also ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE)

             Generally, ch. 458

      Medicaid patients in medical facilities, duties of Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, 228.410

      Mental health facilities, consumers (See MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES)

      Older persons, 200.5091-200.50995

      Substantial bodily harm defined, 0.060

      Vulnerable persons, 200.5091-200.50995

ABUSE OF PROCESS (See CONTEMPT)

ACADEMIC DEGREES (See also DIPLOMAS)

      False or misleading degree or honorary degree, penalty, 394.700, 396.990

      Nevada System of Higher Education, 396.500, 396.560, 396.990

      Private postsecondary educational institutions, 394.620-394.670, 394.700

ACADEMIC STANDARDS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, COUNCIL TO ESTABLISH

      Achievement and proficiency exams, duties, reports, 389.520, 389.550, 389.570

      Assistance from state agencies, 389.530

      Courses of study, standards of content and performance, 389.520

      Creation, 389.510

      Members, appointment, qualifications, 218A.700, 232A.020, 389.510

      National examinations, review and evaluation of reports of discrepancies, duties, 389.012

      Plans to improve achievement of pupils, receipt, 385.3593

      Superintendent of Public Instruction, duties, 389.505

      Teacher education courses, duties, 396.5195

ACADEMIC WRITINGS

      Unlawful preparation or sale, 207.320

ACCEPTANCE

      Goods (See SALE OF GOODS, UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE)

      Negotiable instruments (See NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS)

      Public assistance (See PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)

ACCESSORIES (See ACCOMPLICES AND ACCESSORIES)

ACCESSORY ROADS (See HIGHWAYS AND ROADS)

ACCIDENTS

      Aircraft, liability for collision of, 493.070

      Boats

             Assistance to be rendered, 488.550

             Blood alcohol tests of accident fatalities required, 488.520

             Death or substantial bodily harm caused by operating under the influence, penalty, 488.420, 488.425

             Duties of operators, 488.550

             Failure to maintain proper lookout resulting in accident, penalty, 488.540

             Investigation by Department of Wildlife, 488.550

             Navigational aids, penalty for removal or destruction resulting in accident, 488.285

             Reports, 488.550, 488.560

             Towing to storage lot after accident, procedures in certain counties, 706.4487, 706.4489

      Criminal liability, 194.010

      Documents of title, title and rights acquired by due negotiation, 104.7502

      Employment, accidents resulting in death or hospitalization (See OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH)

      Hazardous materials

             Account for the Management of Hazardous Waste, use, 459.535, 459.537

             Reports, 459.718

             Response to accidents, 459.748-459.773

      Hunting accident resulting in injury, death or property damage, 503.185

      Indigent persons, hospital care when injured by motor vehicle, 428.115-428.255

      Industrial insurance, reports of accidents, 616C.010

      Mining

             Death or injury resulting from negligence, 512.190

             Definition of accident, 512.003

             Reports, 512.220, 512.241

      Motor carriers, reports, 484E.070, 706.251

      Motor vehicles

             Arrest without warrant for certain offenses, 484A.710

             Attorneys, unlawful solicitation of legal business, 7.045

             Black boxes, disclosures, restrictions, penalty, 484D.485

             Blood alcohol test of accident fatalities required, 484C.170

             Citation, authority of peace officer to issue, 484A.660, 484E.060

             Confidentiality of certain reports and findings, 484E.070, 485.300

             Death, injury or property damage, penalties

                   Driving under the influence, 484C.410, 484C.430, 484C.440

                   Failure to stop on signal of peace officer, 484B.550

                   Involuntary manslaughter, 200.090

                   Reckless driving, 484B.653

                   Revocation or suspension of driving privileges, 483.460, 483.470

                   Vehicular homicide, 484C.440

                   Vehicular manslaughter, 484B.657

                   Work zones, additional penalties for violations in, 484B.130

             Driving under the influence (See also DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE)

                   Death or substantial bodily harm resulting, penalty, 484C.410, 484C.430, 484C.440

                   Deceased victim, blood sample required, 484C.170

                   Implied consent to test of blood, breath or urine, 484C.150

             Duties of drivers

                   Accidents involving unattended vehicle or other property, 484E.040, 484E.050

                   Duty to give information and render aid, 484E.030

                   Duty to stop at scene of accident, 484E.010, 484E.020

                   Failure to report or false reports, penalties, 484E.080

                   Written report of accident, duty of driver or owner, 484E.070

             Event recording devices, disclosures, restrictions, penalties, 484D.485

             Failure to stop and render aid, penalties, 483.460, 484E.010

             Highway Patrol, duties, 480.360, 480.600

             Indigent persons injured by motor vehicles, hospital care, 428.115-428.255

             Liability of owner for negligent operation of vehicle by family member, 41.440

             Livestock on highway, liability for collision between vehicle and animal, 568.360

             Nonpayment of judgment, penalties and enforcement, 485.301-485.305

             Peace officer involved in accident, investigation, 289.095

             Pedestrians

                   Collisions, penalties, 484B.653

                   Injuries, eligibility for compensation from State, 217.010-217.270

             Personal injury claims, disclosure of records and insurance coverage, 690B.042

             Registration to be checked at scene of accident, impoundment of vehicle with suspended registration, 484E.060

             Removal of vehicle by police officer, 484B.443

             Repairs made to vehicle involved in accident, garage or repair shop to maintain records, 484E.100

             Reports

                   Analysis of reports and publication of statistical information, 484E.130

                   Copies of reports

                          Constables, duties, 258.072

                          Nevada Highway Patrol and Investigation Division, duties, 480.600

                          Police officers, duties, 268.900, 269.247, 280.400, 396.328

                          Sheriffs, duties, 248.242

                   Department of Motor Vehicles

                          Driver or owner to submit report, confidentiality, 484E.070

                          Police officer to submit report, public record, 484E.110

                          State Registrar of Vital Statistics to report deaths, 484E.090

                   False reports, penalty, 484E.080

                   Forms, 484E.070, 484E.120

                   Motor carriers, 484E.070, 706.251

                   Willful failure, refusal or neglect to report, penalty, 484E.080

             Security following accident, 485.190-485.300

             Seizure and impoundment of vehicle with suspended registration, 484E.060

             Service of process on operator of vehicle involved in accident, 14.070

             Tow cars

                   Flashing amber lights, use at scene of traffic hazard, 484B.748, 484D.185

                   Operators, clean-up of glass and debris, 484D.470

                   Stopped tow cars, duties of approaching drivers, 484B.607

             Towing to storage lot after accident, procedures in certain counties, 706.4487, 706.4489

             Unattended vehicle or other property, duty on damaging, 484E.040, 484E.050

             Uninsured driver or vehicle, procedure following accident, 485.190-485.300

      New trial, grounds for, NRCP 59(a), JCRCP 59(a)

      Prevention, educational program sponsored by major hospitals, 439B.280

      Public utilities, reports and investigations, 704.190

      Recreation areas, duties of persons involved, 455B.450, 455B.470

      Ski areas, duties of persons involved, 455A.160, 455A.170

      Skydiving accidents, reports, 498.100

ACCOMMODATION PARTIES (See NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS)

ACCOMMODATIONS, PUBLIC (See also FOOD AND DRINK ESTABLISHMENTS; HOTELS AND MOTELS)

      Generally, ch. 447, ch. 651

      Room tax (See ROOM TAX)

ACCOMPLICES AND ACCESSORIES (See also AIDING AND ABETTING)

      Accessories

             Code of Military Justice, 412.456

             Definition, 195.030

             Habeas corpus, disobeying or avoiding writ, 34.680

             Out-of-state, liable to punishment, 194.020

             Trial and punishment, 195.040

             Venue in county where offense committed, 171.065

      Accomplices

             Definition, 175.291

             Depositions, provisions inapplicable, 174.175

             First degree murder, mitigating circumstances, 200.035

             Identity theft, defenses unavailable, 205.4657

             Scanning devices or reencoders, defenses unavailable for unlawful acts, 205.608

             Sufficiency of evidence, 175.291

             Testimony, corroboration, 175.291

             Victim of crime, accomplice ineligible for compensation, 217.220

      Classification, 195.010

      Principal defined, 195.020, 412.454

ACCORD AND SATISFACTION

      Affirmative defense, NRCP 8(c), JCRCP 8(c)

      Bailee, delivery of goods excused, 104.7403

      Mechanics’ liens, waiver or impairment of lien rights, 108.2457

      Negotiable instruments, use, 104.3311

      Performance or acceptance under reservation of rights, 104.1308

ACCOUNTANTS

      Advertisements, unlawful acts, 628.540, 628.560

      Assistants authorized, restrictions on duties, 628.440

      Attestations

             Documentation, duties, 628.435

             Nonresidents, performance of attest services, requirements, 628.315, 628.325

             Professional standards, compliance, 628.435

             Unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

      Auditor, use of term, 628.490, 628.510, 628.540

      Business licenses

             Prohibited acts by local governments, 244.335, 266.355, 268.095, 269.170

             Renewal of professional license or certificate, requirements, 622.240

      Censure, 628.390, 628.400

      Certified public accountants

             C.P.A., use of abbreviation

                   Corporations, 428.490, 628.335, 628.343, 628.460

                   Designation or abbreviation likely to confuse public prohibited, 628.490

                   Limited-liability companies, 628.335, 628.345, 628.460, 628.490

                   Natural persons, 628.290, 628.450

                   Partnerships, 628.335, 628.340, 628.460, 628.490

                   Prima facie evidence of certain violations, 628.560

             Captive insurers, examination of financial condition, 694C.210, 694C.400

             Certificates

                   Application, false or misleading statements grounds for discipline, 628.390

                   Child support obligations, effect, 628.0345, 628.393

                   Debt owed state agency, effect, 353C.1965, 622.240

                   Denial, 628.0345, 628.190, 628.390

                   Education requirements, 628.190, 628.200, 628.310, 628.385-628.388

                   Examinations, 628.190-628.280, 628.310, 628.390

                   Experience requirements, 628.190, 628.200, 628.250, 628.310

                   Fees, 628.250, 628.280, 628.340-628.345

                   Provisional certificates, issuance, 628.190

                   Qualifications, 628.190, 628.250, 628.310

                   Reciprocity, requirements, 628.310

                   Retired or inactive status, 628.380

                   Suspension or revocation

                          Appeal of decision of hearing officer or panel, 628.415

                          Grounds, 622A.410, 628.390, 628.393

                          Guardians, duties following suspension, 159.1852

                          Issuance of new certificate following revocation, 628.420

                          Summary suspension authorized, procedures, 233B.127

             Exchange facilitators, qualifications of officers, 645G.170

             Fingerprints, 622.360, 628.190

             Grand jury, employment of C.P.A., 172.205

             Hearings, C.P.A. authorized to represent respondent, 628.410

             Insurance consultants’ law inapplicable, 683C.020

             Insurers, reports of violations, 680A.265

             Nonresidents, 628.190, 628.260, 628.310

             Private investigators’ licensing laws, applicability, 648.018

             Public accountant, C.P.A. may be known as, 628.290

             Statement as evidence, NRCP 53(d)(3), JCRCP 53(d)(3)

             Title insurers and agents, examinations of financial condition, 692A.100

      Civil penalties, 628.140, 628.390, 628.415

      Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels, Commission for, membership, 116.600

      Confidential communications, 49.125-49.205

      Corporations

             Accountings or financial statements, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Articles of incorporation, approval, 78.045

             Attestations, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Censure, 628.400

             Certified public accountants

                   C.P.A., use of abbreviation, 628.335, 628.343, 628.460, 628.490

                   Registration requirements, 628.335, 628.343

             Directors, 628.325

             Existence of corporation, false indication or implication prohibited, 628.550

             Foreign corporations, 80.010, 628.325

             Nonresidents, practice privileges in State, effect, 628.315

             Organization, liability and ownership, 628.325

             Partnerships, corporation may be partner, 628.340, 628.360

             Professional conduct, regulations, 628.160

             Professional Entities and Associations Act, applicability, 628.325

             Public accountants

                   Registration requirements, 628.335, 628.363

                   Use of designation or abbreviation, 628.480, 628.490

             Report on financial statements, requirements for signing, 628.425

             Sanctions, 628.400

             Shareholders, notice to Board regarding admission to or withdrawal from corporation, 628.343, 628.363

             Suspension or revocation of registration, 628.390, 628.400, 628.415, 628.420

             Unregistered practice unlawful, 628.540

      Definitions, 628.003-628.033

      Disciplinary action

             Action taken in another jurisdiction, notice to Board, 628.310

             Authorized actions, 628.390, 628.395, 628.400

             Background checks, requirements if proceedings initiated, 622.360

             Censure, 628.390, 628.400

             Child support violations, 628.393

             Complaints, 628.410, 628.418

             Consent or settlement agreements, conditions and limitations, 622.330

             Contested cases, applicability of adjudication procedures, 622A.120

             Fingerprints, willful failure to provide to Board, 622.360

             Grounds, generally, 628.390

             Hearing officers or panels

                   Appeal of decisions to Board, 628.415

                   Authority, 628.140, 628.410

             Hearings, 628.390, 628.400-628.420

             Licenses, summary suspension, 233B.127

             Medical use of marijuana, disciplinary action prohibited, 453A.510

             Open Meeting Law, applicability, 622.320

             Orders of Board, suspension or modification authorized, 628.395, 628.420

             Probation, 628.395, 628.415

             Records, 622.310, 628.390, 628.418

             Summary of action, availability to public, 622.100

      Employees authorized, restrictions on duties, 628.440

      Equalization, State Board of, membership, 361.375

      Estates, valuation of interests in certain entities, 144.025, 144.030, 159.0865

      False accountings, criminal liability, 205.375, 205.405

      Felony convictions, effect, 628.190, 628.390

      Guardians

             Assets of estate, valuation, unlawful acts, 159.0865

             Authorized expenditures, 159.183

             Misconduct, grounds for disqualification, 159.059

      Injunctions, 628.560, 628.570

      Limited-liability companies

             Accountings or financial statements, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Attestations, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Censure, 628.400

             Certified public accountants

                   C.P.A., use of abbreviation, 628.335, 628.345, 628.460, 628.490

                   Registration requirements, 628.335, 628.345

             Existence of LLC, false indication or implication prohibited, 628.550

             General authority to establish company, 86.555

             Members, notice to Board regarding admission to or withdrawal from company, 628.345, 628.365

             Name, requirements, 86.171

             Nonresidents, practice privileges in State, effect, 628.315

             Organization, liability and ownership, 628.325

             Partnerships, LLC may be partner, 628.340, 628.360

             Professional conduct, regulations, 628.160

             Public accountants

                   Registration requirements, 628.335, 628.365

                   Use of designation or abbreviation, 628.480, 628.490

             Report on financial statements, requirements for signing, 628.425

             Sanctions, 628.400

             Suspension or revocation of registration, 628.390, 628.400, 628.415, 628.420

             Unregistered practice unlawful, 628.540

      Limited partnerships, filing of certificates, 87A.175, 88.320

      Malpractice, limitation of actions, 11.2075

      Name

             Affixing name to wording indicating person is accountant or auditor, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Fictitious names, registration, 628.375

             Limited-liability partnerships, requirements, 87.450

             Misleading names prohibited, 628.550

             Prima facie evidence of certain violations, 628.560

      Nevada Society of Certified Public Accountants, nominations to Board, 628.075

      Nevada State Board of Accountancy

             Administrative Procedure Act, ch. 233B

             Appearance before Board, licensee to make certain disclosures, 622.300

             Attorney General to represent, 628.410, 628.580

             Attorney’s fees and costs, recovery, 622.400, 622.410, 628.140

             Audit of Board, 218G.400, 232B.235

             Audits of local government funds and accounts, duties, 354.6245

             Budget

                   Base budgets, fundamental review, 218E.435-218E.450

                   State Budget Act, 353.150-353.246

             Child support obligations of licensees, duties, 628.0345, 628.393

             Committee on Continuing Education, appointment and duties, 628.388

             Committees, authority to establish, 628.170

             Contested cases, applicability of adjudication procedures, 622A.120

             Creation, 628.035

             Criminal history records, inspection, 179.259, 453.3365, 628.190

             Delinquent fees or penalties, procedure for collection, ch. 353C

             Employees

                   Authority of Board generally, 628.090

                   Compensation, 628.110

                   Contracts for services to be in writing and approved, 284.013

                   Executive Director or Executive Secretary, qualifications, 622.220

                   Hearings, employment of legal counsel, 628.410

                   Records official, designation, duties, 239.008

                   Restrictions on employment of certain persons, 622.210-622.230

             Enforcement of laws for public benefit and protection, 622.080

             Examinations, duties, 622.090

             FBI, requests for criminal history records, 179A.075, 239B.010

             Fees, deposit and use, 628.140

             Financial administration, laws inapplicable, 353.005

             Fiscal year, 628.135

             Internet website, duties, immunities, 237.360, 239.008, 239B.050, 239B.060, 628.130

             Legal advice, appointment of special deputy, compensation, 228.091

             Legislative Counsel Bureau, reports to, 622.100

             Legislative review of public agencies, ch. 232B

             List of certified public accountants, duties, 628.290

             Local government employee-management relations panel, receipt of notice, duties, 288.201, 288.202

             Local Government Finance, Committee on, appointment of members, 354.105

             Meetings (See also MEETINGS OF PUBLIC AGENCIES)

                   Audio or video teleconferences, notices, requirements, 622.340

                   Open Meeting Law, applicability, 622.320

                   Out-of-state meetings, restrictions, 622.350

             Members

                   Appointment, number, 628.035, 628.075

                   Compensation, 628.110

                   Qualifications, 232A.020, 622.205, 628.045

                   Reappointment, 628.055

                   Removal, 628.085

                   Training, 622.200

             Nominations for appointment to Board, 628.075

             Oath of office, 282.020

             Officers, 628.090

             Offices, 628.105

             Payments of money for services provided by agency, 353.146-353.148

             Quorum, 628.100

             Records

                   Confidential information, 622.310, 628.418

                   Disciplinary proceedings, 628.390, 628.418

                   Proceedings of Board, 628.130

                   Public records generally, ch. 239

                   Settlement agreements, 622.330

                   Transmittal between state agencies, 237.370

             Regulations, general authority, procedure for adoption of rules, 628.120, 628.160

             Regulatory proceedings, 622.300-622.360

             Seal, 628.130

             Sovereign immunity waived, 41.0305-41.039

             State Controller, provision of licensee information to, duties, 353C.1965

             Subpoenas, 628.410

             Sunset Subcommittee, review of Board, 232B.220-232B.250

             Vacancies, 232A.020, 628.075

      Nonprofit corporations, prohibition against certain businesses, 82.106

      Nonresident accountants

             C.P.A., use of abbreviation, 628.450, 628.460, 628.490

             Examinations taken in another state or jurisdiction, credit, 628.260

             Practice privileges in State, effect, implied consent, 628.315

             Public accountants, use of designation or abbreviation, 628.470-628.490

             Qualifications for certificate of certified public accountant, 628.190, 628.310

      Offices

             Annual registration required, fees, 628.370

             Equal enjoyment of facilities, entitlement, 651.050-651.120

             Suspension or revocation of registration, grounds, appeals, 628.390, 628.415

      Partnerships

             Accountings or financial statements, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Attestations, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Censure, 628.400

             Certified public accountants

                   C.P.A., use of abbreviation, 628.335, 628.340, 628.460, 628.490

                   Registration requirements, 628.335, 628.340

             Corporation as partner authorized, 628.340, 628.360

             Existence of partnership, false indication or implication prohibited, 628.550

             Limited-liability partnerships, requirements, 87.450

             LLC as partner authorized, 628.340, 628.360

             Nonresidents, practice privileges in State, effect, 628.315

             Organization, liability and ownership, 628.325

             Partners, notice to Board regarding admission or withdrawal, 628.340, 628.360

             Professional conduct, regulations, 628.160

             Public accountants

                   Registration requirements, 628.335, 628.360

                   Use of designation or abbreviation, 628.480, 628.490

             Report on financial statements, requirements for signing, 628.425

             Sanctions, 628.400

             Suspension or revocation of registration, 628.390, 628.400, 628.415, 628.420

             Unregistered practice unlawful, 628.540

      Permits for public accounting

             Censure of permit holders, grounds, 628.390

             Child support obligations, effect, 628.0345, 628.393

             Expiration and renewal, 628.0345, 628.380

             Failure to obtain annual permit grounds for disciplinary action, 628.390

             Fees, 628.380

             Practice without live permit unlawful, 628.540

             Reissuance, limitations, 628.420

             Requirements, 628.380

             Suspension, revocation or failure to renew, 159.1852, 628.390, 628.393, 628.415, 628.420

      Practice of public accounting defined, 628.023

      Prepaid services contracts with public employee organizations, 287.500-287.530

      Privileged communications, 49.125-49.205

      Probation, 628.395, 628.415

      Professional conduct, adoption and amendment of rules, 628.160

      Property, exemption from execution, 21.090

      Public accountants

             Certified public accountants may be known as public accountants, 628.290

             Continuing education requirements, 628.385-628.388

             Fees, 628.360-628.365

             Hearings, registered public accountant authorized to represent respondent, 628.410

             License

                   Child support obligations, effect, 628.0345, 628.393

                   Debt owed state agency, effect, 353C.1965, 622.240

                   Issuance, requirements for, 628.350

             Registration

                   Corporations, requirements for registration, 628.363

                   Limited-liability companies, requirements for registration, 628.365

                   Partnerships, requirements for registration, 628.360

                   Retired or inactive status, 628.380

             Suspension or revocation of license or registration

                   Appeal of decision of hearing officer or panel, 628.415

                   Grounds, 622A.410, 628.390, 628.393, 628.400

                   Guardians, duties following suspension, 159.1852

                   Issuance of new certificate, reregistration or modification of order, 628.420

                   Summary suspension authorized, procedures, 233B.127

             Use of designation or abbreviation, 628.470-628.490, 628.560

      Records, property of accountant, exceptions, limitations on transfer, 628.430

      Report on financial statements, signing, 628.425

      Restraining orders, 628.570

      Rules of professional conduct, 628.160

      Schedules and memoranda, property of accountant, limitations on transfer, 628.430

      Sole proprietorships

             Abbreviations and terms, use, 628.460, 628.480, 628.490

             Accountings or financial statements, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Attestations, unlawful acts, 628.510, 628.520

             Nonresidents, practice privileges in State, effect, 628.315

             Registration requirements, 628.335

             Report on financial statements, requirements for signing, 628.425

             Suspension or revocation of registration, 628.390

             Unregistered practice unlawful, 628.540

      State policy, 628.002

      Unlawful acts, penalties, 628.450-628.580

      Working papers, property of accountant, exceptions, limitations on transfer, 628.430

ACCOUNTS AND ACCOUNTING

      Banks, requirements, 658.115

      Book accounts, exemption from taxation, Art. 10 § 1, 361.228

      Budget Division, examination of public accounts, 353.195

      Child support, trustee of security for payment of, 125B.290

      County commissioners, 244.200, 244.205

      Custodian of minor, accounting of custodial property, 167.090

      Debt-management services providers, 676A.630

      Default judgment, necessity of taking account, NRCP 55(b)(2), JCRCP 55(b)(2)

      Definition

             Bank deposits and collections, 104.4104

             Secured transactions, 104.9102

      District attorneys, 252.140

      Estates of decedents (See ESTATES OF DECEDENTS)

      Evidence, NRCP 33(d), NRCP 34, JCRCP 33(d), JCRCP 34

      Falsifying accounts, unlawful, 205.405

      Guardians

             Generally, 159.176-159.184

             Notice of hearing of account, 159.115

             Resignation of guardian of estate, accounting required, 159.1877

             Veterans’ guardians, duties, 160.100, 160.110

      Inspection by court order, NRCP 34, JCRCP 34

      Legislative Auditor, duties, 218G.030-218G.350

      Life tenants, accounting by, 153.050

      Local government finances (See also LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCES)

             Generally, 354.140-354.310

      Master’s statement of accounts, NRCP 53(d)(3), JCRCP 53(d)(3)

      Medical facilities, 449.450-449.530

      Partnerships

             Assignee’s right to an account, 87.270

             Books, inspection, 87.190, 87.270, 87.4335

             Death or retirement of partner, 87.420, 143.040

             Partner’s right to an account, 87.220, 87.430, 87.4336

      Property tax rolls and accounts (See PROPERTY TAX)

      Public officers

             Falsification and misappropriation of accounts, 204.030

             Withholding of settlement and payment of accounts, 281.320

      Special administrators, 140.080

      State Controller, 227.150, 227.190

      State of Nevada (See also STATE FINANCES AND FUNDS)

             Accounting Procedures Law, 353.291-353.3245

             Audits of state boards and commissions, 218G.400

             Base budgets of state agencies, fundamental review, 218E.435-218E.450

             Internal accounting and administrative control, 353A.010-353A.100

      Taxation, Department of, power to examine accounts, 360.230

      Tenants for years, accounting by, 153.050

      Trust companies, common trust funds, 164.090

      Trustees (See TRUSTS)

ACCUSATIONS (See also INDICTMENT; PLEADINGS)

      Grand jury

             Accusations found or filed in district court, 172.035

             Indictment defined as accusation in writing, 172.005

             Prosecution by accusation, 172.025

             Transcripts, 172.225

      Presentment or indictment, when necessary, Art. 1 § 8

      Public officers, against, 172.025, 172.035, 283.300-283.430

      Transcript, preparation and delivery, 172.225

ACCUSED PERSONS (See also DEFENDANTS)

      Arraignments (See ARRAIGNMENTS)

      Bail (See BAIL)

      Communication with attorney or friends, 199.460

      Counsel, right to, Art. 1 § 8, 171.186, 171.188

      Criminal prosecutions generally (See CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS)

      Defense by attorneys in public employment prohibited, exception, 7.105

      Due process of law guaranteed, Art. 1 § 8

      Electronic supervision of unconvicted person detained before trial, 211.300, 212.220

      Magistrate to inform defendant of charge, 171.186

      Passport, surrender to court as condition of release on bail, 178.484

      Preliminary examination (See PRELIMINARY HEARINGS)

      Restrained unnecessarily, prohibition, 178.394

      Rights in criminal prosecutions, Art. 1 § 8, 178.388-178.3971

      Search of person charged with felony, 179.065

      Self-incrimination, protection against, Art. 1 § 8, 178.394

ACIDS (See also POISON)

      Controlled substance manufacturing, prohibited acts, penalty, 453.322, 453.324, 453.5531

      Dangerous caustic or corrosive substances, regulation, 586.460-586.520

      Eyewear, protection required in school classes using toxic substances, 392.455

      Minors, employment unlawful where acids used, 609.190

      Water pollution, 503.430

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

      Adoption, consent to, 127.040, 127.053

      Appearance in proper person, DCR 20

      Certificates of acknowledgment, seal of court affixed, 1.180

      Clerk of Supreme Court, power to take and certify, 2.280

      Clerks of district courts, power to take and certify, 3.300

      Conveyances (See CONVEYANCES)

      County recorders, power to take and certify, 247.060

      Court of Appeals judges, power to take and certify, 2A.220

      Defective, effect, 111.347

      Definition, 240.002

      Deputy clerks of justice courts, power to take and certify, 4.350

      District judges, power to take and certify, 3.150

      Electronic acknowledgments, 719.280, 719.320

      Ethics laws, 281A.290, 281A.500

      False personation, penalty, 205.450

      Forms, 240.166, 240.1665, 240.1667, 240.169

      Guardians, acknowledgment of duties and responsibilities, filing, 159.073

      Justices of the peace, power to take and certify, 4.180

      Mechanics’ liens, agreements to extend time for commencement of action, 108.233

      Municipal judges, power to take and certify, 5.040

      Notarial act

             Taking acknowledgment defined as, 240.004

             Uniform Law on Notarial Acts, 240.161-240.169

      Notaries public, authority to take, 240.004, 240.060, 240.065

      Pleadings, DCR 20

      Pretrial proceedings, acknowledgment by use of audiovisual technology, 171.1975, 172.138

      Prisoner, execution of instrument by, 208.165

      Proof, officer taking false proof guilty of felony, 205.120

      Records of official acts of officers taking, liabilities and penalties, 281.180

      Small claims actions, affidavits, 73.015, JCRCP 89

      Supreme Court justices, power to take and certify, 2.190

      Tanning establishments, requirements for users, 597.762

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (See AIDS)

ACQUITTAL

      Appeal of order granting motion for acquittal, 177.015

      Arrest of judgment operates as, 176.545

      Bar to prosecution or indictment, when, 171.070, 171.075

      Biological specimens and DNA profiles, effect of acquittal, 176.09125

      Civil libel, truth as a defense, when, Art. 1 § 9

      County, acquittal in other county sufficient defense, 193.290

      Court advising verdict of acquittal, effect, 175.381

      Criminal history records, application for removal of certain records, 179A.160

      Criminal libel, truth as defense, Art. 1 § 9

      Discharge of defendant after acquittal, 175.541

      Double jeopardy, 174.085

      Effect of acquittal on merits, 174.085

      Foreign acquittal, introduction in evidence, 193.280

      Insanity, procedures following acquittal for, 175.539, 178.467-178.469

      Judgment of acquittal, 176.105

      Justifiable or excusable homicide, 200.190

      Motion for judgment of acquittal after verdict of guilty or guilty but mentally ill, 175.381

      New trial, subsequent motion for, 175.381

      Proceedings not constituting acquittal, 174.085

      Prosecutor to pay costs for malicious prosecution or give security for costs, 176.115

      Reasonable doubt entitles defendant to acquittal, 175.191

      Sealing records upon acquittal, notice, procedures, inspection of sealed records, 175.543, 179.255, 179.265-179.301

ACTIONS

      Abandoned mines, immunity from liability for fence or safeguard, 41.0331

      Abandoned property, actions involving (See UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT, UNIFORM)

      Abandoned residential property, inspection, liability, 107.130

      Abatement (See ABATEMENT OF ACTIONS)

      Abolishment of certain causes of action, 41.370-41.420

      Adjournment (See ADJOURNMENT)

      Adoption, false information affecting natural parent in postadoptive contact agreements, 41.509

      Advance Directives for Health Care, Registry of, immunities, 449.945, 449.950

      Adverse possession (See ADVERSE POSSESSION)

      Aging and Disabilities Services Division, collection procedures for persons in Division facilities, 435.090

      Alcoholic beverages, liability of server for injury caused by intoxicated person, 41.1305

      Alienation of affections, cause of action abolished, 41.370

      Amber Alert System, immunities, 432.380

      Ammunition confiscated during emergency, civil remedies, 41.0395

      Anatomical gifts, immunities, 451.592

      Appeals (See APPEALS)

      Appearances (See APPEARANCES)

      Arbitration (See ARBITRATION)

      Architects, actions for compensation, 623.357

      Assignment of Rents Act, Uniform, remedies of assignee, 107A.300, 107A.330

      Assistive devices for persons with disabilities, warranty actions, 597.266, 597.2665

      Athletes’ Agents Act, Uniform, institution’s right of action for violations, 398.490

      Attachment (See ATTACHMENT)

      Benefit corporations, claims against, 78B.190

      Bills of lading, contents, 104.7309

      Bonds, surety (See BONDS, RECOGNIZANCES AND UNDERTAKINGS)

      Breach of promise to marry, cause of action abolished, 41.370-41.420

      Burn injuries, immunities for reports, 629.045

      Business trusts

             Derivative actions, 88A.410

             Recovery of fines, 76.180, 88A.215, 88A.750

      Cancer Drug Donation Program, immunities, 453B.240

      Central Repository, action to compel removal of certain records, 179A.163

      Certiorari (See CERTIORARI)

      Change of judge or justice, 1.225-1.235, DCR 18

      Channel clearance program, sovereign immunity, 532.220

      Charter schools, actions against, 386.550, 386.573, 386.580

      Check-cashing services (See CHECK-CASHING SERVICES)

      Child abuse or neglect (See CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT)

      Child pornography, action by victim, 41.1396

      Child support, establishment and enforcement of obligations (See CHILD SUPPORT)

      Children left unsupervised in vehicle, immunities for removal of child, 202.575

      Children, liability of parent (See PARENT AND CHILD)

      Children’s Health Insurance Program, subrogation of rights, 422.293-422.293005

      Cities (See CITIES)

      Claim and delivery (See CLAIM AND DELIVERY)

      Class actions

             Appeals, sufficiency of notice, NRAP 3(c)(2)

             Arbitration programs inapplicable, NAR 3

             Attorney General’s powers and duties in certain actions, 228.200

             Dismissal or compromise, NRCP 23(e), JCRCP 23(e)

             Motion to certify or decertify class, filing fee, 19.0302

             Prerequisites, NRCP 23, JCRCP 23

             Seventh Judicial District Court, complex litigation, 7th JDCR 21

             Shareholders, 41.520, NRCP 23.1

             Unincorporated associations, NRCP 23.2, JCRCP 23.2

      Collaborative Law Act, Uniform, 38.400-38.575

      Collection agencies, recovery of civil penalties, 649.390

      Colorado River, Interstate Compact for Jurisdiction on the, concurrent jurisdiction of courts, 171.079

      Commencement

             Complaint filed with court, NRCP 3, JCRCP 3

             Fees, 4.060, 19.013, 19.020-19.0335

             In name of another, unlawful, 199.380

             Small claims court, JCRCP 88

             Time limitations, 11.010

      Commercial coaches, actions by purchasers, 489.4971-489.4989

      Common-interest communities (See COMMON-INTEREST COMMUNITIES)

      Community notification website, liability for prohibited use of information, 179B.280

      Comparative negligence (See also NEGLIGENCE)

             Generally, 41.141

      Computers and information services, victims authorized to bring action, 205.511

      Conservation districts, 548.440-548.455

      Consolidation for trial or hearing, NRCP 42(a), JCRCP 42(a)

      Construction defects, actions resulting from, 40.600-40.695

      Consumer fraud, 41.600

      Continuances (See CONTINUANCES)

      Contractors (See CONTRACTORS)

      Contracts (See CONTRACTS)

      Contribution among tortfeasors, 17.225-17.305

      Controlled substances

             Furnishing or allowing unlawful use, liability, 41.700, 453.256

             Prescription tracking program, immunities for reports, 453.1545

      Controversy without action, 29.010

      Corporations (See CORPORATIONS)

      Cosmetology, State Board of, immunity for referral of complaints, 644.449

      Costs (See COURT COSTS AND FEES)

      Counties (See COUNTIES)

      County clerks, recovery of civil penalties, 293.505

      County hospitals, collection of claims, 450.260

      Court records, sealing and redacting, SRCR 1-SRCR 8

      Credit card numbers on sales receipts, recovery of civil penalties, 597.945

      Crimes, civil liability

             Conviction conclusive evidence to impose liability for related injury, 41.133

             Property loss or damage, 205.980

            Stolen property, purchase, receipt, possession or withholding, 41.580

      Criminal actions (See CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS)

      Criminal conversation, cause of action abolished, 41.370

      Criminal gangs, civil remedies, 244.35705, 268.4128

      Custodial trusts, third persons, 166A.270, 166A.280

      Dairy products distributors, notice of actions to State Dairy Commission, 584.595

      Damages (See DAMAGES)

      Deadly force used against intruder, liability for use of, 41.095

      Death by wrongful act (See WRONGFUL DEATH)

      Debt-management services providers, remedies, 676A.710, 676A.740, 676A.760

      Debts (See DEBTS AND DEBTORS)

      Decedents’ estates (See ESTATES OF DECEDENTS)

      Declaratory judgments (See DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS)

      Deeds of trust

             Mediators, liability, 107.086

             Noncompliance with certain requirements, remedies, 107.028, 107.080

             Owner-occupied housing, violations, remedies, 107.560

             Voiding sale of property, procedure, 107.080

      Defenses (See DEFENSES)

      Deferred deposit loans (See DEFERRED DEPOSIT LOANS, HIGH-INTEREST LOANS AND TITLE LOANS)

      Dismissal (See DISMISSAL OF ACTIONS)

      Districts, actions involving (See DISTRICTS)

      Document preparation services, actions against, 240A.280, 240A.300

      Domestic violence, multidisciplinary teams to review death, 217.475, 228.495

      Domicile, procedure for evidencing, 41.191-41.197

      DUI, immunity for persons administering blood tests, 484C.250

      Durable power of attorney for health care decisions, immunity from liability, 162A.815

      E-mail containing advertisements, liability of persons transmitting, 41.705-41.735

      Elisors, appointment of, 41.040-41.070

      Emergency Volunteer Health Practitioners Act, immunities, 415A.250, 415A.270

      Employers and employees (See EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES)

      Engineers, immunities for reports concerning, 625.405

      English language, proceedings to be conducted in, 1.040

      Environmental covenants, termination, amendment or enforcement, 445D.180, 445D.200

      Environmental impairment of real collateral, 40.508

      Equal enjoyment of facilities or services, action for damages, 651.090

      Equity and law may be administered in same action, Art. 6 § 14

      Escrow (See ESCROW; ESCROW AGENTS AND AGENCIES)

      Estates (See ESTATES OF DECEDENTS)

      Estrays and feral livestock, sovereign immunity for damages caused by, 569.010

      Eviction (See EVICTION)

      Evidence (See EVIDENCE; WITNESSES AND TESTIMONY)

      Executors and administrators, by or against (See ESTATES OF DECEDENTS)

      Exploitation of aged or vulnerable persons, immunities for reports by financial institutions, 657.290, 673.807, 677.707, 678.779

      Extradition, immunity from service of process in certain civil actions, 179.227

      Factory-built housing, actions by purchasers, 489.4971-489.4989

      False actions, instigating unlawful, 199.320

      False claims submitted to governmental entities, ch. 357

      Farm equipment, liability of suppliers, 597.1163, 597.1173

      Fees (See COURT COSTS AND FEES)

      Firearms

             Confiscation during emergency, civil remedies, 41.0395

             Mental illness, persons with, action to regain right to possess firearms, 179A.163

      Foreclosures

             Mediation, immunity from liability, 40.437

             Owner-occupied housing, violations, remedies, 107.560

             Persons performing covered services, actions against, 645F.420

      Foreign judgments, enforcement of right to bring action, 17.390

      Foreign-money claims, 17.410-17.660

      Foster care, immunity from liability for certain acts of child, 424.085

      Garage operators, suing on contract for cost of repairs restricted, 487.567, 487.6887

      Garlic growers, recovery of assessments, 556.100

      Garnishment (See GARNISHMENT)

      Genetic information, unlawful disclosures, 629.201

      Genetic marker analysis and biological specimens of certain offenders, immunity from liability, 176.09177

      Guardians, representation of ward in legal proceedings, 159.095

      Habeas corpus (See HABEAS CORPUS)

      Hazardous materials

             Contamination of property, recovery of clean-up costs from responsible party, 459.650

             Highly hazardous substances, actions by Attorney General, 459.3833, 459.3866, 459.3874

             Transportation violations, recovery of fines, 459.774

             Waste, actions by Attorney General, 459.537, 459.565, 459.760

      Health information exchange system, statewide, immunities, 439.593, 439.594

      Heirs property, partition, 39.600-39.705

      High-interest loans (See DEFERRED DEPOSIT LOANS, HIGH-INTEREST LOANS AND TITLE LOANS)

      High voltage lines, action for enforcement of civil penalty, 455.250

      Highway damage by water from canal or flume, 405.140, 405.150

      HIV/AIDS Drug Donation Program, immunities, 453B.130

      Home loans, unfair lending practices, 598D.110, 598D.120

      Human trafficking, actions by victims, 41.1399

      Hypodermics, sterile device program, immunities from liability, 439.992

      Identity theft, 41.1345

      In personam, process, NRCP 4(d), JCRCP 4(d)

      In rem, service of summons, NRCP 4(e)(1)(ii), JCRCP 4(e)(1)(ii)

      Indigent persons (See also INDIGENT PERSONS)

             Representation by attorneys in public employment, 7.065

             Waiver of costs and fees, 12.015, 65.040

      Industrial insurance actions (See INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE)

      Infections acquired in medical facilities, immunities related to provision of information, 439.857

      Information concerning cases, filing, 3.275

      Injunctions (See INJUNCTIONS)

      Insurance companies (See INSURANCE COMPANIES)

      Insurance Product Regulation Commission, Interstate, powers, immunities,

                                687C.010 (Art. III)-687C.010 (Art. VI)

      Intellectual disabilities and related conditions, consumers with, recovery of costs, 435.090, 435.110, 435.655, 435.665

      Interior designers, actions for compensation, 623.357

      Intermediary service organizations, liability, 449.4331

      Interpleader (See INTERPLEADER)

      Interscholastic Activities Association, Nevada, liability, 386.470

      Intervention (See INTERVENTION)

      Intoxicating liquors, liability of server for injuries inflicted by intoxicated person, 41.1305

      Investment securities, 104.8114

      Joinder (See JOINDER)

      Judge or justice, change, 1.225-1.235, DCR 18

      Judgments (See JUDGMENTS, DECREES AND ORDERS)

      Judicial confirmation, ch. 43

      Judicial retirement, claims for unpaid benefits, 1A.190

      Jurisdiction (See JURISDICTION OF COURTS)

      Juveniles, Interstate Commission for, authority to initiate action, 62I.015 (Art. XI § C)

      Land surveyors, immunities for reports concerning, 625.405

      Land use planning, actions by cities or counties, 278.243, 278.246

      Landscape architects, actions for compensation, 623A.357

      Law and equity may be administered in same action, Art. 6 § 14

      Legislature (See LEGISLATURE)

      Letters of credit, wrongful dishonor or anticipatory repudiation, 104.5115

      Limitation of actions (See also LIMITATION OF ACTIONS)

             Generally, ch. 11

      Limited-liability companies (See LIMITED-LIABILITY COMPANIES)

      Limited-liability limited partnerships, recovery of fines, 76.180, 87A.632, 87A.652, 88.6062, 88.6087

      Limited-liability partnerships, recovery of fines, 76.180, 87.445, 87.5405

      Limited partnerships, by and against, 87A.237, 87A.370, 87A.430, 87A.660-87A.680, 88.610-88.625

      Lis pendens (See LIS PENDENS)

      Local Government Finance, Committee on, limitations on liability, 41.075

      Local government purchasing, immunity of governing body from liability to certain bidders, 332.068

      Local improvements, correction or set aside of certain determinations, 271.6435

      Long-Term Care Administrators, Board of Examiners for, immunities for referral of complaints, 654.185

      Low-income owners of manufactured homes, fraudulently received assistance, 118B.219

      Managed care, immunities of independent review organizations, 695G.290

      Mandamus (See MANDAMUS)

      Manufactured buildings, actions by purchasers, 489.4971-489.4989

      Manufactured home parks, purchase or placement of homes, 118B.225

      Manufactured or mobile homes, actions by purchasers, 489.4971-489.4989

      Maternity, establishment, 126.231

      Mechanics’ liens, actions on (See MECHANICS’ AND MATERIALMEN’S LIENS)

      Mediation (See MEDIATION)

      Medicaid

             Providers of goods or services, civil liability, 422.580, 422.590

             Recovery of benefits paid, 422.29301-422.29306

             Subrogation of rights of recipients, 422.293-422.293005

      Medical facilities and related entities generally, liability, 449.125

      Medical malpractice actions (See MALPRACTICE)

      Medical use of marijuana, sovereign immunity for deleterious effects, 453A.810

      Mental illness, criminal defendants with

             Central Repository, action to compel removal of certain records, 179A.163

             Court records, immunities regarding transmitting or reporting, 179A.165

             Firearms, action to regain right to possess, 179A.163

      Mental illness, persons with

             Hospitalization, action to recover costs, 433A.165, 433A.600, 433A.610, 433A.660

             Sanity, judicial declaration, 41.300-41.330

      Milk distributors, notice of certain actions to State Dairy Commission, 584.595

      Mining reclamation, immunities related to pit lakes, 519A.230

      Minors

             Compromising claims of, procedures, 41.200, EDCR 2.13

             Liability of parents and guardians for minor’s acts (See also GUARDIANS AND WARDS; PARENT AND CHILD)

                   Generally, 41.470, 41.472

      Mortgage agents (See MORTGAGE AGENTS)

      Mortgage bankers

             Borrowers, fraud in obtaining loan, 11.190, 40.750

             Unlicensed operation, 645E.930

      Mortgage brokers (See MORTGAGE BROKERS)

      Mortgage lending fraud, civil remedies, 205.372

      Motor carriers, recovery of penalties for violations, 706.761, 706.771

      Motor vehicle licensees, actions against, 482.345

      Motor vehicles

             Owners, liability for negligent operation by family members, 41.440-41.460

             Towed from private property, lawfulness of towing, 487.039

      Movie theater personnel, immunity for detaining movie piracy suspects, 205.216

      Murder or felonious killing of decedent, forfeiture of benefits by culpable actor, ch. 41B

      Name, change of, 41.270-41.290

      National Guard

             Military courts, immunities of personnel, 412.578

             Sovereign immunity, excepted from waiver of sovereign immunity, 41.0333

      Nonprobate transfers of property on death, actions by creditors, 111.779

      Nonprofit corporations, recovery of fines, 76.180, 82.407, 82.5234

      Nuisance abatement

             City attorneys, action by, 268.4124, 268.4126

             Courts and magistrates, authority, 202.480

             District attorneys, action by, 244.360, 244.3603

             Persons harmed by nuisance, action by, 40.140

      Off-highway vehicles, violations involving, 490.270, 490.510

      Older persons, crimes against, civil penalties, 228.280

      One form only, Art. 6 § 14, NRCP 2

      Onion growers, recovery of assessments, 556.100

      Open Meeting Law violations, recovery of civil penalties, 241.040

      Parties (See DEFENDANTS; PARTIES TO ACTIONS; PLAINTIFFS)

      Partnerships, actions by and against, 87.4331, 87.4337, 87.4353

      Paternity, establishment, 126.071-126.223

      Pending (See PENDENCY OF ACTIONS)

      Perjury or subornation of perjury, liability, 41.365

      Personal care services in the home, agencies to provide, immunity from liability for emergency care or assistance, 449.194

      Personal injuries (See PERSONAL INJURIES)

      Personal property (See PERSONAL PROPERTY)

      Pets, civil liability for causing injury or death of certain pets, 41.740

      Pharmacies, immunities

             Methamphetamine precursors, use of real-time stop sale system, 639.440, 639.450

             Nonprofit pharmacies, transfer of certain drugs to, 639.2676

      Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment, immunities, 449.6948

      Physician Visa Waiver Program, immunities for reports of violations, 439A.185

      Place where action may be tried (See also VENUE)

             District court, stipulation of parties, 1.050

      Pleadings (See PLEADINGS)

      Power of attorney, authority as agent, 162A.560

      Pretrial procedure, NRCP 16, NRCP 16.1, JCRCP 16, JCRCP 16.1

      Prisoners

             Frivolous actions, penalties, 209.246, 209.451

             Monetary judgments won against State, county or city, deductions, 176.278

             Recovery for personal injuries or loss of personal property, 41.0322

             Reimbursement for support and maintenance, recovery of amount, 211.245

      Products liability (See PRODUCTS LIABILITY)

      Prohibition (See PROHIBITION, WRITS OF)

      Property taxes (See PROPERTY TAX)

      Public administrators, duties, 253.080

      Public buildings, enforcement of accessibility requirements, 338.180

      Public Employees’ Benefits Program, recovery of delinquent payments, 287.04385

      Public roads, action to prevent denial of use, 405.195

      Public weighmasters, recovery of civil penalties, 582.310

      Public works (See PUBLIC WORKS)

      Purchasing Division, State, recovery for graffiti violations, 331.145

      Quieting title (See QUIET TITLE ACTIONS)

      Quo warranto, ch. 35

      Racketeering, damages resulting from, 207.470, 207.480

      Real estate licensees, action for compensation, 645.270

      Real party in interest, prosecution in name of, NRCP 17(a), JCRCP 17(a)

      Real property (See REAL PROPERTY)

      Recommencement following dismissal for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, time, 11.500

      Recording, use of sound equipment, 3.380, 4.390

      Recovery of money, action for, effect of tender of money, 18.080

      Recreation areas, immunities for injuries or damage occurring outside area, 455B.450

      Recyclable materials, unauthorized collection, 444.585

      Register of actions, clerk of district court to maintain, 3.280

      Removal of action (See VENUE)

      Residential designers, actions for compensation, 623.357

      Residential facilities for groups, unlawful referrals to, recovery of civil penalties, 449.209

      Revival of actions, NRCP 25(a), JCRCP 25(a)

      Salvage titles, fraudulent acts, 487.850

      Savings and loan associations, liability of and actions against officers or employees, 353C.240, 673.2211, 673.222

      School districts, actions involving (See SCHOOL DISTRICTS)

      School pupils, personnel or volunteers, immunity from liability for reporting bullying or cyber-bullying, 388.137

      Scrap metal businesses, immunities for certain acts, 647.0946

      Sexual assault victims, unlawful disclosure of information, 41.1398

      Sidewalks, immunities of abutting property owners, 41.1315

      Silver Alert System, immunities, 427A.870

      SLAPP suits, immunity for certain reports to governmental entity, 41.635-41.670

      Small claims (See SMALL CLAIMS COURTS)

      Smoking violations, recovery of civil penalty, 202.24925

      Social security numbers, unlawful public posting or display, 205.4605

      Sovereign immunity (See SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY)

      Sports officials, limitation of liability, 41.630

      State Bar, unlawful practice of law, 7.285

      State of Nevada, actions against

             Abandoned mine, immunity for construction of fence or safeguard, 41.0331

             Abandoned property in custody of Administrator, 120A.640, 120A.650, 120A.670

             Agencies may be sued without naming members of governing bodies, 12.105

             Attorney General, duties (See ATTORNEY GENERAL)

             Bond unnecessary, 18.140, 20.040, NRCP 65(c)

             Commencement of action, 41.010

             Consent to be sued, 41.0305-41.039, 282.290, 321.332

             Criminal act, action by person injured or killed while engaged in, 41.0334

             Default judgments, NRCP 55(e), JCRCP 55(e)

             Defendant, naming State as, 41.031, 41.0337

             Escheated property, recovery, 154.120

             Fees, exemption, 19.035

             Firearms confiscated during emergency, civil remedies, 41.0395

             Judgments against State, State Controller to draw warrants, 41.030

             Liability for acts of employees, 41.130, 41.745

             Minor driver in legal custody of State, liability of State, 41.0325

             Place of filing, 41.031

             Prescription drug prices, immunities related to Internet publications, 439.925

             Provision made by law, Art. 4 § 22

             Refunds of overpayments, claims for, 41.010

             Service of process, 12.105, 41.010, 41.031

             Services or advances, claims for, 41.010

             Settlement agreements, contents, confidentiality prohibited, 41.0375

             State Controller, duties, 41.020, 41.030

             Tort claims, venue, 13.020

             Tortious conduct, summary of claims, 41.0385

             Waiver of immunity of State and its agencies, 41.031

      State of Nevada, actions by

             Abandoned property, actions involving, 120A.690, 120A.710, 120A.720, 120A.740

             Attorney General, duties (See ATTORNEY GENERAL)

             Bond unnecessary, 18.140, 20.040, NRCP 65(c)

             Court fees, exemption, 19.035

             Debts owed agencies, collection, 353C.140

             False claims for government money, property or services, ch. 357

             False report of crime or emergency, recovery of response costs, 41.508

             Judicial Confirmation Law, ch. 43

             Limitation of actions, 11.040, 11.255

             Process, style of, Art. 6 § 13

             Public assistance, actions against responsible relatives, 422A.470, 422A.475

             Real property, State must sue within 7 years, when, 11.040

             Regulatory bodies, recovery of fees and costs, 622.410

             State Controller, duties (See STATE CONTROLLER)

      Substantial bodily harm defined, 0.060

      Summary proceedings

             Adoption of rules, 29A.020

             Affidavits, contents and filing, 29A.050

             Appeal prohibited, 29A.090

             Applicability of rules of practice and procedure, 29A.030

             Delinquent insurers, 696B.500-696B.560

             Discovery prohibited, 29A.060

             Divorce, 125.181-125.184

             Eligible actions, 29A.040

             Estates of decedents, ch. 145, FJDCR 3, NJDCR 20

             Eviction, JCRCP 101-JCRCP 110

             Guardianship proceedings, 159.076

             Procedure at trial, 29A.080

             Trial memoranda, 29A.070

      Surety bonds (See BONDS, RECOGNIZANCES AND UNDERTAKINGS)

      Surplus lines insurance, 685A.077, 685A.190, 685A.200

      Surveyors, immunities for reports concerning, 625.405

      Survival (See SURVIVAL OF ACTIONS)

      Tahoe Regional Planning Compact, priority for hearings concerning, 277.207

      Tanning establishments, remedies for violations, 597.7618, 597.7621

      Technological crimes, seizure and forfeiture of property, 179.1229, 179.1231, 179.1235

      Telecommunications provision of call location information to law enforcement by wireless provider, immunities, 707.630

      Telemarketers, actions against, 228.610, 598.0999

      Third-party practice (See THIRD-PARTY PRACTICE)

      Time shares, action by purchaser or Real Estate Administrator, 119A.475

      Time to appear and defend, NRCP 4(b), JCRCP 4(b)

      Title insurers and agents, actions on bond, 692A.1044

      Title loans (See DEFERRED DEPOSIT LOANS, HIGH-INTEREST LOANS AND TITLE LOANS)

      Tour brokers or operators, actions against, 598.506

      Towing of vehicles from private property, lawfulness, 487.039

      Towns (See TOWNS)

      Transfer of interest, NRCP 25(c), JCRCP 25(c)

      Trial calendar, NRCP 40, JCRCP 39A(a), JCRCP 40

      Trial procedures (See TRIALS IN CIVIL ACTIONS)

      Uniform Commercial Code

             Action defined, 104.1201

             Enforcement of remedies, 104.1305

      Vacancy in office of judge, effect on action, 1.260

      Veterinary drugs, immunities related to donation of unused drugs, 638.200

      Victims of crime

             Felonies, action for proceeds from material based on crime, 217.007

             Juvenile offenders paying restitution, action by victim for damages, 62E.610

             Personal injury actions (See VICTIMS OF CRIME)

             Sexual assault, action for unlawful disclosure of information, 41.1398

      Vital statistics (See also VITAL STATISTICS)

             Proceedings to determine and establish facts relative to, 41.209-41.260

      Voter registration agencies, recovery of civil penalties, 293.5045

      Wage or commission claims, 607.170-607.190

      Warehouse receipts, contents, 104.7204

      Water pollution, remedies, 445A.675-445A.695

      Weights and measures, recovery of civil penalties, 581.417

      Whistleblowers, immunities (See WHISTLEBLOWERS)

      Wrongful death (See WRONGFUL DEATH)

      Youth shelters, immunity from civil liability, 244.429

ACTORS

      Industrial insurance, exclusion from coverage, 616A.110, 616B.656

      Minors

             Contracts for creative services, petition for judicial approval, 609.400-609.570

             Employment of child less than 14 years of age, permission of judge required, 609.245

             Maximum hours of employment of child less than 16 years of age, 609.240

             Tutoring of minors in entertainment industry, 392.019

      Producer-promoter-employer permits, 608.300-608.330

      Publicity, right of, 597.770-597.810

ACTS

      Foreign law, crimes also punishable under, 193.270, 208.010

      Legislative acts (See LEGISLATURE)

      Omission to perform, when not punishable, 193.320

      Secular acts, performance, 10.165

      Uniform acts (See UNIFORM ACTS)

ACUPUNCTURE (See ORIENTAL MEDICINE)

ACUTE CARE, FACILITIES FOR (See generally COUNTY HOSPITALS; HOSPITALS)

AD LITEM GUARDIANS (See GUARDIANS AND WARDS)

AD VALOREM TAXES (See GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES TAX; PROPERTY TAX)

ADDICTS (See ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE)

ADDRESS

      Apartment complex required to place address on exterior, 278.0231

      Assignment of Rents Act, Uniform, determination of address for giving notice, 107A.220

      Attorneys

             Change, notice to Board of Continuing Legal Education, SCR 215

             State Bar, requirement, register, SCR 79, SCR 98

             Stated in papers, NRCP 11(a), JCRCP 11(a)

             Stated in summons, NRCP 4(b), JCRCP 4(b)

      Boat certificate holders, notice of change of address, 488.155

      Body shops, notice of change of address, 487.680

      Business trusts and trustees, 88A.500, 88A.620, 88A.734

      Check-cashing services, change of address by licensee, notice and approval, 604A.660

      Chiropractors and assistants, notice of change of address, 634.129

      Cigarette wholesalers and manufacturers, provision to Department of Taxation, 370.073, 370.665

      Commercial buildings to include address on exterior, 278.0231

      Corporations, registered agents and registered offices, 78.090

      Cosmetology license or certificate for public display, prohibited contents, 644.135

      Court reporters, notice of change of address, 656.260

      Credit unions, list of officers and directors, 678.430

      Defendant, process mailed to, NRCP 4(e)(1)(iii), JCRCP 4(e)(1)(iii)

      Deferred deposit loans, change of address by licensee, notice and approval, 604A.660

      Domestic violence victims, program for fictitious address, 217.462-217.471

      Driver’s licenses, notice of change of address, 483.390

      Ex-felons and certain convicted persons, registration requirements, 179C.110, 179C.200

      Exchange enrollment facilitators, notices, 695J.180

      Guardians, filing, 159.073

      High-interest loans, change of address by licensee, notice and approval, 604A.660

      Human trafficking victims, program for fictitious address, 217.462-217.471

      Installment loan licensees, notice of change, penalty, 675.220

      Insurance consultants, notice of change of address, 683C.105

      Insurance producers, notice of change of address, 683A.261

      Insurers, notice of change of address, 693B.030

      Juvenile court proceedings, confidentiality of victim’s address, 62D.440

      Limited-liability companies, 86.231, 86.269, 86.5464

      Limited-liability partnerships, registered agents, 87.480

      Limited partnerships, registered agents, 87A.215, 88.330

      Locksmiths, notice of change of address, 655.070

      Motor vehicle physical damage appraisers, notice of change of address, 684B.090

      Motor vehicle registration, notice of change of address, 482.283

      Notaries public, disclosure of address in application unnecessary, 240.030, 240.192

      Parties to actions

             Service of process, NRCP 4(e)(1), NRCP 5(b), JCRCP 4(e)(1), JCRCP 5(b)

             Stated in papers, NRCP 11(a), JCRCP 11(a)

      Peace officers, confidentiality of home address, exceptions, 289.025

      Personal representatives, filing with county clerk, 143.190

      Physicians, duties, 630.254, 630.255

      Plaintiff, address to be stated in summons, NRCP 4(b), JCRCP 4(b)

      Podiatric physicians, duties, 635.118

      Public buildings to include address on exterior, 278.0231

      Registered agents

             Designation in filings, 77.300

             Statement of change, filing, 77.350, 77.360

             Street address defined, 75.080

             Venue in actions, address does not determine, 77.440

      Safe mechanics, notice of change of address, 655.070

      Sex offenders, terms and conditions of probation or suspended sentence, 176A.410

      Sexual assault victims

             Exclusion of evidence, 48.071

             Fictitious address program, 217.462-217.471

      Stalking victims, program for fictitious address, 217.462-217.471

      Telemarketers, disclosure of purchaser’s address restricted, 599B.200

      Title loans, change of address by licensee, notice and approval, 604A.660

      Unknown

             Attorneys, service of process, NRCP 5(b), JCRCP 5(b)

             Defendant, service by publication, NRCP 4(e)(1)(iii), JCRCP 4(e)(1)(iii)

      Witnesses

             Civil actions, disclosures, NRCP 16.1(a)(3), NRCP 27

             Criminal proceedings, prohibition on disclosure of address, 174.234

             Domestic relations actions, disclosures, NRCP 16.2(a)(4)

ADEMPTION (See WILLS)

ADJOURNMENT

      Absence of jury, court must remain open, 175.471

      Actions, when party or attorney member of Legislature, 1.310

      Court, absence of judge or justice, 1.060

      Jury to be admonished at, 175.401

      Legislature (See LEGISLATURE)

      Pending jury’s verdict, 175.471

      Proceedings by master, NRCP 53(d)(1), JCRCP 53(d)(1)

ADJUDICATION OF VESTED WATER RIGHTS (See WATER)

ADJUSTERS, INSURANCE (For specific provisions, see INSURANCE ADJUSTERS)

      Generally, ch. 684A

ADJUSTMENT, BOARDS OF

      Airport zoning, 497.150-497.170, 497.200

      Conservation districts, 548.460-548.510

      Zoning generally, 278.270-278.315

ADJUTANT GENERAL (See NATIONAL GUARD)

ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF

      Administrative Procedure Act, ch. 233B

      Administrative Services Division

             Administrator, appointment, classification, 232.215, 232.2165

             Duties of Division, 232.2195

      Budget

             Base budgets, fundamental review, 218E.435-218E.450

             Legislative measures to implement budget, drafting requests, 218D.175

             State Budget Act, 353.150-353.246

      Budget Division

             Audit reports of state agencies, receipt, 218G.400, 353.325

             Awards for state employee suggestions, duties, reports, 285.050-285.070

             Chief

                   Appointment, 232.215

                   Deputy and Chief Assistant, appointment, 232.217

                   Director of Department may serve as Chief, 232.215

                   Duties generally, 353.185

                   Executive budget report, duties, 353.263

                   Merit Award Board, appointment of member, 285.030

                   Powers generally, 353.185

                   Qualifications, 353.175

                   State Board of Examiners, Clerk, 353.190

                   Technical Advisory Committee on Future State Revenues, member, 353.229

             Economic development tax incentives, reports, duties, 353.207

             Ethics Commission, duties regarding assessments for support of, 281A.270

             Examination of public accounts, 353.195

             Executive departments and agencies, investigation of organization, costs of operation and duplication of work, 353.200

             Financial disclosure statements, duties, 281.574

             Green building tax abatement, duties, 701A.110

             Insurance Premiums, Fund for, creation, deposits and expenditures, 331.187

             Inventory of real property leased to State, duties, 331.110

             Lease-purchase or installment-purchase agreements, duties, 353.600, 353.610

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Public Employees’ Retirement System, duties, 286.282

             Renewable energy facilities, tax abatement, duties, 701A.360, 701A.375

             Schools

                   Accountability programs, consultations, 385.347

                   Expenditures by school districts, duties, 387.206

                   Financial officers, training programs, 387.304

                   Pupil-teacher ratios, receipt of reports, 388.700

             Stabilize the Operation of the State Government, Account to, duties, 353.288

             State Administrative Manual, duties, 232.2155

             State budget (See STATE FINANCES AND FUNDS)

             Uniforms for state employees, approval, 281.121

             Wildlife Trust Fund, receipt of reports, 501.3585

      Charter schools, budget reports, 386.600

      Communications Fund, creation, sources and use, 378.143, 378.146

      Communications system, state, ch. 233F

      Composition, 232.213

      Computers, establishment of written policy on appropriate use, 242.300

      Creation, 232.213

      Delinquent fees or penalties, procedure for collection, ch. 353C

      Director

             Abuse, fraud or waste of money by agency or contractor, duties, 353A.049

             Aging and Disability Services Division, temporary advances, 353.351

             Appointment, classification, outside employment prohibited, 232.214

             Audits of state agencies, plans for corrective action, 218G.250-218G.270

             Budget accounts supported by administrative assessments, duties concerning advances, 353.359

             Budget Division Chief, Director may be, 232.215

             College Savings Plans of Nevada, Board of Trustees of the, member, 353B.005

             Credit card, debit card or electronic payments to State, duties, 353.1465, 353.1466

             Deputy Administrator of the Public Works - Compliance and Code Enforcement Section, appointment, 341.100

             Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, Department of

                   Receipt of information upon request, 232.920

                   Temporary advances, 353.347

             Ethical standards, acknowledgements, distribution of information, 281A.500

             Hearing officers, appointment, 616C.300

             Hearings Division Chief, Director to serve as, 232.215

             Industrial insurance, licensing of employers’ representatives, 616C.325

             Information Technology Advisory Board, member, 242.122

             Internal accounting and administrative control, duties, 353A.020, 353A.025

             Libraries and Literacy, State Council on, member, 380A.041

             Library and Archives Administrator, appointment, 378.010

             Marlette Lake Water System, duties, 331.160

             Medallions and bars bearing State Seal, duties, 235.012-235.016

             Powers and duties generally, 232.215

             Public Employees’ Benefits Program, Board of the, duties, 287.041, 287.0425

             Public Works Division, receipt of reports, 341.100

             Rangeland Resources Commission, report from, 563.370

             Records, Committee to Approve Schedules for the Retention and Disposition of Official State, member, 239.073

             Reimbursement of costs to state agencies providing certain services, duties, 353.148

             School Districts in Financing Capital Improvements, Fund to Assist, administration, 387.333, 387.3335

             Sheep Inspection Account, receipt of annual statement, 562.195

             Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, duties, 695I.300, 695I.510

             State Administrative Manual, duties, 232.2155

             State Parks, Division of, temporary advances, 353.3463

             State vehicles, duties regarding labeling, 334.010

             Statewide cost allocation plan, annual preparation, 353.331

             Terminated state agencies, duties, 232B.100

             Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Department of, temporary advances, 353.3465

             Transfer of functions of state agencies and local governments, duties, 353.203

             Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, temporary advances, 353.357

             Woolgrowers’ State Account for Control of Predatory Animals, receipt of annual statement, 567.125

      Directory of public bodies, publication, 232.2185

      Enterprise Information Technology Services, Division of

             Administrator

                   Appointment, classification, 232.215, 232.2165, 242.090

                   Chief Information Officer, designation as, 223.085

                   Deputy and Chief Assistant, appointment, 232.217

                   Educational Technology, Commission on, member, 388.790

                   Official State Records, Committee to Approve Schedules for the Retention and Disposition of, member, 239.073

                   Powers and duties generally, 242.101, 242.115, 242.151, 284.172

                   Tax collection from businesses, coordination of information and creation of forms, assistance, 237.180

                   Technological Crime Advisory Board, member, 205A.040, 205A.050

             Amounts receivable from agencies or officers, determination, itemized statements, payments, 242.191, 242.231

             Applications of information systems, responsibility, review, 242.171

             Claims, approval and payment, 242.221

             Committees, establishment, 242.101

             Communication and Computing Unit

                   Groups, creation, 242.080

                   Head, appointment and duties, 242.101

             Communications System (See COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM, STATE)

             Composition, 242.080

             Computers, establishment of written policy on appropriate use, 242.300

             Consultation and coordination with other state agencies, 242.125

             Creation, 242.080

             Databases, e-mail addresses or telephone numbers of certain persons, use of information, confidentiality, 239B.040

             Definitions, 242.011-242.068

             Encryption of data, regulations, 603A.217

             Enterprise Application Services Unit

                   Head, appointment, 242.101

                   Units, creation, 242.080

             Fund for Information Services, creation, sources and use, 233F.160, 242.211-242.241

             Homeland security, confidentiality of certain records relating to, duties, 242.105

             Information Security, Office of

                   Chief, appointment, classification, 242.101

                   Part of Division, 242.080

                   Security breaches of information systems, reports, duties, 242.181

             Legislative declaration, 242.071

             Managerial control of equipment owned or leased by State, 242.161

             Purposes of Division, 242.071

             Regulations

                   Adherence by using agencies required, 242.181

                   Administrative Procedure Act, ch. 233B

                   Generally, 242.111

             Services provided for state agencies and officers, negotiation, withdrawal, 242.131

             Services provided other than for state agencies or officers, 242.141

             Technological Crime Advisory Board, assistance in securing certain information systems, 205A.060

             Transfer of functions of state agencies and local governments, regulations, 353.203

      Fleet Services Division

             Administrator

                   Appointment, classification, 232.215, 232.2165

                   Deputy and Chief Assistant, appointment, 232.217

                   Duties, 336.080

                   Regulations, approval by Governor, 336.100

             Assignment and reassignment of vehicles, 336.060

             Definitions, 336.010-336.016

             Department of Transportation may provide gasoline, service and repairs, 336.090

             Employees, 336.050

             Facilities, acquisition, 336.050

             Fleet Services Fund, creation, 336.110

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Purposes, 336.030

             State vehicles generally (See STATE VEHICLES)

             Using agencies to pay fees, 336.110

      Gifts or grants, authority to accept, 353.335-353.339

      Governor-Elect, transition expenses to be included in Department budget, 223.025

      Grant procurement, coordination and management (See GRANT PROCUREMENT, COORDINATION AND MANAGEMENT, OFFICE OF)

      Group insurance premiums for retired public employees, duties, 287.046

      Hearings Division

             Appeals officers, duties, 232.215

             Chief, Director of Department to be, 232.215

             Compensation officers, appointment, 232.215

             Hearing officers

                   Appointment, salaries, classification, 232.215, 616C.300

                   Code of conduct, adoption, 616C.295

                   Immunity for disclosure of information relating to violations, 616D.020

                   Powers and duties, 616C.330, 616D.050-616D.100

                   Qualifications and training, 616C.295

             Industrial insurance

                   Appeals officers, standards, code of conduct, 616C.295

                   Assessments levied on insurers, 232.680, 616A.425

                   Claims for benefits, annual reports, 616C.295

                   Contested claims, establishment of procedures, redaction of personal identifying information of claimant, 616C.310

                   Hearing officers (See Hearing officers, this subhead)

                   Insurers, compensation for Division services, 616A.470

             Occupational diseases, establishment of procedures for contested cases, 617.165

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Salaries and expenses to be paid by insurers, 232.680

             State purchasing, appeals by unsuccessful bidders, 333.370

             Superintendent of Public Instruction, requests for hearing officer, 391.3161, 391.322

             Victims of crime, duties concerning compensation, 217.010-217.270

      Human Resource Management, Division of

             Administrator

                   Appointment, 232.215, 232.2165

                   Duties generally, 284.105

                   Other employment prohibited, 284.075

                   Personnel Commission, Secretary, 284.050

                   Qualifications, 284.075

             Assistance of state and local officers, 284.130

             Catastrophic Leave, Committee on

                   Chair and Vice Chair, election, 284.3628

                   Creation, composition, 284.3627

                   Duties, 284.3628, 284.3629

                   Residency of members, requirements, 232A.020

                   Vacancies, 232A.020

             Classification plan, changes, 284.160

             Continuity of service, administration of plan to encourage, 284.177

             Costs of administration, records, budgeting, payments, 284.115

             Creation, 284.025

             Deputy and Chief Assistant, appointment, 232.217

             Duplication of work, investigations, 284.125

             Employee-Management Committee, creation, duties, 284.068-284.0745, 284.384

             Employees, 284.100

             Ethics in Government Law, distribution of summary of provisions, 281.661

             Fair Labor Standards Act, determination of persons exempt pursuant to, 284.148

             Merit Award Board, appointment of member, 285.030

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Pay plan, establishment, 284.175

             Payrolls of state agencies, duties, receipt of information, 281.120, 281.1205, 284.185, 284.200

             Personnel Commission (See PERSONNEL COMMISSION)

             Personnel Operating Fund, sources and use, 284.110, 284.115

             School district buildings, use for hearings or examinations, 284.405, 393.0714

             Services and facilities available to political subdivisions, 284.135

             State museum directors, classification of positions, 381.0062

             State personnel generally (See STATE EMPLOYEES)

             State Personnel System, duties, ch. 284

             Superintendent of Public Instruction, staff appointed by, duties, 385.340

      Industrial insurance, responsibilities, 616A.465

      Internal Audits, Division of

             Abuse, fraud or waste of money by agency or contractor, duties, 353A.049

             Administrator

                   Appointment, 232.215

                   Classification, 232.2165

                   Deputy and Chief Assistant, appointment, 232.217

                   Duties, 353A.045, 353A.047

                   Qualifications, 353A.041

             Annual reports, 353A.065

             Corrective actions by agencies, 353A.090, 353A.100

             Definitions, 353A.031-353A.036

             Duties, prohibited acts, 353A.055

             Executive Branch Audit Committee, creation and duties, 353A.038

             Manager of Internal Controls, appointment, duties, 353A.045, 353A.047

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Preliminary findings and final reports, 353A.085

             Records, availability to Division, 353A.038

             Staff, 353A.041

      Internet website, duties, immunities, 237.360, 239.008, 239B.050, 239B.060, 353A.049

      Legislative measures

             Budget, drafting requests to implement budget, 218D.175

             Fiscal notes, review, 218D.465

      Legislative review of public agencies, ch. 232B

      Marlette Lake Water System, duties, 331.160-331.180, Special & Local Acts Volume

      Medically Indigent, Fund for the Institutional Care of the, receipt of report, 428.490

      Meetings of public agencies, notices, duties, 232.2175

      Minority Affairs, Nevada Commission on, assistance, 232.864

      Motor Pool (See Fleet Services Division, this heading)

      Operating Fund for Administrative Services, creation, deposits, payments, 232.219

      Parole and probation, annual projections, duties, 176.0129

      Parole Commissioners, State Board of, review of practices, 176.0129

      Payments of money for services provided by state agencies, procedures, 353.146-353.148

      Prisoners, annual projections, 176.0129

      Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, report from, 703.025

      Public Works Division, State

             Administrator

                   Appointment, 232.215

                   Board, duties, 341.100

                   Classification, 232.2165, 341.100

                   Delegation of authority to state agency, 341.119

                   Deputy and Chief Assistant, authority to appoint, 232.217

                   Jurisdiction, 331.070

                   Outside employment prohibited, 341.100

                   Powers and duties, generally, 331.100, 341.100, 341.110

                   Qualifications, 341.100

                   Technical and clerical assistants, appointment, 341.100

             Advance planning of projects, 341.126, 341.142

             Advertisement for sealed bids required for certain projects, 341.148

             Applicability of laws, 341.019

             Art on state property, cooperation regarding, 233C.025, 331.100, 341.127

             Assignment of office space for state agencies, 331.120

             Authorized expenditures, 341.125, 341.126

             Budget Division to cooperate in development of comprehensive, long-range capital improvement plans, 353.185

             Buildings and Grounds Section

                   Assistance from Capitol Police Division, 331.140

                   Buildings, interference with activities unlawful, 203.119

                   Deputy Administrator, appointment, classification, duties, 341.100

                   Electronic surveillance of buildings and grounds restricted, 331.220

                   Employees, 331.060

                   Extra services to state agencies, charges authorized, 331.085

                   Gaming Commission, Nevada, offices furnished for, 463.028

                   Gaming Control Board, State, offices furnished for, 463.100

                   Insurance, Division of, office furnished for, 679B.060

                   Lease of offices outside state buildings, 331.110, 407.057, 561.235

                   Lease of state lands to charitable or educational entity, approval, 322.065

                   Motor Vehicles, Department of, offices furnished for, 481.055

                   Operating cost-savings measures contracts, duties, 333A.080

                   Operating Fund

                          Creation and use, 331.101, 331.140

                          Deposits, 331.085, 331.090, 331.102

                   Public Safety, Department of, offices furnished for, 480.160

                   Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, offices furnished for, 703.120

                   Regulations, 341.110

                   Renewable and Efficient Energy, State and Local Government Panel on, representation, 701.450

                   Warehouse buildings, payment of construction costs, 331.137

             Calculation of final total cost of building, duties, 341.151

             Cancellation or delaying commencement or completion of project, authority, reports, 341.100, 341.145

             Capitol Building, maintenance and supervision, 331.130

             Capitol Police, assistance from, 331.140

             Change orders, authority, 341.145

             Compliance and Code Enforcement Section, Deputy Administrator

                   Appointment, 341.100

                   Building codes, authority, 341.100, 341.145

                   Building official, designation, authority, 341.100, 341.105, 341.145

                   Classification, 341.100

                   Consultations with agencies or officials, 341.100, 446.942, 449.345, 455C.115

                   Duties generally, 341.100

                   Orders to compel cessation of work, authority to issue, 341.105

                   Outside employment prohibited, 341.100

                   Qualifications, 341.100

             Construction project accounts, transfers from State General Fund, 341.1265

             Consulting contracts entered into by state agencies, duties, 341.155

             Contractors, contracts for services, 341.161, 341.166

             Creation, 341.017

             Design, construction and repairs, powers and duties, reports, 341.100, 341.145

             Disabilities, persons with, verification that buildings conform with laws, 338.180

             Engineering and architectural services, furnishing to state agencies, 341.141

             Expenditure of money from more than one source, priority, 341.146

             Funds for projects of capital construction, duties, 341.146

             Graffiti, duty to remove or cover graffiti placed on state property, authority to bring civil action, 331.145

             Grants, use of money, approval, 341.121

             Inspection of state buildings and institutions, 341.128

             Interim Finance Committee, subcommittee concerning matters requiring prior approval, 218E.405

             Interstate, regional and national planning projects, participation, 341.130

             Lease of state land to certain persons at reduced rate, approval, 322.061

             Legislative Branch, use of services of Division, 341.019

             Local planning commissions, cooperation, 341.127

             Maintenance and repairs of state buildings, duties, 331.070, 331.080

            National Guard armories and arsenals, duties, 412.098

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Press, assignment of permanent space, 331.120

             Problems of state planning, publicity and education, 341.140

             Professional Services Section, Deputy Administrator, 341.100

             Proposals for construction of state building, requirements, 341.151

             Protection of property, duties, 331.140

             Public policy of State declared, 341.1405

             Public Works Board (See PUBLIC WORKS BOARD, STATE)

             Public works generally (See PUBLIC WORKS)

             Rebates for energy conservation devices, duties, 341.145

             Regulations, 341.110

             Rent, authorization to accept, 331.090

             Reports

                   Capital improvement reports, 331.093, 341.100

                   Inspection of state buildings, findings and recommendations, 341.128

             School buildings, duties, 385.125, 387.3335, 393.110

             Small businesses, outreach program for local emerging small businesses, duties, 231.14065, 338.1427

             State agencies, cooperation, 341.127

             State planning, promotion of public interest through publicity and education, 341.140

             Subcontractors, qualifications, 338.1376

             United States or federal agencies, contracts with, 341.125

             Veterans with service-connected disabilities, bid preferences, duties, 333.3369, 338.1384-338.13847

      Purchasing Division (See also STATE PURCHASING)

             Administrator

                   Appointment, 232.215

                   Classification, 232.2165

                   Industrial Programs, Committee on, member, 209.4817

                   Powers and duties, generally, 333.130-333.230

                   Qualifications, 333.060

             Appliances, equipment, lighting and other devices, adoption of standards, 333.4611

             Assistants, number and qualifications, 333.100

             Bribery by bidders, prohibited acts, 333.800, 334.080

             Deputy and Chief Assistant, appointment, 232.217

             Devices that use electricity, natural gas, propane or oil, duties, 333.4611

             Governor’s Mansion, required inventory, 331.155

             Local governments, voluntary purchases from Division authorized, 332.135

             Nevada System of Higher Education inventory, delivery to Division, 396.436

             Offices, 333.110

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Operating cost-savings measures contracts, duties, 333A.080, 333A.082, 333A.086

             Prison programs, approval of emergency purchases, 209.4815

             Rental of equipment and property from other using agency, duties, 331.097

             Small businesses, outreach program for local emerging small businesses, duties, 231.14065

             State Purchasing Fund

                   Creation and use, 333.120

                   Purchases from Fund, regulations, 333.380

                   Transfers from State General Fund, 333.125

             Unscheduled or emergency purchases, regulation, 333.380

             Use of services and facilities

                   Civil Air Patrol, 333.469

                   Judicial Department, 333.469

                   Legislative Department, 333.469

                   Local governments, 332.135

                   Nevada System of Higher Education, 332.135

                   Public Employees’ Benefits Program, 287.043, 287.04345

                   Public Employees’ Retirement System, 286.110

             Veterans with service-connected disabilities, bid preferences, duties, 333.3361-333.3369, 338.13847

      Records, 237.370, ch. 239

      Records official, designation, duties, 239.008

      Residential confinement, annual projection of persons in, 176.0129

      Risk Management Division

             Appointment of Administrator, 232.215

             Factors for determinations regarding insurance coverage, 331.186

             Insurance Premiums, Fund for, creation and use, 331.187

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Prison industry or work program, industrial insurance coverage, 616B.028

             Staff, 331.1845

             State Risk Manager

                   Administrator of Division to serve as, 331.182

                   Conflicts of interest prohibited, 331.183

                   Duties generally, 331.182, 331.184

      Sentences imposed, review, 176.0129

      Sovereign immunity waived, 41.0305-41.039

      State Distributive School Account, apportionments from, receipt of reports, 387.124

      State Library and Archives, Division of

             Administrator

                   Agreements with, by public libraries, 379.150

                   Appointment, 232.215, 378.010

                   Classification, 232.2165, 378.010

                   Contracts for library purposes, 378.081

                   Deputy and Chief Assistant, appointment, 232.217

                   Employees, 378.060

                   Gifts or grants, acceptance, 353.335-353.339, 378.080

                   Historical Records Advisory Board, Secretary, 378A.030, 378A.100

                   Legal books and materials, preparation of list of primary sources, 380.153

                   Official State Records, Committee to Approve Schedules for the Retention and Disposition of, Secretary, 239.073

                   Personnel of public libraries, adoption of standards for certification, 379.0073

                   Powers and duties generally, 378.080-378.130, 378.170, 378.240-378.320

                   Qualifications, 378.020

                   Regulations concerning public records, adoption, 239.125

                   Reports to Governor and Legislature, 378.050

                   Service at pleasure of Director, 378.010

                   State Council on Libraries and Literacy, Secretary, 380A.061

             Appropriations, 378.130

             Bequests, prior bequest unaffected by creation of Division, 378.0083

             Central Mailing Room, establishment and maintenance, 378.149

             Citizen participation in government, programs to increase, receipt of reports, 244.1615, 268.920

             Claims, approval, 378.130

             Communications Fund, creation, sources and use, 378.143, 378.146

             Copies of records, furnishing, fee, 378.270

             Definitions, 378.005

             Employees, 378.060, 378.240

             Federal money, acceptance, 378.100

             Fines, disposition, 378.110

             Geographic Names, Nevada State Board on, representation, 327.120

             Gift Fund for the State Library and Archives, creation and sources, 378.090

             Gifts or grants

                   Authority to accept, 353.335-353.339, 378.080

                   Creation of Division, prior gifts unaffected by, 378.0083

             Historical Records Advisory Board, deposit of documents, 378A.090

             Hours, 378.070

             Judicial Branch, microfilming and digital imaging of records on request, 378.255

             Law library (See LAW LIBRARIES—Supreme Court Law Library)

             Legislative Branch, microfilming and digital imaging of records on request, 378.255

             Legislative declaration, 378.230

             Legislative publications, receipt, 218D.915

             Local governments, microfilming, digital imaging or similar services to be provided to, 239.070

             Location of archives, 378.240

             National Guard records, deposit, 412.052

             Nevada Administrative Code, receipt for public use, 233B.065

             Obscenity laws, exemption, 201.237, 201.2655

             Operating budget, requirements, 232.219

             Public libraries

                   Certification of personnel, 353C.1965, 379.007-379.009

                   Loan of materials to and from school libraries, duties, 385.345

             Public records

                   Custody and preservation of certain records, 378.245

                   Management and retention, 378.255-378.320

                   Preservation of noncurrent materials, 239.015, 239.073-239.090, 381.245

             Receipt of materials, 378.250

             Records which identify user with property used, confidentiality, 239.013

             Regional network of libraries, 379.147-379.149

             Register of regulations, receipt and maintenance, 233B.0653

             Smoking restricted, 202.2483-202.24925

             Sovereign immunity waived, 41.0305-41.039

             State Council on Libraries and Literacy, records and reports, 380A.061, 380A.111

             State Historical Records Coordinator, designation, 378A.040

             State Publications Distribution Center

                   Creation, 378.170

                   Definitions, 378.160

                   Depository agreements with other libraries, standards, 378.190

                   Distribution of copies of state and local publications, 378.200

                   Legislative declaration, 378.150

                   List of publications, Internet publication, 378.210

                   Retention of copies for preservation and use by public, 378.200

                   State and local agencies, provision of electronic version or paper copies of publications, 378.180

             Supreme Court Law Library (See LAW LIBRARIES)

             Surplus material, 378.250

      Superintendent of Public Instruction, receipt of reports, 386.600, 387.303

      Transfer of functions of state agencies and local governments, regulations, 353.203

      Women, Nevada Commission for, assistance, 233I.080

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSESSMENTS

      Advance from State General Fund for budget account supported by assessments, 353.359

      Authorization, 176.0611, 176.0613

      Collection, 176.059-176.064

      County treasurer, duties, 176.0625

      Court facilities, assessments for purposes of, 176.0611

      Credit or debit cards, acceptance for money owed court, 1.113

      Delinquent payments

             Attachment or garnishment of defendant’s property, wages or other money, 176.064

             Civil judgments, 176.064

             Collection agencies, contracts for collection, 176.064

             Collection fees, 176.0635, 176.064

             Credit reporting agencies, delinquency reported to, 176.064

             Deemed uncollectible, 176.059-176.0613

             Driver’s license, suspension or denial, 176.064, 483.443

             Imprisonment, 176.064-176.075

             State Controller, duties, 176.0625

      Distribution, generally, 176.059-176.0623

      Domestic violence battery, 200.485

      Felonies, 176.062-176.0635

      Graffiti violations, 206.340, 244.3695, 268.4085

      Gross misdemeanors, 176.062-176.0635

      Installment payments, 176.059-176.0613, 176.0623, 176.085

      Judgment for assessment constitutes lien, 176.063, 176.275

      Judgment of conviction, inclusion, 176.105

      Juvenile court, imposition, 62E.270, 62E.430, 62E.700, 62E.730

      Limitations on use, 176.059-176.0623

      Misdemeanors, 176.059-176.0613, 176.0623

      Monthly reports by county treasurers, 249.085

      Prisoners, wage deductions for payment of assessments owed, 209.247, 209.463

      Public works, assessments relating to wage violations, 338.090

      Reduction, 176.085

      Specialty court programs, assessments for purposes of, 176.059, 176.0613

      Supreme Court, duties regarding receipt of distributions, 2.185

ADMINISTRATIVE FINES OR PENALTIES (See generally FINES)

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PROCEDURE

      Advisory opinions, 116.623, 233B.120

      Agency defined, 233B.031

      Alcohol, admissibility of affidavit or declaration concerning existence or quantity, 50.315-50.330

      Appeals of final judgments of district courts, 233B.150

      Applicability of Administrative Procedure Act, 233B.039

      Commodities, notice of intent or summary order, 91.270

      Contested cases

             Adverse decision, contents, 233B.125

             Agency officials and employees

                   Communications with parties, limitations, 233B.126

                   Procedure when majority have not heard case, 233B.124

             Collaborative Law Act, Uniform, 38.400-38.575

             Counsel, representation by, 233B.121

             Definition, 233B.032

             Disqualification of officer, replacement, 233B.122

             Evidence, 233B.123, 233B.131

             Informal disposition, 233B.121

             Investigators, prohibition against taking part in adjudication, 233B.122

             Legislator as party to action or attorney, adjournment or continuation of proceedings during legislative session, 1.310

             License cases, applicability of laws, requirements, 233B.127

             Notice of hearing, 233B.121

             Oath of witness, 233B.123

             Party defined, 233B.035

             Prosecutors, prohibition against taking part in adjudication, 233B.122

             Record, contents, 233B.121

             Witnesses, 233B.121, 233B.123

      Controlled substance, admissibility of affidavit or declaration concerning existence or quantity, 50.315-50.330

      Decisions

             Judicial review, 233B.130-233B.135

             Stay, 233B.140

      Declaratory orders, 116.623, 233B.120

      Disability, person with a, as witness, 233B.1235

      Economic development zones, 274.110-274.140

      Emergency actions, explanatory statements, 233B.0658

      Gaming Commission, Nevada, procedure for adoption, amendment or repeal of regulations, 463.145

      Intercollegiate athletics, imposition of sanctions, proceedings, 398.155-398.255

      Legislative intent, 233B.020

      Licenses, applicability, 233B.127

      Licensing defined, 233B.034

      Local Government Employee-Management Relations Board, rules, 288.110

      Local governments, procedure for adoption of rules affecting businesses, 237.030-237.150

      Meeting of public body to consider administrative action against person, notice requirements, 241.034

      Minors, violation of regulations, 62B.330, 62C.010

      Motor Vehicles, Department of, hearings, 360A.020, 481.029, 482.565, 487.990

      Oaths or affirmations, authority to administer, 233B.1233

      Regulations

             Adoption, 233B.040-233B.0617, 233B.064

             Authority to adopt (See specific agency or officer)

             Comment from public and businesses affected, 233B.0603, 233B.061

             Contents, 233B.040

             Declaratory judgment actions to determine validity, 233B.110

             Definition, 233B.038

             Delivery to State Library and Archives Administrator or public library, 233B.0607, 233B.070

             Effective date, 233B.070

             Emergency actions not defined as regulation, 233B.038

             Emergency regulations

                   Adoption and expiration, 233B.0613, 233B.070

                   Definition, 233B.033

                   Distribution, 233B.062, 233B.070

                   Review of regulations by Legislative Commission or Subcommittee to Review Regulations, procedures, 233B.0633, 233B.067

             Enforcement, 233B.040

             Entities other than agencies, treatment of regulations adopted by, 233B.045, 233B.062

             Examination, revision of text by Legislative Counsel, 233B.063

             Exemptions from requirements, 233B.039

             Forms required by agencies, review and amendment, 233B.115

             Governor’s authority to amend or suspend regulation, 233B.100

             Guidelines for drafting, development by Attorney General, 233B.062

             Hearings, 233B.061, 241.020

             Inactive file, Secretary of State, 233B.080

             Informational statement concerning adopted regulations, 233B.066-233B.067

             Inspection and copying by public, 233B.050, 233B.0607, 233B.067, 233B.0677, 233B.070

             Judicial notice, 47.140

             Legislative Commission, review by, Art. 3 § 1, 233B.0633, 233B.067-233B.0681

             Legislative Committee on Health Care, receipt of certain regulations, 233B.063, 233B.070, 439B.225

             Legislative Counsel Bureau

                   Costs of examination and revision, reimbursement, 233B.0635, 233B.065

                   Emergency regulations, copy to be filed with Bureau, 233B.070

                   Proposed regulations, submission to Bureau, 233B.063

                   Review of regulations by Legislative Commission or Subcommittee to Review Regulations, duties, 233B.0677

                   Temporary regulations, duties, receipt of copy, 233B.0633, 233B.070

             Legislative review may be provided by law, Art. 3 § 1

             Liberty interest of parent in care, custody and management of child deemed fundamental right, effect, 126.036

             Material published by another authority, adoption by reference, 233B.040

             Nevada Administrative Code (See NEVADA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE)

             Notice of adoption, amendment or repeal, 233B.060, 233B.0603

             Nullification by legislative agency, Art. 3 § 1

             Objections to regulations

                   Forms required by agency, objection to, procedures, 233B.115

                   Limitations, 233B.0617

                   Permanent regulations, 233B.067, 233B.0675

                   Temporary regulations, 233B.0633

             Open Meeting Law, applicability, 233B.061

             Permanent regulations

                   Adoption after adoption of temporary regulation, 233B.060

                   Amendment or suspension by adoption of temporary regulation, 233B.063

                   Approval, requirements, 233B.064, 233B.067, 233B.0675

                   Definition, 233B.036

                   Incorporation in Nevada Administrative Code, 233B.062

                   Objection to, review and resubmission by agency, 233B.067, 233B.0675

                   Review by Legislative Commission or Subcommittee to Review Regulations, 233B.060, 233B.067-233B.0681

             Petitions for adoption, amendment or repeal, 233B.100

             Presumption of regularity of adoption, 233B.090

             Publication of regulations, form, 233B.070

             Reasons for agency action, issuance of statement, 233B.064

             Register of administrative regulations

                   Occupational safety citations, inclusion of report relating to, 618.347

                   Publication, immunities, 233B.0653-233B.0658

             Review by agency at least every 10 years, 233B.050

             Secretary of State, filing with, 233B.067, 233B.0675, 233B.0681

             Small businesses, regulations impacting

                   Definition of small business, 233B.0382

                   Determination of impact or likely impact of regulation, 233B.0608

                   Impact statements, requirements, effect of failure to submit, 233B.0608, 233B.0609, 233B.0665

                   Objections to regulations, 233B.067, 233B.105

                   Revision of regulations, requirements, 233B.0608

             Subcommittee to Review Regulations, appointment, duties, 233B.060, 233B.0633, 233B.067-233B.0677

             Suspension by Governor or legislative agency, Art. 3 § 1, 233B.100

             Temporary regulations

                   Adoption and expiration, 233B.063

                   Definition, 233B.0385

                   Distribution, 233B.062, 233B.070

                   Effective date, 233B.070

                   Permanent regulation may be amended or suspended by adoption of temporary regulation, 233B.063

                   Review by Legislative Commission or Subcommittee to Review Regulations, 233B.0633, 233B.0677

             Validity, 233B.050

             Waiver of review, 233B.0681

      Rules of practice

             Adoption, review, 233B.050

             Secretary of State, duties, 233B.070

      Securities Division, summary orders and emergency proceedings, 90.800, 90.820

ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL, STATE

      Creation and publication, 232.2155

ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTIES (See FINES)

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION (See ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF)

ADMINISTRATORS

      Court Administrator (See COURT ADMINISTRATOR)

      Estates (See ESTATES OF DECEDENTS—Personal representatives)

      Executive agencies (See specific departments or divisions)

      Insurance (See INSURANCE ADMINISTRATORS)

      Public (See PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS)

      Taxicabs (See TAXICAB ADMINISTRATOR)

      Unclaimed property (See UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT, UNIFORM)

ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE (See EVIDENCE)

ADMISSIONS (See also CONFESSIONS)

      First Judicial District, local rule, FJDCR 16

      Form of responses, NRCP 26(f), JCRCP 26(f)

      Genuineness of documents, NRCP 36, JCRCP 25A, JCRCP 36

      Number of requests for admissions, NRCP 36(c), JCRCP 36(c)

      Partners, evidence against partnership, 87.110

      Pleadings, failure to deny, effect, NRCP 8(d), JCRCP 8(d)

      Pretrial conferences, NRCP 16(c), JCRCP 16

      Quotation of admissions, rights at trial, JCRCP 43(d)

      Sale of goods, oral contracts, 104.2201

      Service of summons, proof, NRCP 4(g), JCRCP 4(g)

ADOLESCENT TREATMENT CENTER

      Designation as facility of Division of Child and Family Services, 433B.110

ADOPTION BY REFERENCE

      Cities, specialized or uniform code, 268.012

      Counties, specialized or uniform code, 244.105, 244.117

      Covenants in deeds of trust, 107.030, 107.040

      Covenants in real and chattel mortgages, 106.020, 106.025

      Regulations, material published by another authority, 233B.040

      Separation agreement, subsequent divorce, 123.080

      Statements in pleading, NRCP 10(c), JCRCP 10(c)

      Telecommunication rules and regulations, 704.215

      Towns, code, 269.167

ADOPTION OF ADULTS

      Agreement of adoption, 127.190

      Applicability of laws, 127.005

      Consent, 127.200

      Decree of adoption, 127.210

      District court, original jurisdiction, 127.190

      Exception to payment of additional court fees, 19.030

      Hearings, 127.210

      Inheritances, parent and child, 127.190

      Investigation and report may be required by court, 127.210

      Jurisdiction of district court, 127.190

      Natural parents, consent unnecessary, 127.200

      Notice, 127.210

      Petition, 127.210

      Residence requirements, 127.210

      Rights and duties, 127.190

ADOPTION OF CHILDREN

      Action to set aside adoption, 127.165

      Adoptive parents (See also Petitioners, this heading)

             Age of adoptive parents, requirement, 127.020

             Attendance of prospective adoptive parents at hearing by telephone, 127.145, 127.188

             Entitlement of petitions, reports and orders, 127.100

             Financial assistance in certain cases, 127.186

             Identifying information, disclosure, 127.230

             Investigation of prospective parents, 127.120, 127.2805-127.2817

             Medical records and other information relating to child, receipt, 127.152, 442.400

             Notice of approval as adoptive parent, 432.027

             Residence requirement, exception, 127.060

             Rights and duties, 127.160

             Trial placement of child in prospective home, requirements, 127.280

             Two or more children, adoption of, 127.060

      Advertising by unlicensed person or organization unlawful, 127.310

      Age

             Adoptive parent to be at least 10 years older than child to be adopted, 127.020

             Child over 14 years of age must consent to adoption, 127.020

      Agencies which may accept relinquishments and consent to adoption, 127.050

      Appeals of orders, judgments or decrees, 127.180

      Applicability of laws, 127.005

      Attendance of prospective adoptive parents at hearing by telephone, 127.145, 127.188

      Attorneys, limitations on participation, 127.285

      Best interests of child

             Adoption of child with special needs, 127.186

             Granting of petition for adoption, 127.150

             Postadoptive contact agreement, modification or termination, 127.1895

             Remaining in home of adopting parent, 127.150, 127.165, 128.160

             Visitation with siblings, 127.2827

      Birth certificates, information provided in reports of adoption, 127.157, 440.310

      Booklet on adoption, preparation, contents and distribution, 127.009

      Broadcast or publication of information concerning certain children, 127.283

      Child and Family Services Division

             Administrator, powers and duties, 432.0125

             Fees for services, establishment, 432.014

      Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act inapplicable to proceedings, 125A.205

      Child-placing agencies (See CHILD-PLACING AGENCIES)

      Child welfare services, agencies which provide (See also CHILD WELFARE SERVICES, AGENCIES WHICH PROVIDE)

             Categorical grants for adoption assistance program, 432B.219

             Consent, 127.050, 127.186

             Fees for services, 127.275

             Information maintained by, authorized release, 432B.290

             Investigations and reports, 127.120, 127.130, 127.2805-127.2817

             Maintenance and special services for children, restrictions on provision by employee, 432.030

             Order of adoption to be provided to, 127.150

             Orders for visitation with sibling of child, duties, 127.171

             Regulations, adoption, conformance, 127.230

             Visitation with sibling of child, order to be provided to court, 127.2827

      Compensation

             Attorney, compensation for legal services, 127.285

             Natural parent’s consent, offer or acceptance of compensation, 127.287, 127.288

             Special needs, adoption of children with, 127.186, 127.400-127.420

             Unlicensed persons, request or receipt of compensation, 127.290, 127.300

      Confidentiality

             Consent to adoption, 127.057

             Files, records and hearings, 127.140

             Investigations, identity of person interviewed or submitting information, 127.2817

             Reports, 127.130

             State Register for Adoptions, release of information, 127.007

      Consent

             Acknowledgment, 127.040, 127.053

             Agency which provides child welfare services, 127.050, 127.186

             Child over age 14 years of age must consent to adoption, 127.020

             Child-placing agencies, 127.050, 127.186

             Compensation for consent of natural parent, unlawful acts, 127.287, 127.288

             Confidentiality, 127.057

             Contents, 127.053

             Copy to be provided to agency which provides child welfare services, 127.057

             Execution required before placement in adoptive home, exception, 127.043

             Father, 127.040, 127.070

             Guardian, 127.040

             Legal custody of child given to person receiving consent to specific adoption, 127.058

             Mother, 127.040, 127.043, 127.070

             Parental rights terminated, consent unnecessary, 127.090

             Parents, 127.040, 127.043, 127.070

             Penalty for unlawful disclosure or for failure to notify agency, 127.057

             Recommendations, 127.057

             Requirements, 127.040, 127.053

             Revocation or nullification prohibited, exceptions, 127.080, 127.2815

             Validity, 127.053, 127.070

             Witnesses, 127.053, 127.055

      Court fees, exemption from or reduction of certain fees, 19.030, 19.034

      Custody of child until hearing on petition

             Agency to which child ordered or relinquished, 127.051

             Specific adoption, person receiving consent given legal custody, 127.058

      Death of child placed by child welfare agency, review by multidisciplinary teams, 432B.405

      Definitions, 127.003

      Dental care, plans for, coverage of adopted children, 695D.210

      Discharge of natural parent’s obligation for support, 125B.120

      Discrimination based on familial status prohibited, 207.300, 207.310, 645.321, 645C.480

      District courts, original jurisdiction, 127.010

      Driver’s license application signed by state officer or employee while minor in legal custody of State, liability, 41.0325

      Evaluation of child welfare services, 432B.178, 432B.180, 432B.396

      Family courts, original jurisdiction, 3.223

      Federal money, establishment and enforcement of standards for receipt, 432.0155

      Fees for services of agency which provides child welfare services, 127.275

      Fetal alcohol syndrome, request for and use of information from natural parent, 442.400

      Financial assistance

             Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program, 432B.621-432B.626

             Special needs children, 127.186, 127.400-127.420, 442.180-442.230

      Foster care (See also FOSTER CARE)

             Family foster home defined, 424.013

             Investigation of prospective parents, placement of child pending, 127.2815

             Petition by foster parents, considerations by court, 127.150

             Termination of parental rights for purposes of adoption by foster parents, 128.108

      Fraternal benefit societies, coverage, 695A.159

      Guardian

             Appointment, 127.045

             Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program, 432B.621-432B.626

      Health insurance policies, coverage, 689A.030, 689A.043, 689B.033

      Health maintenance organizations, coverage, 695C.173

      Hearings to be closed and confidential, 127.140

      Industrial insurance, child conclusively presumed dependent, 616C.070

      Inheritances, parent and child, 127.160, 134.190

      Injunctions, 127.282

      Interstate compacts

             Adoption and medical assistance, 127.400-127.420

             Placement of children, 127.320-127.350

      Investigations, reports and recommendations

             Adverse report, petitioner may rebut, 127.130

             Confidentiality of reports, 127.130

             Court-ordered investigation when petition for adoption pending, 127.120

             Fees for services of agency which provides child welfare services, 127.275

             Fingerprints of prospective parents, submission, 127.281

             Placement of child during and on completion of investigation, 127.2815

             Prospective adoptive parents, investigation of, 127.2805

             Suitability of prospective adoptive home, criteria for determining, 127.2817

             Unfavorable investigation, review and response by prospective parent, 127.2817

             Unreported adoption or permanent free care of unrelated child, investigation, 127.282

      Jurisdiction of courts, 3.223, 127.010

      Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program, 432B.621-432B.626

      Medical records and other information to be provided to adoptive parents, 127.152, 442.400

      Minor parent, execution of relinquishment for adoption, 127.080

      Name of child, changing, 127.150

      Native American children

             Determination if child is Indian child, notification of tribe, 127.052, 127.120

             Full faith and credit to be given tribal proceedings, 127.017

             Jurisdiction of court, 127.010

             Transfer of proceedings to Indian tribe, 127.013

      Natural parents

             Action to set aside adoption, limitation, 127.165

             Compensation, unlawful acceptance, 127.287, 127.288

             Consent, 127.040, 127.043, 127.070

             Discharge of obligation for support, 125B.120

             Identifying information, disclosure, 127.230

             Minor parent, execution of relinquishment for adoption, 127.080

             Relinquishment of child (See Relinquishments for adoption, this heading)

             Termination of parental rights, consent to adoption unnecessary, 127.090

      Nonprofit hospital, medical or dental service organizations, coverage, 695B.193

      Orders and decrees

             Appeals, 127.180

             Change of name, 127.150

             Contents, 127.150

             Copy furnished to agency which provides child welfare services, 127.150

             Denial by court, 127.150

             Entitled only in names of adopting parties, 127.100

             Limitation on entry, 127.110

             Making and filing by court, 127.150

             Validation of certain orders and decrees, 127.155

      Parent-child relationship, establishment, 126.041

      Petitioners

             Adverse report by investigating agency, rebuttal, 127.130

             Affidavit setting forth fees, donations and expenses paid, filing, 127.127

             Foster parents, considerations by court, 127.150

             Qualified persons, 127.030

             Report of adoption, amendment or annulment of adoption, preparation, 127.157

             Residence requirement, exception, 127.060

             Two or more children, adoption of, 127.060

      Petitions

             Contents, 127.110

             Entitled only in names of adopting parties, 127.100

             Filing, 127.110, 127.120

             Findings and recommendations, 127.120

             Notice of filing, 127.123

      Placement

             Approval of placement of child, 424.070

             Compensation, payment or acceptance, 127.285-127.300

             Court order to prohibit placement in unsuitable adoptive home, 127.2815

             Fees for services of agency which provides child welfare services, 127.275

             Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children, 127.320-127.350

             Investigation of prospective parents, placement of child during and after, 127.2815

             License to operate child-placing agency required, exceptions, 127.240

             Orders for visitation with sibling, procedure regarding determination to include certain orders with decree, 127.2827

             Protective services (See also CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT)

                   Circumstances under which child deemed in need of protection, 432B.330

            Recommendations for placement for adoption, notification to agency, 127.057

             Siblings, preference for placement together, 127.2825

             Termination of placement, 127.051

             Trial placement in home of prospective parents, requirements, 127.280

             Unlawful placement, 127.282, 127.310, 432B.330

             Unsuitable placement, 127.2815, 127.2817

      Postadoptive contact, agreements for

             Adoptive parent’s rights unaffected, 127.187

             Authorization, 127.187

             Failure to comply, effect, 127.189

             False information affecting natural parent, civil liability, 41.509

             Inquiry by court before entering order or decree of adoption, 127.188

             Jurisdiction, retention by court, 127.187

             Limitation of actions to enforce agreement, 127.189

             Modification or termination, conditions, procedures, 127.1895

             Notice to be provided court, 127.1875

             Petition to prove, enforce, modify or terminate agreement, 127.1885

             Records, inspection, 127.140

      Prepaid limited health service plans, coverage, 695F.480

      Publication or broadcast of information concerning certain children, 127.283

      Records

             Confidential except on court order, 127.140

             Consent to adoption, 127.057

             Medical records and other information relating to child, release, regulations, 127.152

             Postadoptive contact petitions, inspections related to, 127.140

             State Register for Adoptions, 127.007

      Relinquishments for adoption

             Agencies authorized to accept relinquishment, 127.050

             Responsibility for care and entitlement to custody of child, 127.051

             Revocation or nullification prohibited, exceptions, 127.080

             Validity, 127.070

             Written consent required, 127.040

      Reports (See Investigations, reports and recommendations, this heading)

      Residence of petitioners, requirement, exception, 127.060

      Shelter and care of certain children, contracts for provision of, 432.0175

      Special needs, children with

             Court costs, reduction or waiver, 19.034, 127.186

             Financial assistance to certain adoptive parents, 127.186

             Interstate Compact on Adoption and Medical Assistance, 127.400-127.420

             Publication or broadcast of information concerning child, 127.283

             State program of services, 442.180-442.230

             State Register of Children with Special Needs, establishment and contents, 127.008

      State Register for Adoptions, establishment, contents and release of information, 127.007

      Termination of parental rights, 128.108, 128.110, 128.150, 128.160

      Visitation of child by relatives, requirements, 127.171

      Vital statistics, procedure to establish facts relative to, 41.209-41.260

ADULT BOOKSTORES (See LEWDNESS AND OBSCENITY)

ADULT CABARETS (See also LEWDNESS AND OBSCENITY)

      Live entertainment tax (See LIVE ENTERTAINMENT TAX)

      Sex offenders, patronizing sexually-oriented businesses prohibited as condition of parole, probation or suspended sentence, 176A.410, 213.1245

ADULT DAY CARE (See AGED PERSONS)

ADULT EDUCATION (For general provisions, see EDUCATION)

      Adult standard diploma

             College course credit, application toward diploma authorized, 389.160

             Independent study programs, 389.155

             School districts, plans for alternative programs, 388.537

      Community colleges (See NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION)

      High school equivalency assessment

             Attendance at public school excused to take test, 392.075

             Disclosure of questions and answers prohibited, exceptions, 385.451

             Eligibility to take, permission required under certain circumstances, 385.448

             State Board, selection, regulations, 385.448

      Jails, credits against sentence for completion of program, 211.330

      Occupational (See CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION)

      Prisoners (See PRISONS, STATE—Offenders)

      Private institutions (See POSTSECONDARY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, PRIVATE)

      State university (See NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION)

      Teachers, applicability of provisions regarding discipline, 391.3115

ADULT GUARDIANSHIP AND PROTECTIVE PROCEEDINGS JURISDICTION ACT, UNIFORM (See also GUARDIANS AND WARDS)

      Generally, 159.1991-159.2029

ADULT MOTION PICTURE THEATERS (See LEWDNESS AND OBSCENITY)

ADULTERATION

      Antifreeze, 590.360

      Cosmetics (See COSMETICS)

      Drugs (See DRUGS)

      Food (See FOOD)

      Fuels, 590.060

      Pesticides (See PESTICIDES)

      Petroleum products, 590.060

ADULTERY (See also SEXUAL CONDUCT)

      Criminal conversation, cause of action abolished, 41.370-41.420

      Incestuous adultery, 201.180

ADULTS

      Adoption (See ADOPTION OF ADULTS)

      Aged persons (See AGED PERSONS)

      Guardians (See GUARDIANS AND WARDS)

      Husband and wife (See HUSBAND AND WIFE)

      Juvenile court, jurisdiction over, rights and remedies, 62B.350

      Minors (See MINORS)

      Parent and child (See PARENT AND CHILD)

ADVANCE DIRECTIVES (See also POWERS OF ATTORNEY)

      Anatomical gifts, effect of declarations, 451.595

      Durable power of attorney, 162A.700-162A.860

      Emergency treatment, do-not-resuscitate requests, 450B.400-450B.590

      POLST (See also PHYSICIAN ORDERS FOR LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT)

             Conflicts with other advance directives, effect, 449.6946

      Registry of Advance Directives for Health Care, establishment, 449.900-449.965

      Withholding or withdrawing life-sustaining procedures, 449.535-449.690

ADVANCED EMERGENCY CARE (See EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES)

ADVANCEMENTS (See also GIFTS)

      Computation of heirs’ shares, 151.130

      Death of donee, effect on those taking by representation, 151.150

      Decree of distribution to specify, 151.160

      Determination by court, 151.160

      Gift before death not deemed, when, 151.120

      Kindred not mentioned in will, 133.190

      More or less than share, effect, 151.130

      Predeceased heir, effect, 151.150

      Value, determination, 151.140

ADVENTURES, JOINT (See JOINT VENTURES)

ADVERSE CLAIMS (See CLAIMS)

ADVERSE PARTIES (See PARTIES TO ACTIONS)

ADVERSE POSSESSION

      Cemetery ground, 452.002

      Constructive possession of owner presumed, 11.100

      Continuous occupation for 5 years, 11.150

      Disabilities to commence action, 11.180

      Entry and possession, adversity of, 11.090, 11.100, 11.120

      Environmental covenants, extinguishment, limitation or impairment restricted, 445D.180

      Landlord and tenant, 11.160

      Mining claims, 11.060, 40.130, 519.010

      Occupation under written instrument, when deemed adverse, 11.110

      Partial possession of tract insufficient, 11.110

      Peaceable entry invalid, 11.090

      Premises actually occupied under claim of title, 11.130

      Real property generally

             Actions, 40.010-40.130

             Allowance of costs in action to recover possessory right, 18.020

             Damages, recovery, 40.070

             Default judgments, prohibition, 40.110

             Defendants, 40.090

             Final judgment, effect, 40.110

             Injunctions, 40.060

             Lis pendens, 40.090

             Mortgage not deemed conveyance, 40.050

             Person in adverse possession, action by, 40.090, 40.100

             Remedy cumulative, 40.120

             Sale or conveyance, effect of adverse possession, 111.165

             Summons, issuance, service and posting, 40.100

             Unknown persons, rights, 40.100

             Verified complaint, 40.090

      Seisin within 5 years, 11.070, 11.080

      State lands, rights of adverse possessor, 326.080, 326.090

      Tacking allowed, 11.080, 11.120

      Taxes, payment, 11.150

      Under claim of title not founded on written instrument, 11.140

      Under written instrument or judgment, 11.120

      Water, acquisition of prescriptive right impermissible, 533.060

ADVERTISEMENTS AND ADVERTISING (See also BILLBOARDS; NOTICES; SIGNS)

      Abandoned property held by State, 120A.580, 120A.610

      Abortion, 202.200-202.230

      Academic degrees, 394.640

      Accountants, 628.540, 628.560

      Adoption of children, 127.283, 127.310

      Alcohol vaporizing devices, 202.067

      Alternative fuel, 590.050, 590.160-590.330

      Animal breeders, 574.353

      Antifreeze, 590.430

      Antiseptic drugs, 585.180

      Architects, 623.360

      Attorneys at law, RPC 7.1-RPC 7.4

      Bait and switch advertising, 482.351, 490.410, 598.0917, 624.945

      Banks, capital stock, 668.075

      Barber schools, 643.177

      Barbers, 643.185

      Bus stops, commercial advertising on benches and shelters, 405.030, 484B.313

      Campaign advertising (See CAMPAIGN PRACTICES)

      Campgrounds, memberships in, 119B.260, 119B.420

      Capitol grounds, unlawful acts, 331.200

      Child pornography, unlawful acts, 200.725

      Children’s products, prohibited acts, 597.7118

      Chiropractors, 629.076, 634.018

      Cigarette dealers, 370.371, 370.3725, 370.374

      City’s authority to regulate on public streets and buildings, 266.275

      Common-interest communities, advertising signs, 116.2115

      Consumer credit insurance, disclosures, 690A.073

      Contractors (See CONTRACTORS)

      Cosmetologists, 644.2175, 644.405, 644.430

      Cosmetology services in production of advertising, licensing exemption, 644.190

      Counterfeiting form of advertisement, unlawful, 205.205

      Counties, rate of official advertising, 238.070

      County recreational facilities, rental or lease of space for commercial advertising, 332.115

      Court interpreters, 1.540

      Credit service organizations, 598.752

      Debt-management services providers, 676A.600, 676A.700, 676A.730

      Deferred deposit loans, 604A.440, 604A.710

      Direct mail ads, sales tax, duties of sellers and purchasers, 360B.281

      Discount goods or services, organizations for buying, 598.851

      Document preparation services, 240A.150, 240A.240

      Dog handlers, 648.060, 648.148

      Drug paraphernalia, 453.564

      E-mail containing advertisements, liability of persons transmitting, 41.705-41.735

      Eggs, 583.160

      Election campaign advertising (See CAMPAIGN PRACTICES)

      Employment agencies, 611.265, 611.270, 613.020

      Equal employment opportunities, 613.340

      False, deceptive or misleading advertising

             Actions by victims of fraud, 41.600

             Agricultural minerals, 588.192, 588.260

             Alternative fuel, 590.050

             Attorneys at law, RPC 7.1

             Bait and switch advertising, 482.351, 490.410, 598.0917, 624.945

             Burials, immediate burial licensees, 642.470, 642.490

             Campgrounds, memberships in, 119B.420

             Chiropractors, 629.076, 634.018

             Commodities, 91.230

             Cosmetics, 585.170, 585.520, 585.530

             Cosmetology, 644.430

             Credit unions, 678.880

             Dance studios, 598.952

             Dental care, organizations for, 695D.230, 695D.300

             Dentists, 629.076, 631.348

             Direct cremations, licensees, 642.470, 642.490

             Discount buying clubs, 598.900

             Dispensing opticians, 629.076, 637.150, 637.200

             Drugs and devices, 585.170, 585.520, 585.530

             Embalmers, 642.130

             Employment agencies, 611.270

             Employment, influencing change of, 613.010

             Fertilizers, 588.192, 588.260

             Food, 585.170, 585.520, 585.530, 587.610

             Fruits, 587.610

             Funeral directors and establishments, 642.470, 642.490

             Health clubs, 598.952

             Health maintenance organizations, 695C.300

             Homeopathic physicians, 629.076, 630A.350

             Hospitals, 449.203, 449.2035

             Installment loans, 675.280

             Insurance companies, 685B.090-685B.110, 686A.030-686A.055

             Land transactions, 645.215

             Livestock auctions, 573.100

             Manufactured buildings or homes, dealers and other licensees, 118B.225, 489.401

             Manufactured home parks, 118B.225

             Massage therapists, grounds for disciplinary action, 640C.700

             Medical devices, 585.170, 585.520, 585.530

             Motor vehicle dealers and rebuilders, 482.351, 490.410

             Motor vehicle fuel, 590.050

             Motor vehicle manufacturers and distributors, 482.36385

             Nuts, 587.610

             Optometrists, 629.076, 636.302

             Oriental medicine practitioners, 629.076, 634A.170

             Osteopathic physicians, 629.076, 633.131

             Penalties generally, 207.170-207.177, 598.0999

             Pesticides, 586.339

             Pharmacies, 629.076, 639.263

             Physicians, 629.076, 630.304

             Postsecondary educational institutions, private, 394.445, 394.640

             Savings and loan associations, 673.115

             Seeds, 587.111, 587.113

             Service contracts, 685B.090-685B.110, 690C.120

             Thrift companies, 677.660

             Time shares, 119A.700

             Trade practices generally, 598.0915-598.0925

             Vegetables, 587.610

      Fax machines, unsolicited transmission of advertisement unlawful, 207.325

      Film production in State, tax credit program, 360.758-360.7598

      Floral or ornamental products or services, providers or vendors, 598.0924

      Funeral establishments, 642.465, 642.470, 642.490

      Health care services, standards, 629.076

      Hearing aid specialists, 629.076, 637A.235

      High-interest loans, 604A.440, 604A.710

      Highways, commercial advertising along, 484B.313

      Hoax bombs, unlawful acts relating to, 202.263

      Housing, discriminatory notices prohibited, 118.100

      Imitation controlled substances, 453.332

      Industrial insurance solicitors, 616B.374, 616B.383

      Inland port authorities, powers, 277B.340

      Insurance administrators, 683A.087

      Insurance Product Regulation Commission, regulatory power, 687C.010 (Art. I), 687C.010 (Art. IV), 687C.010 (Art. VIII), 687C.010 (Art. XI)

      Interior designers, 623.360

      Junk dealers, 647.0193

      Land sales and transactions

             Approval of form and content, 119.180, 119.184

             False advertising, injunctions, 645.215

             News media, liability for publication or content of advertising, 119.210

             Reference to Real Estate Division or employees prohibited, 119.170

             Solicitation, ch. 599A

      Landscape architects, 623A.355, 623A.360

      Lease agreement with option to purchase, requirements for advertising, 597.090

      Legal advertisements, publication only in qualified newspapers, 238.030

      Malicious advertising, 206.200

      Massage therapists, unlawful acts, 640C.930

      Meat and meat food products and grade, 583.472

      Medical discount plans, 695H.100, 695H.170

      Mental health consortia, authority, 433B.337

      Monorail stations, commercial advertising, use of proceeds, 405.030, 484B.313

      Mortgage agents, 645B.187

      Mortgage brokers (See MORTGAGE BROKERS)

      Motor carriers (See MOTOR CARRIERS)

      Motor vehicle fuel, 590.050, 590.160-590.330

      Motor vehicles

             Bait and switch advertising prohibited, 482.351, 490.410

             Brokers, license required to advertise, prohibited acts, 482.3335

             Deceptive advertising by dealers or rebuilders, 482.351, 490.410

             Dynamic display on motor vehicles, restrictions, 484D.493

             Manufacturers or distributors, 482.36385

             Master key sets, 597.880

             Off-highway vehicles, 490.410

      Motor Vehicles, Department of, agreements for placement in certain buildings, 481.0513

      Musical performances, advertising false affiliation with recording group, 598.0922

      Nevada Magazine, authority to trade advertising services, 231.290

      Nonconforming outdoor structures, compensation for required removal or prohibition on routine maintenance, 278.0215

      Notaries public, 240.085

      Obscene material harmful to minors, unlawful acts, exemptions, 201.256-201.2655

      Optometrists, 629.076, 636.016, 636.302, 636.380

      Packaged commodities advertised with retail price stated, 581.315

      Pedestrian malls, use for advertising purposes, 268.813

      Pest control, 555.285

      Polygraphic examiners, 648.060, 648.148

      Power poles, unlawful to post sign, display or device, 704.638

      Private investigators, 648.060, 648.148

      Private patrol officers, 648.060, 648.148

      Process servers, 648.060, 648.148

      Prostitution, 201.430, 201.440

      Public works (See PUBLIC WORKS)

      Publicity, right of, 597.770-597.810

      Rangeland Resources Commission, promotion of livestock industry, 563.320

      Real estate licensees, 645.315

      Rental cars, 482.31565, 482.31575

      Repossessors, 648.060, 648.148

      Residential designers, 623.360

      Sales promotions, 598.131-598.139

      Sales taxes, advertisement of assumption or absorption of tax by retailer unlawful, 372.115, 372.205, 372.215, 374.120, 374.210, 374.220

      Savings and loan associations, 673.070, 673.112, 673.115

      School buses, commercial advertising authorized, fees, 387.800

      Secondhand dealers, 647.0193

      Securities, sales and advertising literature, 90.540, 90.560

      Security consultants, 648.060, 648.148

      Sexual disorders, advertising prevention, treatment or cures unlawful, 202.240

      State and counties, rate for official advertising, 238.070

      State buildings and grounds, unlawful, 331.200

      Storage facilities, restrictions on ads concerning climate control, 597.890

      Street banners, placement authorized, restrictions, 277A.310

      Street banners, prohibited acts, 484B.313

      Swimming pools and spas, residential, 624.945

      Taxicabs, 706.8831, 706.8833

      Telephone poles, unlawful to post sign, display or device, 704.638

      Time shares, 119A.700, 119A.702

      Title loans, 604A.440, 604A.710

      Tour brokers and operators, 598.471, 598.475

      Tourism, Division of, duties, 231.260

      Tow car operators, 706.285, 706.2855, 706.461, 706.758

      Trademarks, trade names and service marks, registration and use, ch. 600

      Traffic control signs, signals or markings, interference with prohibited, 484B.313

      Travel sellers, 598.365, 598.366

      Trust, unlawful use of word, 669.095, 669A.150

      Unfair trade practices, ch. 598A

      Viatical settlements, 688C.220, 688C.350-688C.430

      Warehouses, notice of sale to enforce lien, requirements, 104.7210

ADVISORY BOARDS, STATE (See STATE BOARDS)

ADVOCATE FOR CUSTOMERS OF PUBLIC UTILITIES (See CONSUMER’S ADVOCATE)

ADVOCATES FOR RESIDENTS OF FACILITIES FOR LONG-TERM CARE

      Appointment, powers and duties, 427A.125-427A.165

AERONAUTICS (See AIRCRAFT; AIRPORTS; AVIATION; HELICOPTERS)

AESTHETICIANS (See COSMETOLOGY)

AFFECTIONS, ALIENATION OF

      Cause of action abolished, 41.370-41.420

AFFIDAVITS

      Abandoned property, membership, 120A.560, 120A.590

      Abandoned residential property, requirements, 107.120, 107.130

      Abandoned vehicles, owner’s affidavit to Department of Motor Vehicles, 487.235

      Admissibility in evidence (See EVIDENCE)

      Bias or prejudice of judge or justice, 1.225, 1.235

      Burial of human remains, authorization to order, 451.024

      Business license applicants, industrial insurance coverage, 244.33505, 268.0955, 616A.405

      Charter school governing bodies, duties of members, 386.549

      Clemency hearings, power to take and certify affidavits, 213.050

      Clerks of courts, power to take, 3.300, 53.010

      Commissioner to take out-of-state affidavits, appointment, 53.020

      Common-interest communities, allegations of violations, 116.760, 116.765

      Complete, when, 199.190

      Condominium hotels, allegations of violations, 116B.885, 116B.890

      Construction defect actions, filing by attorney for complainant, 11.258, 11.259, 40.6884

      Controversy, submission to court without action, 29.010

      Court of Appeals judges, power to take and certify, 2A.220

      Cremation, authorization, 451.650

      Criminal proceedings, time for service of affidavits, 178.478

      Declarations, unsworn, use in lieu of affidavit, 53.045, 199.145

      Deed upon death transfers, death of grantor affidavit, form, 111.699

      Deeds of trust

             Abandoned residential property, 107.120, 107.130

             Authority to exercise power of sale, 107.080

      Deputy clerks of justice courts, power to take and certify, 4.350

      District court clerks, power to take and certify, 3.300

      District court judges, power to take and certify, 3.150, 213.050

      District courts generally, motions, DCR 13, DCR 14

      Divorce proceedings, local district court rules

             1st Judicial District, FJDCR 24

             2nd Judicial District, WDFCR 42, WDFCR 48

             8th Judicial District, EDCR 5.26, EDCR 5.32

             10th Judicial District, 10JDCR 24

      Election campaign reports, exemption from electronic filing, 294A.3733, 294A.3737

      Estates of $20,000 or less, transfer of assets, 146.080

      False or fictitious affidavits, perjury, 199.120-199.145

      Financial disclosure statements, exemption from electronic filing requirement, 281.572

      Financial institutions, use of certain affidavits in legal proceedings, 171.197, 172.137

      Foreign countries, affidavits taken in, 53.040

      Governmental services tax, transfer of veteran’s exemption to current spouse, 371.103

      Grand jury summons, procedures, 6.130, 6.132

      Indigent parties to civil actions for waiver of costs and fees, 12.015, 65.040

      Initiative petitions, circulator’s affidavit, 295.0575, 295.095, 295.205

      Judges, power to take, 53.010

      Judgment creditors

             Bank accounts of debtor, court order regarding money subject to execution, 21.107

             Recording of judgment or decree, 17.150, 17.214

      Justices of the peace, power to take and certify, 4.180, 53.010, 73.015

      Landlord and tenant, notice to terminate lease due to domestic violence, form, 118A.347

      Local improvement projects, publication regarding modification hearings, 271.642

      Marriage licenses or certificates, loss or correction, 122.045, 122.130, 122.135

      Marriages, affidavits regarding authority to solemnize, 122.064, 122.066, 122.0665, 122.068

      Mechanics’ liens, exception to surety or surety bond, 108.2425

      Millennium Scholarship, declaration of eligibility, 396.930

      Minors, applications for driver’s license, 62E.260

      Motions

             8th Judicial District Court, EDCR 2.21, EDCR 5.26, EDCR 5.32

             9th Judicial District Court, NJDCR 7

      Municipal judges, power to take and certify, 5.040

      Notaries public, power to take, 53.010, 73.015, 213.050

      Osteopathic physicians, licensing requirements, 633.471, 633.491

      Other state or territory, affidavits taken in, 53.020, 53.030

      Podiatric physicians, licensure, 635.050, 635.065, 635.075, 635.130

      Private schools, affirmation of insurance coverage, 394.245

      Private transfer fee obligations, requirements, enforcement, 111.870, 111.875

      Property owners, possessors or occupants, 171.197, 172.135, 172.137

      Public works, preference in bidding, 338.0117, 338.1389, 338.147, 338.173

      Records of regularly conducted activities, certificate of custodian, 52.260

      Referendum petitions, circulator’s affidavit, 295.0575, 295.095, 295.140, 295.205

      Small claims actions, acknowledgment, 73.015, JCRCP 89

      Summary proceedings, contents and filing of affidavits, 29A.050

      Supreme Court Clerk, power to take and certify, 2.280

      Supreme Court justices, power to take and certify, 2.190

      Tax increment areas, verification of notice, 278C.180-278C.200

      Title loans, customer affidavits required, 604A.450

      University schools for profoundly gifted pupils, members of governing body, 392A.080

      Unsworn declarations, use in lieu of affidavit, 53.045, 199.145

      Vehicles rebuilt, reconstructed or specially constructed, requirements, 482.223

      Wills

             Contests, 137.070

             Self-proving affidavits, 53.350, 133.050, 133.055, 136.160

AFFINITY (See generally KINDRED AND NEXT OF KIN)

AFFIRMATIONS (See OATHS AND AFFIRMATIONS)

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

      Apprenticeship programs, requirements, 610.144

      Employment practices, preferential treatment not required based on existing imbalance, 613.400

AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES (See DEFENSES)

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

      Account for Low-Income Housing

             Administration, 319.500, 319.510

             Creation, investment, 319.500

             Real property transfer taxes, deposit of portion of proceeds, 375.070

             Recipients of money from Account, requirements for, 319.520

             Use and distribution of money, 319.143, 319.510, 319.520

      Aging and Disability Services Division, reports from certain owners, 319.267

      Cities

             Conveyance of property to nonprofit organization for development, 268.058, 278.235

             Planning commissions, duties, 268.190

             Revenue bonds, financing projects, 268.512-268.568

      Community redevelopment, ch. 279

      Counties

             Conveyance to nonprofit organization for development, 244.287, 278.235

             Powers generally, 244.189

             Revenue bonds, financing projects, 244A.669-244A.763

      Database of low-income housing, 319.143

      Definitions

             Affordable housing, 278.0105

             Low-income household, 279.397

      Emergency assistance to needy families with children, 319.510

      Energy assistance programs

             Financing of equipment and materials for conservation of energy, 319.235

             Fund for Energy Assistance and Conservation, use, 702.170, 702.250-702.280

             Lower Income Solar Energy Pilot Program, creation, 704.786

             Program to increase efficiency of energy used in dwellings, administration, 319.145

      Eviction (For specific provisions, see EVICTION)

             Controlled substance violations by tenants, 40.2514, 40.253, 40.254, 315.011-315.071

             Summary proceedings, 40.215-40.425, JCRCP 101-JCRCP 110

      Financing, assistance for, 315.9981-315.99874, ch. 319

      Firearms, unlawful discharge, 202.285, 202.287

      HOME Investment Partnership Act, administration by Housing Division, 319.145

      Housing Authorities Law of 1947, 315.140-315.7813

      Housing credit agency for State of Nevada, Housing Division designated as, 319.145

      Insurance, program to jointly self-insure and jointly purchase insurance or re-insurance, 315.725, 679A.160

      Master plans, contents of housing plan, measures to carry out plan, 278.160, 278.235

      Nevada Rural Housing Authority, 315.961-315.99874

      Property managers, applicability of real estate licensees’ laws, 645.240

      Property tax, exemption for certain qualified projects, 361.082

      Real property transfer taxes, use of proceeds for development of housing, 375.070

      Rehabilitation of property in residential neighborhoods, ch. 279A, ch. 279B

      State policy, 279.425

      Tax-delinquent property acquired by local government for purposes of, 361.603

      Tax revenue, certain cities to set aside percentage for housing, 279.685

      Termination of housing assistance, 315.007

      Zoning regulations to be designed to ensure development of affordable housing, 278.250

AFFRAY (See also DISTURBING THE PEACE)

      Municipal court jurisdiction, 266.555

      Sheriff to quiet and suppress, 248.090

      Unlawful, 203.050

AFRICAN AMERICANS (See MINORITIES)

AGE

      Alcohol, purchasing, possessing, importing or selling, 202.020, 202.055, 369.490

      Black powder and smokeless gunpowder, unlawful distribution, penalty, 476.220

      Blood donation, consent of parent or guardian, 460.040

      Boating

             Operator and observer in vessel towing person, 488.570

             Personal flotation devices, passengers less than 13 years of age, 488.575

             Personal watercraft, operation, 488.580

      Checks, bank deposits and collections, 104.4404

      Child support, age when order ceases, 125.510

      Child welfare services, continuation after child reaching 18 years of age, 432B.591-432B.595

      Cigarettes, sales or distributions, 202.2493, 202.24935

      County assessors, deputies, 250.060

      County clerks, deputies, 246.030

      County recorders, deputies, 247.040

      County treasurers, deputies, 249.060

      Crime committed when less than 16 years old, parole of certain offenders, 213.1215

      Death sentence, prohibition, 176.025

      Discrimination (See also DISCRIMINATION)

             Declaration of public policy, 233.010

             Insurance, discrimination on sole basis of age prohibited, 687B.390, 687B.400

             Local government employers, discrimination based on age prohibited, 288.270

             Nevada System of Higher Education, admission of students, 396.530

             Public employment, 281.370, 284.150, 288.270

             Public works employment, 338.125

             Services to aging persons, 427A.010

             Study of problems by Nevada Equal Rights Commission, 233.140, 233.150

             Unlawful employment practices, 613.310-613.435

      Drivers’ education, 389.090, 483.723

      Driver’s licenses or permits, 483.250-483.2529, 483.330

      Electors, Art. 2 § 1, 293.485

      Health care services, consent by minors, 129.030

      High school equivalency assessment, eligibility to take, 385.448

      Identification cards, issuance, 483.810, 483.820, 483.860

      Intoxicating liquors, purchasing, possessing, importing or selling, 202.020, 202.055, 369.490

      Judges and justices, retirement if age interferes with performance, 1.4653

      Judicial emancipation of minors, 129.080-129.140

      Jury duty, exemptions, 6.020

      Juvenile justice

             Certification of child for criminal proceedings as adult, 62B.390, 62B.400

             Child and Family Services, Division of, commitment of child to custody of, 62E.520

             Commitment of child to public or private institution, 62E.510, 63.440

             Detention in adult facilities, 62C.030

             Driver’s license, suspension or delay in issuance, 62E.430

             Exemption of child from mandatory school attendance, 62E.140

             Jurisdiction of juvenile court

                   Offenders apprehended after reaching 21 years of age, procedures, 62B.335

                   Restrictions, generally, 62B.330

                   Retention until child reaches 21 years of age, 62B.410

             Residence without immediate supervision of adult, 62E.140

             Restitution through work, participation in programs, 62C.210, 62E.600

             Sealing juvenile records, 62H.130-62H.150, 62H.170

             State detention facilities

                   Commitment to facilities, 62E.510, 63.440

                   Discharge of child, 63.790

             Summons, process or notice, authority to serve, 62C.310

             Transfer of cases to juvenile court, 62B.370

             Victim or witness less than 16 years of age, authority to expedite or continue proceedings, 62D.300, 62D.320

      Legislative office, qualifications, 218A.200

      Life without possibility of parole, restrictions, 176.025

      Livestock brands and marks, amendment of ownership records, 564.075

      Luring a child, acts constituting, penalty, 201.560

      Majority, age of, 129.010

      Marriage

             Lack of consent cause for annulment, 125.320

             License, proof of age, 122.040

             Persons at least 16 years of age but less than 18 years of age, 122.020

             Persons capable of marriage, 122.020

             Persons less than 16 years of age, 122.025

      Medical records, retention by provider of health care, 629.051

      Motor vehicle insurance, reduction of premiums for certain drivers, 690B.029

      Personal identifying information of another, possession to establish false proof of age, penalty, 205.465

      Personal watercraft, age requirement for operation, 488.580

      Protective custody of child, limitations on placement, 432B.3905, 432B.480, 432B.510

      Public school pupils

             Attendance requirements, 392.040, 392.110, 392.215

             Charter school pupils, 386.550

             Confidentiality of education records, rights of pupils, notice, 392.029

             Developmental screening tests, requirements, 392.040

             Disabilities, pupils with

                   Admission to special programs, 388.475

                   Special education and related services, eligibility for benefits, 395.020

                   Transfer of certain rights upon attaining 18 years of age, 388.492, 388.493

             Drivers’ education, restrictions, 389.090

             Eligibility for enrollment, 392.040

             False statements by parents or guardians unlawful, 392.215

             Foster care children, program of school choice, 392B.120

             Gifted and talented pupils, definition, admission to special programs, 388.440, 388.475

      Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, disability of minority removed, 129.020

      Smoking, authorized areas, loitering by minors prohibited, 202.2483

      Summons for arrest, age of person with whom it may be left, 171.122

      Tobacco, sales or distributions, 202.2493, 202.24935

      Voting, age qualifications, Art. 2 § 9, 293.485

AGED PERSONS

      AARP

             Advisory Committee on Nursing Assistants and Medication Aides, representation, 632.072

             Medicaid program for prescription drugs, duties, 422.4055

      Abuse, neglect, exploitation or isolation (See also Crimes committed against, this heading)

             Action by victim to recover damages for personal injuries, 41.1395

             Aging and Disability Services Division, duties, 200.5098

             Arrest of person criminally responsible, 200.50955

             Attendant to provide support for witness during testimony, 178.571

             Civil penalties, 228.280

             Compensation to victims, 217.010-217.270

             Conspiracy to commit, penalty, restitution, 200.50995

             Definitions, 41.1395, 200.5092, 200.50925

             Financial institutions, reports of exploitation

                   Banks and other depository institutions, 657.220-657.290

                   Credit unions, 678.767-678.779

                   Savings and loan associations, 673.773-673.807

                   Thrift companies, 677.673-677.707

             Group care facilities

                   Suspension or revocation of license for unlawful acts, 449.172, 449.174

                   Training of personnel in recognition and prevention of abuse, 449.089, 449.093

             Guardians

                   Commission of offense grounds for disqualification, 159.059

                   Suspected violations, petition for removal, 200.50986

             Hate crimes, civil liability, criminal penalty, 41.690, 193.1675, 207.185

             Immunities from liability, 200.5096

             Injunctions against, 228.275

             Investigations, 200.5093, 200.5096, 228.270

             Manufactured home parks, grounds for termination of tenancy, 118B.200

             Medical facilities

                   Suspension or revocation of license for unlawful acts, 449.174

                   Training of personnel in recognition and prevention of abuse, 449.089, 449.093

            Medical records, availability for investigations, 441A.220, 629.061

             Murder, first degree, 200.030

             Peace officers, training in handling of cases, 289.510

             Penalties, 200.5099

             Policy of State, 200.5091

             Privileged communications, prohibitions, 49.2549

             Prosecution, 228.270

             Records of alleged victim, inspection, 200.50984

             Reports

                   Admissibility, 200.5097

                   Confidentiality, permitted or required disclosure, 200.5095, 200.50982, 200.50984, 228.270

                   Contents, 200.5094

                   Failure to report

                          Investigation and prosecution, 228.270

                          Penalty, 200.5093

                   Financial institutions (See Financial institutions, reports of exploitation, this heading)

                   Immunity from liability, 200.5096

                   Mandatory and voluntary, 200.5093

                   Toll-free telephone number for reports, 200.5093

             Repository for Information Concerning Crimes Against Older Persons, 179A.450, 200.5093

             Restitution, 200.5099, 200.50995

             Specialist for the Rights of Elderly Persons, 427A.122-427A.1236, 427A.175

             Teams for provision of assistance, operation, 200.5098

      Aging and Disability Services Division (See HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF)

      All-inclusive care program

             Community Advocate for Elder Rights, duties, 427A.310

             Establishment and administration, 427A.255-427A.280

      Alzheimer’s disease, licensing and operation of care facilities, 449.0302

      Assisted living facilities (See RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES FOR GROUPS)

      Care needs, assistance in determining, development of brochure and website, 449.2488

      Civil actions, preference in setting date for trial, 16.025

      Coercion respecting membership in organization for the aged prohibited, 281.400

      Communicable disease records, disclosure in action for abuse, 441A.220

      Community Advocate for Elder Rights, Office of, creation, duties, 427A.300, 427A.310

      Community-based services for frail elderly persons

             Community Advocate for Elder Rights, duties, 427A.310

             Establishment and administration of program, 427A.250-427A.280

             Frail elderly person defined, 427A.029

             Nevada Commission on Aging, duties, 427A.038

             Nevada Commission on Services for Persons With Disabilities, duties, 427A.1217

      Community development, projects to remove barriers, 268.757

      Credit reporting agencies, fees for certain requests by older persons prohibited, 598C.320

      Crimes committed against (See also Abuse, neglect, exploitation or isolation, this heading)

             Additional penalty imposed, 193.167, 193.169

             Deceptive trade practices, civil penalty, recovery, 598.0933, 598.0973-598.0977

             Embezzlement, civil penalties, 228.280

             Habitually fraudulent felon, definition, punishment, 207.014

             Hate crimes, civil liability, criminal penalties, 41.690, 193.1675, 207.185

             Identity theft (See also IDENTITY THEFT)

                   Aged person as victim, 41.1345, 205.463-205.465

             Obtaining money or property by false pretenses, civil penalties, 228.280

             Pickpocketing, civil penalties, 228.280

             Restitution as condition of parole or probation, 176A.120, 213.1216

             Taking money or property from elderly in circumstances not amounting to robbery, 205.270

             Telemarketing, unlawful acts directed toward aged, 599B.270-599B.300

             Unit for the Investigation and Prosecution of Crimes Against Older Persons, 200.5093, 228.250-228.290

             Work cards for senior complexes, issuance, restrictions, 118A.335

      Dairy products, discounts, 584.419, 584.569

      Day care facilities (See also MEDICAL FACILITIES AND RELATED ENTITIES)

             Abuse (See Abuse, neglect, exploitation or isolation, this heading)

             Background investigations, 449.089, 449.119-449.125

             Complaints, 449.0307, 449.160, 449.2486

             County Economic Development Revenue Bond Law, use of proceeds, 244A.669-244A.763

             Definition, 449.004

             Disciplinary action, 449.160-449.179

             Enforcement of laws, expenditures, recovery of costs, 449.0306, 449.0308

             Facility for the dependent, inclusion as, 449.0045

             Inspections, 449.0307, 449.131-449.133

             Licensing

                   Application, filing, contents, 449.040

                   Denial, 449.160, 449.170, 449.174

                   Exemptions, 449.0301

                   Expiration and renewal, 449.089

                   Fees, deposit, 449.0306, 449.050

                   Form and contents of license, 449.085

                   Investigations, 449.0307

                   Issuance, validity and transferability, 449.080

                   Provisional license, 449.091

                   Requirement, 449.030

                   Revocation, 449.160, 449.170, 449.174

                   Standards, qualifications and other regulations, 449.0302

                   Suspension, 449.160, 449.163, 449.170, 449.174

             Medical records (See also MEDICAL RECORDS)

                   Suspension of license or cessation of operation, procedures following, 449.171

             Notice regarding care and services provided, posting, 449.2487

             Patients and prospective patients, provision of information to, 449.160, 449.2486

             Prohibited acts, penalties, 449.220-449.240

             Prosecution of violations, 449.240

             Residential facilities for groups, certain referrals unlawful, 449.209

             Temporary employment service employees, duties, 449.123-449.125

             Training of personnel in recognition and prevention of abuse, 449.089, 449.093

             Unlicensed operation, 449.0308, 449.210, 449.220

      Discrimination (See AGE)

      Driver’s licenses, fees, 483.410

      Driving, reports by relatives of inability to operate vehicle safely, 483.363

      Employment in senior housing, issuance of employee work cards, 118A.335

      Family resource centers, duties, 430A.160

      Fishing licenses, issuance, 502.077, 502.245

      Gerovital H3 (See DRUGS)

      Health insurance, counseling program, 679B.127

      Housing needs, assistance in determining, development of brochure and website, 449.2488

      Hunting, 502.245, 502.300

      Identification cards (See IDENTIFICATION CARDS)

      In home care, funding for, 439.630

      Independent living needs, funding for, 439.630

      Jury duty

             Exemption for persons over certain age, 6.020

             Temporary exemption for certain caregivers, 6.030

      Lease of dwelling

             Employees of certain landlords, work cards, 118A.335

             Eviction proceedings, extension of period of possession on request, 40.251

             Manufactured home parks (See Manufactured home parks, this heading)

             Termination of tenancy due to physical or mental disability or death, rights, 118A.340

      Legal aid programs (See LEGAL AID PROGRAMS)

      Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens, Veterans and Adults With Special Needs, 218E.745-218E.760

      Long-term care

             Complaints against facilities, investigation, 427A.135-427A.155, 427A.175

             Group care facilities (See RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES FOR GROUPS)

             Intermediate care facilities (See MEDICAL FACILITIES AND RELATED ENTITIES)

             Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, 427A.125-427A.165

             Skilled nursing facilities (See MEDICAL FACILITIES AND RELATED ENTITIES)

      Manufactured home parks

             Abuse or molestation, grounds for termination of tenancy, 118B.200

             Adult parks, change to or restrictions of, 118B.130

             Rent, discounts authorized, 118B.150

             Rental agreements, provisions regarding occupancy, 118B.040

      Missing Endangered Older Persons, Statewide Alert System for the Safe Return of

             False statements causing activation, penalty, 207.285

             Generally, 427A.862-427A.870

      Motor vehicle insurance

             Cancellation or nonrenewal on sole basis of age prohibited, 687B.390

             Discrimination on sole basis of age prohibited, 687B.400

             Reduction of premiums for certain drivers, 690B.029

      Nevada Commission on Aging, 427A.032-427A.038

      Nevada Silver Haired Legislative Forum (See NEVADA SILVER HAIRED LEGISLATIVE FORUM)

      Nurses, training in geriatrics and gerontology, 632.343

      Nursing Assistants and Medication Aides, Advisory Committee on, representation, 632.072

      Nutrition programs, 386.415, 387.112

      PACE program

             Community Advocate for Elder Rights, duties, 427A.310

             Establishment and administration, 427A.255-427A.280

      Personal care services in the home, agencies to provide (See PERSONAL CARE SERVICES IN THE HOME, AGENCIES TO PROVIDE)

      Physicians and physician assistants, training in geriatrics and gerontology, 630.253

      Prescriptions and pharmaceutical services

             Administration of laws, 439.655, 439.660

             Amount of subsidies, 439.665

             Confidentiality of information, 439.690

             Contracts for provision of insurance coverage, 439.665

             Definitions, 439.635-439.650

             Eligibility for subsidies, 439.665

             Fund for a Healthy Nevada, grants for services, 439.630, 439.665

             Requests for subsidies, filing, approval or denial, 439.670-439.680

             Revocation of subsidy and payment of restitution, 439.685

      Property tax (For general provisions, see PROPERTY TAX)

             Dissemination of information by county assessors, 361.0435

             Housing, exemption for certain property used for, 361.086, 361.157

      Public guardians (See PUBLIC GUARDIANS)

      Public transportation

             Certificate of public convenience and necessity or permit, exemptions, 706.745

             Fully regulated carrier may give free or reduced rates, 706.351

             Governmental services tax exemption for certain vehicles, 371.100

             Public utilities, free or discounted transportation authorized, 704.140

             Services provided by public transit system, 377A.130

             Taxicab transportation program, 427A.070, 706.88182, 706.8825

      Residential facilities for groups (See RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES FOR GROUPS)

      Respite care or relief for informal caretakers, funding, 439.630

      Securities industry (See also SECURITIES)

             Unethical or dishonest practices, 90.425

      SenioRx, 439.630-439.690

      Services for elderly persons

             211 system for information and referrals, 232.359

             Aging and Disability Services Division, duties, 427A.040

             Community Advocate for Elder Rights, Office of, duties, 427A.300, 427A.310

             Federal aid, 427A.080-427A.100

             Grants Management Advisory Committee, representation, 232.383

             Nevada Commission on Aging, duties, 427A.038

             Specialist for the Rights of Elderly Persons, duties, 427A.122-427A.1236, 427A.175

             State agency to administer federal grants, 427A.050

             State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, duties, 427A.125-427A.165

      Services for persons with disabilities (See DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH)

      Shelters, applicability of property tax to public property used for, 361.157

      Small business start-ups, funding of loan program, 612.607

      Specialist for the Rights of Elderly Persons

             Complaint for damage to patient’s property, investigation and settlement, 427A.175

             Powers and duties, 427A.122-427A.1236

      State parks, annual permits, 407.065

      State supplementary assistance

             Administration of program, 422A.255

             Assistance not assignable or subject to process or bankruptcy law, 422.291, 422A.325

             Confidential information, 422.290, 422A.320

             Contested cases, 422A.275-422A.300

             Definition, 422A.070

             Denial, reduction, discontinuance or termination, 422A.365, 422A.475

             Domestic violence victims, identification and referral to support services, 422A.350

             Foreign citizens, eligibility for benefits, 422A.085

             Forms, 422.280, 422A.305

             Fraud to obtain, 422.410, 422A.465, 422A.700

             Future amending and repealing acts, assistance subject to, 422.292, 422A.330

             Public assistance defined to include, 422A.065

             Recovery of benefits paid, reimbursements, 422A.3352

             Spouses’ financial responsibility, 422A.460-422A.475

      Supplemental Security Income Program

             Agreements with Federal Government to carry out program, 422A.255

             Definition, 422A.075

      Taxes for facilities and services for senior citizens

             Douglas County, Special & Local Acts Volume

             Special tax, ch. 377A

      Voting (For general provisions, see ELECTIONS)

             Absent voting, 293.309, 293.313, 293.316, 293.3165

             Accessibility of polling place, ballot and election materials, 293.2955, 293.565

             Assistance at polls, 293.296

             Information and materials, provision in useable format on request, 293.468, 293.469

             Polling place in retirement communities, establishment, 293.2735

             Registration at home by field registrar, 293.5237

             Specially equipped voting devices at centralized locations, 293.2955, 293.565

             Voter registration agencies, designation, duties, prohibited acts, 293.504-293.505

      Witnesses in criminal trial or hearing, use of depositions, 174.175

AGENTS

      Athletes’ Agents Act, Uniform, 398.400-398.620

      Bail (See BAIL AGENTS, ENFORCEMENT AGENTS AND SOLICITORS)

      Bank deposits and collections, 104.4201

      Bills of lading, through bills, 104.7302

      Boats, agents to award certificates of number, 488.115

      Bullion dealers (See SECURITIES)

      Check-cashing services, 604A.200, 604A.440

      Clerk of court, NRAP 8(b), NRCP 65.1, JCRCP 65.1, JCRCP 73B(b)

      Commercial bribery defined, penalty, 207.295

      Construction controls, 627.200

      Controlled substances (See CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES)

      Corporations (See CORPORATIONS)

      Deferred deposit loans, 604A.200, 604A.440, 604A.500

      Documents of title, rights acquired by due negotiation, 104.7502

      Employment agents, fraudulent representations unlawful, 613.020

      Escrow agents (See ESCROW AGENTS AND AGENCIES)

      Felonies, additional penalty for use of minor in commission of, 193.162, 193.169

      Fiduciary security transfers, 162.150-162.250

      Fishing, license agents, 502.040

      Foreign banks, state branch or agency as agent for affiliated institution, 666A.170

      General improvement districts, employment, 318.180, 318.185

      Graft unlawful, 613.110

      High-interest loans, 604A.200, 604A.440, 604A.500

      Hunting, license agents, 502.040

      Injunction binding on, NRCP 65(d)

      Insurance (See INSURANCE AGENTS)

      Interstate banking, depository institution as agent for affiliated institution, 666.390

      Issuer defined, documents of title, 104.7102

      Issuers of instruments for transmission or payment of money, 671.090

      Livestock and farm products agents (See LIVESTOCK AND FARM PRODUCTS DEALERS AND OTHER LICENSEES)

      Meat and poultry, violations imputed to business entity, 583.495

      Mortgage (See MORTGAGE AGENTS)

      Motor carriers, agents to issue temporary permits, 481.051

      Motor clubs (See MOTOR CLUBS)

      Motor vehicle registration, 482.160, 482.180

      Partnerships

             Uniform Partnership Act, 87.040, 87.090, 87.160

             Uniform Partnership Act (1997), 87.4325, 87.4327, 87.4332

      Postsecondary educational institutions, 394.465-394.475

      Power of attorney (See POWERS OF ATTORNEY)

      Prescriptions, transmission to pharmacist, 639.2353, 639.2355

      Public offense, commission of, jurisdiction over defendant, 171.015

      Real estate (See REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND SALESPERSONS)

      Real property, instruments may be subscribed by, 111.020

      Refusal to comply with court order, effect, NRCP 37(b)(2), JCRCP 37(b)(2)

      Registered agents (See REGISTERED AGENTS)

      Security broker-dealers (See SECURITIES)

      Seller under Uniform Commercial Code, 104.2707

      Service of process (See also PROCESS)

             County clerk, 143.190

             Dance studios, 598.944

             Foreign banks, 666A.120

             Health clubs, 598.944

             Probate proceedings, 143.190

             Real Estate Administrator as agent, 645.495, 645C.367, 645C.660

             Secretary of State as agent (See SECRETARY OF STATE)

             Securities Division as agent, 90.770, 91.290

             Telemarketing registrants, 599B.210

      Title loans, 604A.200, 604A.440, 604A.500

      Towns, licensing and regulation of agents, 269.170-269.173

      Trapping, license agents, 502.040

      Trustees, delegation of functions, duties, immunities, 164.770

      Unemployment Compensation Law, applicability, 612.142

      Uniform Commercial Code, supplementary principles of law, 104.1103

      Utilization review, agents who perform, 683A.375-683A.379

AGGRIEVED PARTIES (See APPEALS)

AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES DIVISION (See HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF)

AGING, NEVADA COMMISSION ON

      Audit by Legislative Auditor, 232B.235

      Computers, establishment of written policy on appropriate use, 242.300

      Creation, 427A.032

      Employees, 427A.036

      Gifts or grants, procedure for acceptance, 353.335-353.339

      Grants Management Advisory Committee, representation, 232.383

      Healthy Nevada, Fund for a, receipt of reports, 439.630

      Legislative review of public agencies, ch. 232B

      Meetings, ch. 241, 427A.034

      Members, 232A.020, 427A.032, 427A.036

      Powers and duties, 427A.038

      Regulations for governance, 427A.034

      Subcommittees and advisory committees, 427A.034, 427A.036

      Sunset Subcommittee, review of Commission, 232B.220-232B.250

AGISTORS’ LIENS

      Generally, 108.540-108.570

AGREED CASE

      Affidavits required, 29.010

      Appeal, 29.030

      Submission of controversy without action, 29.010

AGREEMENT ON DETAINERS

      Fees paid to officers and agents of Nevada, payment, 179.225

      Generally, 178.620

AGREEMENTS (See COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS; CONTRACTS; COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS, PUBLIC AGENCIES)

AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS

      Bylaws, 547.100

      County financial assistance, 547.120-547.160

      Directors, 232A.020, 547.030-547.060

      Exhibitions and special events, agricultural status of property unaffected, 547.115

      Fiscal year, 547.070

      Formation, 547.020

      Horse racing

             Exemptions

                   Bond, 466.1045

                   Licenses, 466.090

                   State license fee, 466.120

                   Taxes, 466.125

             Preferential dates awarded, 466.104

             Purses, use of appropriated money prohibited, 547.130, 547.150

             Tax proceeds, distribution, 466.080

      Livestock exhibitions, 547.090, 547.110-547.120

      Medium-term obligations, acquisition, 350.087-350.095, 355.130, 547.090

      Name, 547.020

      Officers, 547.030

      Powers, 547.090

      President, 547.030, 547.040

      Property owned or leased by association, agricultural status unaffected by exhibitions and special events, 547.115

      Seal, 547.090

      Secretary, 547.030-547.060, 547.100

      State institutions, designation as, 547.080

      Tax for preservation and promotion of agriculture, ch. 377A

      Treasurer, 547.030, 547.040, 547.100

AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS (For districts generally, see DISTRICTS)

      District boards of agriculture

             Members, appointment and number, 232A.020, 547.030, 547.040

             Organization, reports, 547.050

             Powers, 547.100

             Vacancies, 547.060

      Enumeration, 547.010

      False claims, presentation unlawful, 197.160, ch. 357

      Interlocal Cooperation Act, 277.080-277.180

      Nevada Fair of Mineral Industries, conduct by, 551.010

      Sovereign immunity waived, 41.0305-41.039

      Tax for preservation and promotion of agriculture, ch. 377A

AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICES (See NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION)

AGRICULTURAL MINERALS (For specific provisions, see FERTILIZERS)

      Generally, ch. 588

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS (See AGRICULTURE)

AGRICULTURAL REAL PROPERTY, TAXES ON

      Agricultural associations, status of agricultural land unaffected by certain uses, 547.115

      Agricultural use defined, 361A.030

      Appeals, 361A.160, 361A.265, 361A.273

      Assessment of agricultural property

             Application

                   Action by county assessor or Department of Taxation, 361A.120

                   County assessor, application to, 361A.100

                   Filing, contents and execution, 361A.110

             Determination of use

                   Appeals, 361A.160

                   Legislative authority, Art. 10 § 1

                   Procedure, 361A.120

             Determination of value for agricultural use, 361A.130

             Disqualification, 361A.150

      Cessation of agricultural use, notification to county assessor, penalty for failure to notify, 361A.270, 361A.283

      Classification and valuation of land, 361.325, 361A.140

      Conversion to higher use

             Deferred tax and penalties, payment, Art. 10 § 1, 361A.265, 361A.280, 361A.283

             Definition, 361A.031

             Determination of conversion, notice, 361A.271

             Determination of taxable value, 361A.277

             Disqualification of property for agricultural use assessment, 361A.150

             Lien created, 361A.286

             Notification by owner to county assessor, 361A.270

             Parcel created after secured tax roll closed, 361A.265

             Portion of parcel, recording and transmittal of survey, 361A.270

      Definition, 361A.020

      Disqualification for agricultural use assessment, 361A.150

      Legislative authority, Art. 10 § 1

      Legislative declaration, 361A.090

      Lien for deferred tax and penalty, 361A.286

      Personal liability for deferred taxes, 361A.290

      Priority of taxes and related liens, 360.480

      Residence, determination of value of land covered by, 361A.140

      Sale or transfer of property receiving assessment, 361A.286, 361A.290

AGRICULTURE

      Agricultural commodities, quarantine, ch. 554, 561.295

      Agricultural minerals, ch. 588

      Agricultural products

             Agricultural field agents and inspectors, peace officer powers, 289.290

             Appeals to State Quarantine Officer, 587.420

             Brokers (See LIVESTOCK AND FARM PRODUCTS DEALERS AND OTHER LICENSEES)

             Certificates as prima facie evidence, 587.430

             Classification, 587.360, 587.420-587.450

             Commodities, purchases and sales, ch. 91

             Condition, 587.360, 587.420-587.450

             Containers, unlawful use, 587.450

             Contract for sale of goods, recording, 104.2107

             County inspections, 587.370

             Dairy products (See BUTTER; DAIRIES AND DAIRY PRODUCTS; MILK AND CREAM)

             Dealers (See LIVESTOCK AND FARM PRODUCTS DEALERS AND OTHER LICENSEES)

             Definition, 576.0155, 587.290

             Farm-to-fork events, 446.0145, 446.868, 446.869

             Farmers’ markets, 244.336-244.338, 268.091-268.093, 576.128

             Fraudulent representations, 587.450

             Fruit (See FRUIT)

             Garlic growers (See GARLIC AND ONION GROWERS)

             Grades, 587.360, 587.420-587.450

             Grain (See GRAIN)

             Growing crops

                   Contract for sale, 104.2107

                   Defined as goods, Uniform Commercial Code, 104.2105

                   Insurable interest of buyer, 104.2501

             Honey (See BEES AND BEEHIVES)

             Inspection, 587.360, 587.420

             Licensed inspectors, 587.380-587.386, 587.395

             Liens, 108.880-108.896

             Meat (See MEAT)

             Nuts, transportation and sales, 587.460-587.660

             Onion growers (See GARLIC AND ONION GROWERS)

             Organic crops, 587.700-587.830

             Plant Industry Program, funding and expenditures, 375.026, 561.355

             Quality, 587.360, 587.420-587.450

             Secured transactions, definitions, 104.9102

             Seeds (See SEEDS)

             Standards, 587.290-587.450

             Uniform Commercial Code, application to sales, 104.2102

             Vegetables (See VEGETABLES)

             Warehouse receipts, 104.7201

             Width of load of loosely piled agricultural products, restriction, 484D.705

             Wildlife, Department of, sales, 504.147

      Air pollution control ordinances, exemptions, 244.361, 268.410

      Aquatic agriculture, regulation, 561.301

      Central Nevada Resource Development Authority, Special & Local Acts Volume

      College of Agriculture, establishment, Art. 11 § 4

      County agricultural demonstration farms and plots, ch. 553

      Crop dusting (See PESTICIDES—Application by aircraft or ground equipment)

      Crops (See CROPS)

      Department of Agriculture (See AGRICULTURE, STATE DEPARTMENT OF)

      Execution, property of farmer exempt, 21.090

      Experiment station (See NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION)

      Extension work (See NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION)

      Farm loan bonds, investment of state money, 355.120

      Farm machinery and equipment

             Agreements between dealers and suppliers

                   Dealer inventory

                          Inspection before shipment, 597.117

                          Repurchase by supplier, 597.1153, 597.116-597.1167

                          Retention by dealer upon termination of agreement, 597.1153

                          Return of surplus parts, credits, 597.1147

                          Security interest of supplier, 597.117

                   Death of dealer, procedures following, 597.1167

                   Definitions, 597.112-597.114

                   Enforcement, 597.1173

                   Injunctive relief, 597.1173

                   Liability of supplier, 597.1163, 597.1173

                   Prohibited acts, 597.115, 597.1177, 597.118

                   Reserve account for recourse, retail sale or lease contracts, debits, reports, 597.1157

                   Termination or nonrenewal, restrictions, notice, 597.1143, 597.115, 597.1153, 597.1173

                   Terms, substantial changes restricted, 597.1143, 597.115, 597.1173

                   Void provisions, 597.118

                   Waiver of rights, obligations or liability, 597.118

                   Warranties, claims, reimbursements for work performed, 597.1177

             Farm tractor defined, 482.035, 483.070, 484D.015

             Farm vehicle defined, 482.036, 482.162, 706.071

             Height of load of baled hay transported on highway, limitation, 484D.605

             Implement of husbandry defined, 484D.020

             License plates and decals, issuance, requirements, 482.276

             Licensing and registration, exemption, 482.210

             Lights and reflectors, 484D.170

             Motor carriers (See also MOTOR CARRIERS)

                   Exemption of certain vehicles and transportation from laws, 706.736

                   Weighing of vehicles, 706.276

             Motor vehicle insurance and financial responsibility, exemption, 485.050

             Permit to drive, stop or park oversize vehicle on highway, exemption, 484D.600

             Sales tax exemptions, 372.281, 372.7263, 374.2861, 374.7273

             Slow moving vehicle emblem, display, 484D.545

             Special fuel, operation on highway of equipment containing dyed fuel, 366.203

             Stolen vehicles, law enforcement inspections to locate, 480.610

             Warranties, claims, 597.1177

             Width of implements, applicability of laws, restrictions relating to movement on highways, 484D.705

      Farm mortgage loans from state money, 355.120

      Farm operation defined, highway and road laws, 408.057

      Farm products brokers, dealers and commission merchants (See LIVESTOCK AND FARM PRODUCTS DEALERS AND OTHER LICENSEES)

      Farm-to-fork events, 446.0145, 446.868, 446.869

      Farmers (See FARMERS AND RANCHERS)

      Federal Agricultural Mortgage Association, state investments, 355.140

      Field agents and inspectors, peace officer powers, 289.290

      Financial aid to industry, State authorized to enter into agreements, 575.050

      Four-H Camp Institute and Exhibit, ch. 550

      Four-H clubs (See FOUR-H CLUBS)

      Garlic and Onion Growers’ Advisory Board, ch. 556

      Height of load of baled hay transported on highway, limitation, 484D.605

      Implements exempt from execution, 21.090

      Indian burial sites, procedure following discovery, 383.170

      Insect pest control (See INSECTS)

      Irrigation systems (See IRRIGATION SYSTEMS)

      Labor

             Crew leader defined, 612.057

             Industrial insurance, excluded employees, 616A.110, 616B.656

             Minimum wage law inapplicable to certain agricultural employment, 608.250

             Occupational Diseases Act, excluded employees, 617.080

             Unemployment compensation, certain labor included, 612.090

      Leases of land

             Limitation on terms, 111.200

             Tenant holding over after expiration of term without notice to quit, 40.260

      License plates expressing support, 482.37917

      Loans on agricultural lands from state money, 355.050-355.120, 355.140

      Nuisance, agricultural activity does not constitute, 40.140, 202.450

      Property tax (See also AGRICULTURAL REAL PROPERTY, TAXES ON)

             Agricultural real property, Art. 10 § 1, ch. 361A

             Irrigation systems, exemptions, 361.068, 361.070

      Proprietary information collected by State Department of Agriculture, 561.285

      Quarantine (See QUARANTINE)

      Ranchers (See FARMERS AND RANCHERS)

      Rural agricultural residential common-interest communities, applicability of laws, 116.1201

      Scrap metal (See also SCRAP METAL)

             Unlawful removal from agricultural property, penalty, 202.582, 205.267

      Seeds (For specific provisions, see SEEDS)

             Generally, ch. 587

      Soil analysis by Nevada System of Higher Education, 396.620-396.660

      Solid waste management systems, exemption, 444.620

      State lands

             Fees for use of state lands, 322.0032, 322.100-322.170

             Occupying for agricultural purposes, rights, ch. 326

      State Permanent School Fund, loans on agricultural lands, 355.100

      Subdivision of land, applicability of laws, 278.320

      Tax Commission, Nevada, livestock and agricultural business experience, 360.020

      Tax for preservation and protection of agriculture, ch. 377A

      Taxes on agricultural property (See AGRICULTURAL REAL PROPERTY, TAXES ON)

      Trespass notices on land used for agricultural purposes, 207.200-207.210

      Waterpower Energy Systems Demonstration Program, participation, 701B.700-701B.880

      Wind Energy Systems Demonstration Program, participation, 701B.400-701B.650

AGRICULTURE, STATE BOARD OF

      Administrative Procedure Act, applicability, 233B.039

      Alfalfa seed research and promotion, duties, 587.151

      Attorneys, employment authorized, 562.140

      Auctions of livestock, establishment of license fee, 573.040

      Audit by Legislative Auditor, 232B.235

      Budget

             Base budgets, fundamental review, 218E.435-218E.450

             State Budget Act, 353.150-353.246

      Chair, election, 561.085

      Creation, 561.045

      Delinquent fees or penalties, procedure for collection, ch. 353C

      Director of State Department of Agriculture

             Appointment by Board, 561.115

             Secretary of Board, 561.085

      Duties generally, 561.105

      Elderly persons, lunch programs for, duties, 387.112

      Employees, 239.008, 561.075, 562.130, 562.310

      Fertilizers, duties regarding restricted-use fertilizers, 588.295

      Garlic growers, powers concerning, 556.060

      Gifts or grants, authority to accept, 353.335-353.339

      Inspectors

             Assault or battery committed upon, 200.471, 200.481

             Brand inspection, 562.460

             Compensation, 562.130, 562.230

             Employment, 562.130

             Entry right for examination, 562.490

             False information concerning condition of sheep, penalty, 562.550

             Murder of inspector, first degree, 200.033

             Reports to Board, 562.480

             Rights of peace officers, 289.010-289.120

      Internet website, duties, immunities, 237.360, 239.008, 239B.050, 239B.060

      Legislative review of public agencies, ch. 232B

      Livestock and farm products licensees, establishment of license fee, 576.050

      Meetings, quorum, ch. 241, 561.095

      Members

             Appointment, number, 561.045

             Compensation, 561.075

             Qualifications generally, 561.055

             Residency requirements, 232A.020, 561.055

             Term of office, 232A.020

             Vacancies in office, 232A.020

      Motor vehicle fuel

             Adoption and enforcement of specifications, variances, 590.070, 590.071

             Inspection fees, use, 590.120

             Manganese and manganese compounds, notices, regulations, 590.131

      Nutrition programs, duties, 387.068-387.112

      Onion growers, powers concerning, 556.060

      Organic agricultural products, certification of producers and handlers, duties, 587.830

      Payments of money for services provided by agency, procedures, 353.146-353.148

      Petroleum products

             Adoption and enforcement of specifications, variances, 590.070, 590.071

             Inspection fees, use, 590.120

      Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee, State

             Membership on, 567.030

             Office, 567.060

      Predatory Animals, Committee to Control, designation as, 567.110

      Records, 237.370, ch. 239, 562.470

      Regulations, ch. 233B, 561.105

      Reports to Governor, 562.150

      Secretary

             Director of State Department of Agriculture, ex officio Secretary, 561.085

             Employment, 562.130

             State Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee, Secretary, 567.040

             Subpoena powers, 562.310

      Sheep, duties, ch. 562

      Sovereign immunity waived, 41.0305-41.039

      Subpoena powers, 562.310

      Sunset Subcommittee, review of Board, 232B.220-232B.250

      Vacancies, 232A.020

      Weed control districts, review of action, 555.208

      Woolgrowers’ State Account for Control of Predatory Animals, administration, 567.125

AGRICULTURE, STATE DEPARTMENT OF

      Agreements, 561.245, 561.275

      Agricultural minerals, ch. 588

      Agricultural protection and promotion, management of activities, 561.214

      Alfalfa seed research and promotion, duties, 587.155-587.185

      Aquatic agriculture, promotion, protection and regulation, 561.301

      Auctions of livestock, regulation, ch. 573

      Bee industry, regulation, ch. 552

      Brands and marks, powers and duties, 561.209, ch. 564, ch. 565

      Budget

             Base budgets, fundamental review, 218E.435-218E.450

             State Budget Act, 353.150-353.246

      Carcasses and hides, inspection, ch. 566

      Child support enforcement, duties, 555.325, 555.3505, 576.032, 576.121

      Confidentiality of proprietary information, 561.285

      Consumer Equitability, Division of

             Administrator, appointment, duties, 561.108

             Creation, duties generally, 561.108

             Gasoline, approval of blending pumps, dispensers or other devices, 590.063, 590.065

             Public weighmasters, duties, ch. 582

             Weights and measures, duties, ch. 581

      Contracts, 244.327, 561.245, 561.275

      Contributions, power to accept, 244.327

      Cooperation with Federal Government and other entities, 561.245

      Creation, 561.035

      Dairy Commission (See DAIRY COMMISSION, STATE)

      Dairy products laws, instrumentality of State, 584.049

      Delinquent fees or penalties, procedure for collection, ch. 353C

      Director

             Appointment, 561.115

             Deputy, designation, powers and duties, 561.149, 561.185

             Measurement Standards, Division of, appointment of Administrator, 561.108

             Off-Highway Vehicles, Commission on, duties, 490.067

             Powers and duties, 561.145, 561.146

             Public lands, member of Board of Review, 321.5967

             Qualifications, 561.125

             Sagebrush Ecosystem Council, membership, 232.162

             Salary, 561.135

             Service of process on, 576.042

             State Board of Agriculture, Secretary, 561.085

             State Conservation Commission, member, 548.120

             State Environmental Commission, member, 445B.200

             State Quarantine Officer, ex officio, 561.165

            State Sealer of Consumer Equitability, ex officio, 561.155, 581.030

             Subpoenas, authority to issue, 561.146

      Diseases in animals, control and eradication, 571.120-571.250

      District boards of agriculture, reports of organization, 547.050

      Duties generally, 561.035

      Employees

             Appointment, 561.225

             Field agents and inspectors (See Field agents and inspectors, this heading)

             Records official, 239.008

             Remittance of money collected on behalf of Department, 561.421

      Estrays and feral livestock

             Agents, power to take up estrays, 569.120

             Cooperative agreements for management, control, placement or disposition, 569.031

             Deemed property of Department, 569.010

             Duties, 561.218

             Impoundment and sale of cattle, horses or mules found with person lacking evidence of ownership, 575.060

             Sale, power of, 569.010

      Expositions, fairs and exhibits, 561.275

      Farm products dealers, regulation, 353C.1965, ch. 576

      Farmers’ markets or direct sale of farm products by producer, duties, 576.128

      Fees, regulation of billing and collection methods, 561.153, 565.070

      Fertilizers, ch. 588

      Field agents and inspectors

             Assault or battery committed upon, 200.471, 200.481

             Certification and training, 289.450-289.600

             Designation, 561.225

             Motor vehicles

                   Special license plates, 482.368, 482.369

                   Traffic regulations, official vehicles, 484B.267, 484B.550, 484B.700

             Murder of inspector, first degree, 200.033

             Peace officer powers, 289.290

             Powers and duties, 561.225, 565.155

             Rights of peace officers, 289.010-289.120

      Finances and funds

             Agriculture Registration and Enforcement Account, 561.385

             Alfalfa Seed Research and Promotion Account, 561.409

             Donated Commodities Account, 561.485

             Fees, billing and collection, 561.153, 565.070

             Garlic and Onion Research and Promotion Account, 561.423

             Legislative appropriations, 561.415

             License Plates for Promotion of Agriculture, Account for, 561.411

             Livestock Aid Fund, expenditures by Director, 575.050

             Livestock Inspection Account

                   Creation, 561.344

                   Sources, 561.344, 569.010, 569.090, 575.185

                   Use, 565.040

             Pests and Plant Diseases, Program for the Control of, 561.375

             Petroleum products, authorized expenditures, 561.412, 590.120

             Plant Industry Program

                   Bees and apiaries, prosecution of violations, 552.300

                   Creation, funding and expenditures generally, 561.355

                   Inspection fees for agriculture products, use, 587.370

                   Real property transfer taxes, distribution, 375.026

             Power to accept money, 353.335-353.339, 561.245, 561.255

             Public weighmasters, separate account for deposit of money collected, 561.412

             Revolving Account for Agriculture Working Capital, 561.335

             Rural Rehabilitation Fund, 561.405

             Weights and measures, separate account for deposit of money collected, 561.412

      Food, commodities donation program, duties, 561.485-561.495

      Forest insect and disease control, use of personnel and equipment by State Forester Firewarden, 527.220

      Garlic growers, powers and duties, ch. 556

      Gifts or grants, power to accept or make, 353.335-353.339, 561.245, 561.255

      Hides and carcasses, inspection, ch. 566

      Information, collection and dissemination, 561.285

      Internet website, duties, immunities, 237.360, 239.008, 239B.050, 239B.060

      Laboratories

             Generally, 561.305, 561.315

             Medical laboratory licensing laws inapplicable, 652.230

      Legislative review of public agencies, ch. 232B

      Livestock

             Alternative livestock, duties, 576.129, 576.131

             Assessment, 575.120, 575.180, 575.190

             Control and eradication of disease, 571.120-571.250

             Dealers, regulation, 353C.1965, ch. 576

             Estrays and feral livestock (See Estrays and feral livestock, this heading)

             Impoundment and sale when found with person lacking evidence of ownership, 575.060

             Protection and promotion, management of activities, 561.205

             Seizure by government agency, receipt of court order, 565.125

             Special tax, establishment of annual rate, effect of nonpayment, 575.185, 575.205

      Livestock Show Board, Nevada Junior, part of Department, 563.010

      Meats and meat products, program for grading and certification, 583.055

      Natural resources and land use planning, appointee to manage activities, 561.218

      Nursery stock dealers, regulation and enforcement, 555.235-555.249

      Offices, 561.235

      Onion growers, powers and duties, ch. 556

      Orders

             Hold orders issued by Director, 561.295

             Publication, 561.265

      Organic agricultural products, certification of producers and handlers, 587.700-587.830

      Payments of money for services provided by state agencies, procedures, 353.146-353.148

      Pest control, ch. 555

      Pesticides, powers and duties, 555.2605-555.470, 586.230-586.310

      Plant Industry Program

             Bees and apiaries, prosecution of violations, 552.300

             Creation, funding and expenditures generally, 561.355

             Inspection fees for agriculture products, use, 587.370

             Real property transfer taxes, distribution, 375.026

      Pollution Control Account, use, 445B.830

      Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee, State, ch. 567

      Predatory animals, tax for control of, notices, 567.110

      Proprietary information, dissemination prohibited, 561.285

      Public livestock auctions, regulation, ch. 573

      Railroads to forward notice of death or injury to livestock, 705.190

      Rangeland Resources Commission, assistance, 563.380

      Records, 237.370, ch. 239

      Rewards, offer of, 561.325

      Rules and regulations generally, ch. 233B, 561.105, 561.265

      Rural rehabilitation trust, liquidation, 561.425-561.465

      Sagebrush ecosystems, cooperation with Division of State Lands, 321.594

      Seed-certifying agency for State, 587.077

      Sheep tax, notice of rate, 562.160

      State Board of Agriculture (See AGRICULTURE, STATE BOARD OF)

      Supplemental Food Program, establishment, operation, 561.485, 561.495

      Transfer of functions of state agencies and local governments, regulations, 353.203

      Weeds, Account for the Control of, administration, 555.035

      Wild horses, appointee to manage activities of Department, 561.218

      Wildlife diseases, receipt of reports, 501.352

AID TO THE BLIND (See BLIND, PERSONS WHO ARE—Supplemental Security Income Program)

AIDING AND ABETTING (See also PARTIES TO CRIME)

      Accessory defined, 195.030

      Accomplice defined, 175.291

      Accountants, grounds for disciplinary action, 628.390

      Architects, grounds for disciplinary action, 623.270

      Arson, penalty, 205.010-205.030

      Banks, aiding or abetting in continued operation of insolvent bank, 668.045, 668.095

      Behavior analysis, violations, 641.230

      Campground memberships, unlawful acts, 119B.395

      Child custody, detention, concealment or removal of child from lawful custodian, 200.359

      Chiropractors, unprofessional conduct, 634.018

      Code of Military Justice, 412.454, 412.456

      Computers, unlawful use of encryption, 205.486

      Contractors, grounds for disciplinary action, 624.3014

      Dietitians, unprofessional conduct, 640E.270

      Documents of title, unlawful acts regarding, 205.520, 205.540

      Engineers, grounds for disciplinary action, 625.410

      Environmental health specialists, unprofessional conduct, 625A.170

      Felonies, additional penalty for use of minor in commission of, 193.162, 193.169

      Female genital mutilation, penalties, 200.5083

      Firearms, aiding in unlawful use or possession by minor, 202.300

      First degree murder, mitigating circumstances, 200.035

      Forfeiture of property used in commission of certain crimes, 179.121

      Funeral directors and embalmers, unprofessional conduct, 642.480

      Hunting violations, penalty, 501.376

      Impersonating law enforcement officers, 648.150

      Indigent persons, bringing nonresidents into county to receive assistance, 428.110

      Industrial insurance violations, liability, 616D.210

      Insurance fraud, penalties, 686A.281-686A.295

      Insurance, unauthorized transactions, 685B.083

      Intercollegiate athletics, rules violations, 398.492

      Interior designers, grounds for disciplinary action, 623.270

      Intermediary service organizations, grounds for disciplinary action, 449.4321

      Internet pharmacy violations, 453.3638, 453.3639

      Interpreters for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, grounds for discipline, 656A.500

      Juvenile detention facilities, escape, 62B.400, 63.610

      Kidnapping, 200.340

      Land surveyors, grounds for disciplinary action, 625.410

      Landscape architects, grounds for disciplinary action, 623A.280

      Lotteries, assisting in unauthorized lottery, 462.280

      Motor clubs, unlawful acts, 696A.220

      Motor vehicles

             Sales, through false or misleading practices, 482.36395

             Transfers or assignments, prohibited acts, 205.2747

      Murder or felonious killing of decedent, forfeiture of benefits by culpable actor, ch. 41B

      Nurses and nursing assistants, grounds for disciplinary action, 632.320

      Oriental medicine, grounds for denial, suspension or revocation of license, 634A.170

      Osteopathic physicians, unprofessional conduct, 633.131

      Out-of-state abettor, liability for punishment, 194.020

      Paternity fraud, penalty, 201.085

      Pharmacists and related licensees, grounds for disciplinary action, 639.210

      Prisoners

             Communication with person charged with felony in county jail, 212.150

             Concealing assets from Department of Corrections, penalty, 209.221, 209.241

             Crime in concert with, prosecution of persons committing, 212.070, 228.170

             Escape, aiding in, 212.100

             Firearms, weapons, explosives, liquor or illegal drugs, providing to prisoners, 212.160

      Psychologists, violations, 641.230

      Public officers or employees, identity theft, 41.1345, 205.464

      Racketeering activity defined, 207.390

      Realtime captioning providers, grounds for disciplinary action, 656A.500

      Residential designers, grounds for disciplinary action, 623.270

      Security freeze on consumer report to commit unlawful act, 598C.370

      Terrorism, 202.445

      Theft detection devices, unlawful acts involving shields or deactivators, 205.970

      Time shares, unlawful acts, 119A.675

      Toxins, lethal agents and delivery systems, unlawful acts, 202.446

      Truancy, 392.220

      Viatical settlement violations, 688C.450

      Victim of crime, accomplice ineligible for compensation, 217.220

      Voter registration, prohibited acts, 293.800

      Weapons of mass destruction, unlawful acts, 202.446

AIDS

      Clinics and dispensaries, establishment by Division of Public and Behavioral Health, 441A.330

      Communicable diseases generally (See COMMUNICABLE DISEASES)

      Confidentiality of information, 49.245, 441A.220, 441A.230

      Counseling and referral programs, 441A.334-441A.336

      Equal employment opportunities, HIV included as disability, 613.310

      Exposure to others

             Confinement of person whose conduct may spread disease, 441A.300

             Control of disease within schools, child care facilities, medical facilities and correctional facilities, 441A.190

             Duty of contagious person to prevent, receipt of warning, penalty, 441A.180

             Engaging in prostitution after testing positive, penalty, 201.358

             Intentional transmission of disease, penalty, reporting requirements when victim 12 years of age or younger, 201.205, 202.870-202.894

             Prisoners, segregation, 209.385

      Health authorities, powers and duties, 441A.160, 441A.170

      HIV/AIDS Drug Donation Program, 453B.010-453B.130

      Indigent persons, disclosure of information to Division of Welfare and Supportive Services, 441A.220

      Injunctive relief, 441A.900

      Medicaid, prescription drug coverage, 422.4025

      Medical laboratories, conduct of HIV waived tests, 652.123, 652.185

      Medical personnel

             Disclosure of information related to occupation, 441A.220

             Industrial insurance benefits, 616A.035, 616A.265

      Occupational diseases

             Benefits, 617.481

             Reports of claims regarding infectious disease, preparation, availability, 617.357

      Peace officers and firefighters

             Disclosure of information related to occupation, 441A.220

             Industrial insurance benefits, 616A.035, 616A.265, 616C.052

      Pharmacies, establishment by Division of Public and Behavioral Health, 441A.330

      Pregnant women and newborns, testing, 442.600-442.660

      Prisoners

             Commitment to prison, test for exposure, 209.385

             Counseling regarding virus, 209.385

             Disclosure of name and segregation of offenders who test positive, 209.385

             Educational programs, 209.385, 441A.240

             Release from prison, test for exposure, 209.511

      Prostitution

             Arrest for prostitution, test for exposure to virus required, payment of costs and notification of results, 201.356

             Engaging in prostitution after testing positive, penalty, 201.358

             Liability of owner or operator of brothel for employment of prostitute tested positive for exposure, 41.1397

      Real property sale or lease, disclosure relating to previous occupants immaterial to transaction, 40.770

      Reports of cases to health authority, 441A.150

      Schools, instruction concerning disease, 389.065

      Sexual assault, arrested person to be tested for exposure to virus, 441A.320

      Sexually transmitted diseases, generally, 441A.240-441A.330

      Therapeutic program, administration, procedures, 439.529

      Violation of laws or regulations, criminal penalties, prosecution, 441A.910-441A.930

AIR AMBULANCES (See EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES)

AIR POLLUTION (For related provisions, see ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION)

      Account for the Management of Air Quality

             Creation and use, 445B.590

             Sources, 445B.235, 445B.300

      Action for injury to person or property, rights unimpaired, 445B.600

      Actions to enforce laws or regulations, 41.540-41.570

      Air contaminant sources, registration and reports, 445B.300

      Air quality standards, establishment, 445B.210

      Alternative fuels for motor vehicles

             Fleet vehicles, use, 486A.010-486A.180

             Incentive program for acquisition of vehicles that use alternative fuel, 486A.200

      Appeals of regulatory action, procedure, 445B.340-445B.360

      Building construction or alteration involving pollution source, duties regarding plans and specifications, 445B.320

      Cities, power to regulate, 268.410

      Clean vehicles, requirements, incentive program, ch. 486A

      Confidential information, 445B.570

      Counties, power to regulate, 244.361

      Declaration of public policy, 445B.100

      Definitions, 445B.105-445B.155

      Economic Development Revenue Bond Law

             City, 268.512-268.568

             County, 244A.669-244A.763

      Emergency plans, procedures, 445B.560

      Emission credits or allocations

             Clark County, program authorized, 445B.508

             Retirement of credits, public policy, 445B.100

             Sale, collection and deposit of money, 445B.235

      Engine emission controls (See ENGINE EMISSION CONTROL)

      Failure of regulatory agencies to act does not excuse violations, 445B.300

      Fines, 445B.640

      Fires set for training purposes, permit requirements, 445B.595

      Fleet vehicles, requirements, 486A.010-486A.180

      Fossil fuel-fired steam generating facilities, limit on enforcement of laws, 445B.500

      Fuel standards for stationary and mobile sources of air contaminants, 445B.210, 445B.505

      Governmental sources of air contaminants, compliance with laws required, 445B.595

      Greenhouse gases, inventory of emissions, 445B.137, 445B.380

      Hearings

             Appeals, procedure, 445B.340-445B.360

             Local air pollution control hearing boards, 445B.275

             Variances, 445B.400-445B.430

             Violations, 445B.450

             Witnesses, attendance and compensation, 445B.280

      Incinerators, construction and operation, 445B.230

      Indirect sources, 445B.310

      Injunctive relief, 445B.460, 445B.640

      Inspections authorized, 445B.240, 445B.580

      Investigations, 445B.230

      Local air pollution control programs

             Administrative transfers, 445B.610

             Clark County School District, expenditure of administrative penalties, 445B.500

             Credits for maintenance or reduction of emissions, 445B.508

             Engine emission controls, 445B.767, 445B.770, 445B.795, 445B.830, 445B.834

             Environmental Commission, State, powers, 445B.510-445B.530

             Generally, 445B.500-445B.540

             Hearing boards, members’ qualifications and terms, 445B.275

             Integrated long-range planning, participation in programs, 278.02584

             Jurisdiction over certain classes of contaminants, Environmental Commission’s power to assume, 445B.530

             Plans, policies or programs, prerequisites to adoption or amendment, 445B.503

            Pollution Control Account, use, 445B.830

             Public utility facilities, construction, 704.820-704.900

             Reduction or mitigation of increases in emissions, requirements, 445B.508

             Regional planning coalition, cooperation, 278.02584, 445B.503

             Regional transportation commissions, cooperation, 277A.350, 445B.503

             Tax for improvement of air quality, distribution, 377A.080

      Master plans, contents of conservation plan, 278.160

      Mercury emissions from mines, regulations, fees, 445B.305

      Monitoring, source tests may be required, 445B.225

      Motor vehicle engine emissions (See ENGINE EMISSION CONTROL)

      Notice of regulatory action, 445B.330

      Permits

             Appeals by aggrieved persons, 445B.360

             Fees, requirement, 445B.300

             Inspection of premises, 445B.580

             Stack source emission tests may be required, 445B.245

      Planning and zoning agencies, duties concerning air pollution sources, 445B.595

      Private rights and remedies unaffected, 445B.600

      Property tax exemption for air pollution control devices, 361.077

      Records and reports

             Confidential information, limitations on use, 445B.570

             Generally, 445B.300

             Inspection, 445B.230

      Registration and report of air contaminant sources, 445B.300

      Regulations

             Administrative Procedure Act, ch. 233B

             Enforcement of regulations concerning indirect sources, limitations, 445B.310

             Notice of hearing, 445B.215

             Powers and duties of Commission, 445B.210, 445B.300

             Transition in administration, effect, 445B.610

      Self-audits, effect, presumptions, burden of proof, ch. 445C

      Solar energy, credits for maintenance or reduction of emissions through use, 445B.508

      Solid waste disposal, 444.440-444.620

      Stack source emission tests, 445B.245

      State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

             Alternative fuels for fleet vehicles, duties, 486A.160

             Inspection powers, search warrants, 445B.580

             Notice of regulatory action, 445B.330

             Powers and duties, 445B.230-445B.245

             State air pollution control agency, designation as, 445B.205

             Violations, duties, 445B.450

      State Environmental Commission

             Alternative fuel, duties, 486A.150, 486A.180

             Appeals, procedure, 445B.340-445B.360

             Clean vehicles, duties, 486A.150, 486A.180

             Cooperative or interlocal agreements, approval, 445B.220, 445B.500

             Powers and duties, 445B.210-445B.225, 445B.300-445B.360, 445B.510-445B.530

             Regulations, 445B.210, 445B.300, 445B.305

      Tax for improvement of air quality, ch. 377A

      Variances, 445B.400-445B.430

      Violations, 445B.450-445B.470, 445B.640

      Zoning regulations to be designed to preserve air quality, 278.250

AIR QUALITY, TAX FOR IMPROVEMENT OF

      Generally, ch. 377A

AIR RAID SHELTERS

      City Bond Law, fallout shelter facilities defined as building project, 268.676

      Property tax exemption, 361.078

AIR SPACE

      Advertising signs above highways, 405.110

      Monorails, easements for use of air space, 408.212

      Ownership, 493.040

      Sovereignty in space, 493.030

AIRCRAFT

      Air ambulances (See EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES)

      Air carriers (See CARRIERS)

      Air space, ownership and sovereignty, 493.030, 493.040

      Airports (See AIRPORTS)

      Birthplace of child born on moving plane, 440.280

      Careless or reckless operation, 493.130, 493.140

      Cigarette license and tax laws inapplicable to interstate aircraft, 370.070

      Collision, liability, 493.070

      Controlled substances

             Forfeiture of aircraft, 453.301

             Operating aircraft under the influence, 493.130

      Crop dusting, 555.2605-555.470

      Dangerous flying, 493.100

      Definition, 493.020

      Engine emission standards, 445B.760

      Explosive or incendiary device, possession unlawful, exception, 202.262

      Federal Government’s aircraft, Uniform State Law for Aeronautics inapplicable, 493.120

      Firearms, unlawful discharge at or into aircraft, 202.285

      Flight, lawfulness of, 493.050

      Fuel tax (See AVIATION FUEL TAX; JET OR TURBINE-POWERED AIRCRAFT FUEL, TAX ON)

      Game mammals or game birds, prohibited acts, 503.010

      Helicopters (See HELICOPTERS)

      Hunting

             Manner of hunting, prohibited acts, 501.376, 503.005, 503.010, 504.490

             Violations, warrantless search of aircraft authorized, forfeitures, 501.375, 501.3857

      Instructors, licensing, 493.170

      Intoxicating liquors

             Operating aircraft under the influence, 493.130

             Sales in interstate commerce, 369.175

      Jurisdiction

             Contracts entered into while in flight over State, 493.090

             Crimes and torts committed while in flight over State, 171.040, 493.080

      Lasers or other light sources, use to interfere with aircraft, penalty, 202.585

      Licenses, requirements, posting and inspection, 493.150, 493.180

      Liens

             Generally, 108.265-108.360, 108.367

             Injury to persons or property, 493.060

             Municipal airport’s lien, 496.110

      Navigational chart, contents and fee, 493.210

      Noise

             Advisory committees on aircraft noise, powers and duties, 244.412-244.416

             Toll-free telephone number to report violations, establishment, 244.418

      Operation while intoxicated or in reckless manner, 493.130, 493.140

      Passenger defined, 493.020

      Pesticides, application by aircraft, 555.2605-555.470

      Presumptions of liability for injury, 493.060

      Public utility regulation (See PUBLIC UTILITIES)

      Retail installment sales, ch. 97

      Sales and use tax exemption, 372.317, 372.726

      Unemployment compensation, applicability to certain employment, 612.070, 612.100

      United States certificate, permit or license required, 493.150

AIRPORT AUTHORITIES

      Battle Mountain Airport Authority, Special & Local Acts Volume

      Carson City Airport Authority, Special & Local Acts Volume

      Felonies, reports to primary law enforcement agency, transfer of investigation, 171.1223

      Fuel taxes, distribution and use, 365.545, 365.565

      Fund for Aviation, creation, sources and use, 365.545, 494.048

      Inland port authorities, duties, 277B.200, 277B.320

      Joint airport zoning boards, creation, 497.055

      Limited-liability company in land transaction with airport authority, disclosure, 237.023

      Sovereign immunity waived, 41.0305-41.039

      Washoe County

             Defibrillators, placement in airport facilities, 450B.600

             Notification of projects to Bureau of Services to Persons Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired, 426.660

             Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Act, Special & Local Acts Volume

      Zoning regulations, adoption, 497.080

AIRPORT ZONING ACT (For specific provisions, see AIRPORTS)

      Generally, ch. 497

AIRPORTS (See also AVIATION)

      Acquisition and operation by local governments, 495.010-495.030, ch. 496

      Air space, ownership and sovereignty, 493.030, 493.040

      Air transport companies

             Acquisition of property, 495.070-495.210

             Property tax on interstate or intercounty property, 361.318-361.321, 361.403

      Aircraft (See AIRCRAFT)

      Bomb squads, responsibilities, 476.190

      Bonds, sale, 495.020, 496.090

      Commercial use of airport or facility, agreements, 496.090

      Concealed weapons prohibited, 202.3673

      Control officers

             Assault or battery committed upon, 200.471, 200.481

             Murder of officer, first degree, 200.033

             Peace officer powers, 289.340

             Rights of peace officers, 289.010-289.120

      Cooperative agreements for financing governmental facilities, 277.0705-277.0755

      Defibrillators, placement in certain airports, 450B.600

      Douglas County, sales tax for support of airports, Special & Local Acts Volume

      Emergency landing fields, county, 495.035

      Eminent domain

             City and county airports, 495.010, 495.070

             General provision, 37.010

             Municipal airports, 496.030, 496.040, 496.070, 496.230

             State airports, 494.030, 494.050, 494.070

             Zoning, 497.270

      Existing airports, acquisition by governmental agencies, 494.050, 496.040

      Fair and recreation boards, authority concerning improvements, 244A.622

      Fees, tolls and charges, authority of local government to require, 495.030

      Felonies, reports to primary law enforcement agency, transfer of investigation, 171.1223

      Firearms, carrying concealed firearm prohibited, 202.3673

      Fund for Aviation, creation, sources and use, 365.545, 494.048

      Graffiti violations, penalty, 206.125, 206.335, 207.185

      Hazards, regulation, 494.150, 496.280

      Homeland security, ch. 239C

      Inland ports

             Development, 231.075

             Inland Port Authority Act, ch. 277B

      Lease of county property for airport purposes, 495.040-495.060

      Local government may franchise, provide or control operations, 244.187, 268.081, 268.083, 269.128, 269.129

      Master plans, contents of transportation plan, 278.160

      Municipal Airports Act, ch. 496

      Navigational chart, contents and fee, 493.210

      Outside municipal limits subject to state and federal law, 496.130

      Private development or operation of public facilities, 338.161-338.168, 408.5471-408.549

      Private property used for municipal purposes, property tax exemption, 361.061

      Promotion of use of airport, financing, 365.545, 365.565

      Residential use of municipal property, 496.090

      Sale or lease of airports, 494.100, 496.080

      Services and facilities, lease or extension, 496.090

      State Airports Act, ch. 494

      Taxes and taxation

             Aviation fuel tax (See AVIATION FUEL TAX)

             Douglas County, use of sales tax proceeds for airport, Special & Local Acts Volume

             Exempt property used in business conducted for profit subject to taxation, exception, 361.157, 361.159, 361.2275

             Jet or turbine-powered aircraft fuel tax (See JET OR TURBINE-POWERED AIRCRAFT FUEL, TAX ON)

             Municipal airports, property and income exempt from taxation, 496.260

             Privately owned airports, property related to public use exempt from taxation, 361.061

             Room tax proceeds, use to improve, operate or maintain airports, 244.3354, 244A.622

      Telecommunication service, sale to public, 268.086, 710.147

      Transportation, Department of, prohibition against operation of airport, 408.233

      Transportation projects related to airports, financing, 365.545, 365.565

      Vandalism of public transportation facilities, penalty, 206.125, 206.335, 207.185

      Vehicular traffic, jurisdiction of justice court, 4.370

      Vending stands, operation by persons who are blind, 426.630-426.720

      Zoning

             Administrative agency, powers, 497.180

             Appeals to board of adjustment, 497.150-497.170

             Board of adjustment, 497.190-497.220

             Criminal penalties and injunctions, 497.260

             Definitions, 497.020

             Eminent domain, 497.270

             Joint zoning boards, creation, 497.050, 497.055

             Jurisdiction of court to review, costs, 497.240

             Manufactured home parks, notice of changes to be given to nearby residents, 497.085

             Markers and lights, 497.140

             Policy, declaration, 497.030

             Regulations

                   Administration and enforcement, 497.180

                   Adoption, 497.080, 497.110

                   Authority to adopt, administer and enforce, 497.040

                   Buildings, ordinance regulating height, 497.060

                   Conflict, more stringent limitations govern, 497.070

                   Reasonableness, 497.100

                   Requirements, 497.100

                   Unconstitutional provisions, effect, 497.250

                   Variances, 497.130

             Review of administrative decision, 497.230

             Structure or tree, provision for replacement or alteration, 497.120

             Zoning commission, appointment, duties and hearings, 497.090

ALARMS

      Fire alarms (See FIRE ALARMS)

      Paging alarm system required in certain structures, 477.150

      Police alarms, destruction unlawful, 202.580

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COUNSELORS

      Aged persons, reports of abuse, neglect, exploitation or isolation, immunity from liability, 200.5093, 200.5094, 200.5096

      Applicability of laws, 641C.130

      Behavioral Health, Commission on, member, 232.361

      Board (See ALCOHOL, DRUG AND GAMBLING COUNSELORS, BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR)

      Business licenses

             Prohibited acts by local governments, 244.335, 266.355, 268.095, 269.170

             Renewal of license or certificate, requirements, 622.240

      Child abuse or neglect, reports, 432B.220-432B.250, 432B.290

      Clinical practice of counseling alcohol and drug abusers defined, 641C.065

      Clinical professional counselors’ law inapplicable, 641A.410

      Continuing education, 641C.200, 641C.450-641C.470

      Contracts for prepaid professional services, 287.500-287.530

      Definitions, 641C.020-641C.110

      Disciplinary action

             Authorized actions, 641C.720

             Background checks, requirements if proceedings initiated, 622.360

             Complaints, contents, 641C.720, 641C.760

             Consent or settlement agreements, conditions and limitations, 622.330, 622A.170

             Contested cases, procedures, ch. 622A

             Grounds generally, 641C.700

             Hearing officers or panels, authority, 641C.190

             Medical use of marijuana, discipline prohibited, 453A.510

             Open Meeting Law, applicability, 622.320

             Records, 622.330, 641C.720, 641C.760

             Subpoena of witness, 641C.730, 641C.740

             Summary of action, availability to public, 622.100

             Suspension or revocation of license or certificate

                   Child support obligations, effect, 641C.710

                   Contested cases, revocation and reinstatement of license or certificate, 622A.410

                   Criminal history records, use by Board in determinations, 641C.530

                   Fingerprints, willful failure to provide to Board, 622.360

                   Summary suspension authorized, procedures, 233B.127

      DUI offenders, evaluation for abuse, 484C.300, 484C.320-484C.350

      Emergency Volunteer Health Practitioners Act, Uniform, ch. 415A

      Ethical standards, 641C.200, 641C.700

      Fines, 641C.720

      Fingerprints, 622.360, 641C.260, 641C.530

      Health insurance, reimbursements for treatment

             Health maintenance organizations, 695C.1789

             Individual or group policies, 689A.0493, 689B.0397

             Nonprofit hospital or medical service corporations, 695B.1955

      Indian tribes, interlocal agreements for provision of training, 641C.220

      Injunctions against unlicensed practice, 641C.910

      Interns

             Certification, 641C.340, 641C.420

             Scope of practice, 641C.340, 641C.420

      Juvenile delinquents, evaluation for abuse, 62E.620, 484C.350, 484C.370

      Legislative declaration, 641C.010

      Licenses and certificates

             Application, 641C.260, 641C.280

             Child support obligations, effect, 641C.280, 641C.710

             Clinical alcohol and drug abuse counselors and interns, 641C.330-641C.340

             Criminal history reports, effect, 641C.530

             Debt owed state agency, effect, 353C.1965, 622.240

             Delinquency, 641C.460

             Denial, 641C.280, 641C.310

             Examination, 641C.210, 641C.290, 641C.300

             Expiration, 233B.127, 641C.460

             Fees, 641C.470

             Hearings and investigations, 641C.310

             Interns, 641C.340, 641C.420

             Issuance, 641C.300, 641C.330-641C.350, 641C.390

             Period of validity, 641C.320, 641C.331, 641C.360, 641C.390

             Provisional license or certificate, 641C.320

             Qualifications, 641C.350, 641C.390

             Reciprocity, 641C.300

             Reinstatement, 641C.720

             Renewal, 622.240, 641C.450, 641C.460, 641C.530

             Restoration, 641C.460, 641C.530

             Revocable privilege, 641C.250

             Scope of practice, 641C.331, 641C.360, 641C.390

             Suspension or revocation (See Disciplinary action, this heading)

      List of applicants and licensees, maintenance by Board, 641C.210

      Marriage and family therapists’ law inapplicable, 641A.410

      Mental illness, persons with, treatment prohibited, 641C.360

      Nurses and nursing assistants, reports of misconduct, 632.472

      Practice of counseling defined, 641C.100

      Problem gambling counselor, certification as, 641C.430

      Professional incompetence, 641C.700

      Programs (See ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE PROGRAMS)

      Property, exemption from execution, 21.090

      Psychologists’ licensing laws inapplicable, 641.029

      Reprimands, 641C.720

      Restitution by licensee, 641C.720

      Social workers’ law inapplicable, 641B.040

      Supervised counseling, when required or authorized, 641C.720, 641C.900

      Titles, use restricted, 641C.910

      Unlawful acts, penalties, 641C.950

      Unlicensed practice prohibited, 641C.900, 641C.910

      Vulnerable persons, reports of abuse, neglect, exploitation or isolation, immunity from liability, 200.50935, 200.5094, 200.5096

ALCOHOL, DRUG AND GAMBLING COUNSELORS, BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR

      Appearance before Board, licensee to make certain disclosures, 622.300

      Attorney’s fees and costs, recovery, 622.400, 622.410, 641C.190

      Audits, 218G.400, 232B.235

      Budget

             Base budgets, fundamental review, 218E.435-218E.450

             State Budget Act, 353.150-353.246

      Complaints within jurisdiction of other licensing board, duties, immunities, 629.079

      Creation, 641C.150

      Criminal history records, inspection, 179.259, 453.3365, 641C.260, 641C.500, 641C.530

      Delinquent fees or penalties, procedure for collection, ch. 353C

      Deposit of money, 641C.190

      Detoxification technicians, duties, 641C.500

      Employees

             Authority of Board generally, 641C.180

             Compensation, 641C.170

             Contracts for services to be in writing and approved, 284.013

             Examinations, authority to employ persons to conduct, 641C.290

             Hearing officers or panels, 641C.190

             Records official, 239.008

             Restrictions on employment of certain persons, 622.210-622.230

      Enforcement of laws for public benefit and protection, 622.080

      Examinations, duties, 622.090

      Expenses, 641C.160, 641C.190

      FBI, requests for criminal history records, 179A.075, 239B.010

      Financial administration, laws inapplicable, 353.005

      Injunctions, 641C.910

      Interlocal agreements with Indian tribes, 641C.220

      Internet website, duties, immunities, 237.360, 239.008, 239B.050, 239B.060, 629.053

      Inventory of property, 641C.210

      Legal advice, appointment of special deputy, compensation, 228.091

      Legislative Counsel Bureau, reports to, 622.100

      Legislative review of public agencies, ch. 232B

      List of applicants and licensees, maintenance, 641C.210

      Meetings (See also MEETINGS OF PUBLIC AGENCIES)

             Audio or video teleconferences, notices, requirements, 622.340

             Generally, 641C.160

             Open Meeting Law, applicability, 622.320

             Out-of-state meetings, restrictions, 622.350

      Members

             Appointment, qualifications, 232A.020, 622.205, 629.097, 641C.150

             Compensation, 641C.170

             Immunities, 641C.150

             Oath of office, 282.020

             Removal, 641C.160

             Terms, vacancies, 232A.020, 641C.160

             Training, 622.200

      Officers, 641C.160

      Offices, 641C.180

      Payments of money for services provided by agency, procedures, 353.146-353.148

      Problem gambling counselors (See PROBLEM GAMBLING COUNSELORS)

      Public health concerns, sharing of information, joint investigations, 622.315

      Quorum, 641C.160

      Records

             Complaints and disciplinary proceedings, 641C.720, 641C.760

             List of applicants, licensees and certified personnel, 641C.210

             Medical information confidential, 622.310

             Property inventory, 641C.210

             Public records generally, ch. 239

             Settlement agreements, 622.330

             Transactions and proceedings of Board, 641C.160

             Transmittal between state agencies, 237.370

      Regulations

             Administrative Procedure Act, ch. 233B

             Detoxification technicians, 641C.500

             Examination requirements, 641C.290

             Legislative review of regulations, 439B.225

             Powers and duties of Board, 641C.200

      Regulatory proceedings, 622.300-622.360

      Seal, 641C.160

      Sovereign immunity waived, 41.0305-41.039

      State Controller, provision of licensee information to, duties, 353C.1965

      Subpoenas, issuance, 641C.730, 641C.740

      Sunset Subcommittee, review of Board, 232B.220-232B.250

ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE

      Abuse counselors (See ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COUNSELORS)

      Athletic trainers, grounds for disciplinary action, 640B.700

      Attorneys, Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers program, SCR 106.5

      Barbers, grounds for disciplinary action, 643.185

      Behavioral Health, Commission on, powers and duties, 433.314-433.327

      Boating under the influence (See BOATS AND BOATING)

      Chiropractors, unprofessional conduct, 634.018

      Civil commitment upon criminal conviction, 458.290-458.350

      Civil protective custody of alcohol abusers, 458.010, 458.250-458.280

      Clinical professional counselors and interns, grounds for disciplinary action, 641A.310

      Controlled substances generally (See CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES)

      Court reporters, grounds for disciplinary action, 656.250

      Definitions, 453.098, 458.010, 458.290

      Dentists and dental hygienists, unprofessional conduct, 631.3475

      DUI (See DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE)

      Environmental health specialists, unprofessional conduct, 625A.170

      Explosives, transport or receipt unlawful, 202.760

      Firearms, possession or ownership prohibited, 202.360

      Health, State Board of, duties, 433.324

      Hearing aid specialists, incompetence defined, 637A.0221

      Intoxication generally (See INTOXICATION)

      Marriage and family therapists and interns, grounds for disciplinary action, 641A.310

      Massage therapists, grounds for disciplinary action, 640C.700

      Music therapists, grounds for disciplinary action, 640D.170

      Opticians, grounds for disciplinary action, 637.150

      Optometrists, grounds for disciplinary action, 636.295

      Oriental medicine, practitioners of, grounds for disciplinary action, 634A.170

      Osteopathic physicians and assistants

             Diversion programs, participation, 633.561, 633.651

             Unprofessional conduct, 633.131

      Pawnbrokers, receipt of property from certain persons unlawful, 646.060

      Perfusionists, grounds for disciplinary action, reports of change in hospital privileges, 630.306, 630.307

      Pharmacists and related licensees, 639.210, 639.2445

      Physical therapists, grounds for disciplinary action, 640.160

      Physicians and physician assistants, 630.306, 630.307

      Podiatric physicians, grounds for disciplinary action, 635.130

      Prenatal illegal substance abuse (See HEALTH, MATERNAL AND CHILD)

      Problem gambling counselors, grounds for disciplinary action, 641C.700

      Psychologists, professional incompetence defined, 641.026

      Respiratory care practitioners, 630.306, 630.307

      Secondhand dealers, receipt of property from certain persons prohibited, 647.140

      Social workers, grounds for disciplinary action, 641B.400

      Substance Abuse Working Group, creation, duties, 228.800-228.820

      Treatment (See ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE PROGRAMS)

      Veterinarians, grounds for disciplinary action, 638.140

ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE PROGRAMS

      Arrest of person under the influence in public place, delivery to treatment facility, 458.175

      Boats, operation under the influence, evaluation of certain offenders, 488.430

      Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (See HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF)

      Certification of facilities, programs and personnel, 449.201, 458.025

      Child support, program to resolve issues relating to employment of responsible parent, 425.382

      Child welfare services agencies, programs for persons referred by, 453A.730, 458.094

      Community mental health programs, ch. 433C

      Community triage centers (See TRIAGE CENTERS, COMMUNITY)

      Counselors (See ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COUNSELORS)

      Criminal defendants

             Civil commitment

                   Commitment not deemed criminal conviction, 458.340

                   Conditions for treatment, satisfaction, 458.330

                   Deferment of sentencing, 458.330

                   Drug addict defined, 458.290

                   Eligibility for assignment to treatment program, 458.300

                   Facility for treatment, State or political subdivision not required to provide, 458.350

                   Hearing regarding receipt of treatment, procedures following, 458.310, 458.320

                   Sealing of records, 458.330

                   Transfer to another facility or sentencing, 458.330

             Domestic violence offenders, participation in programs certified by Division of Public and Behavioral Health, 4.373, 5.055, 200.485

             Probation, participation in program as condition of, 176A.310

             Specialty court programs generally

                   Controlled substances violations, assignment to programs, 453.336, 453.3363

                   Courts, authority to establish treatment program, funding, 453.3361, 453.580

                   Evaluation of effectiveness, 176.0125

                   Funding, 4.075, 176.059, 176.0611, 176.0613, 176.0623, 178.518, 484C.515

                   Probation, deduction of days for participants, 176A.500

                   Reports to Legislative Counsel Bureau, 1.360

             Veterans and military personnel

                   Assignment to programs, 4.374, 5.057, 176.015, 176A.280

                   Conditions and limitations on assignment, 176A.290

                   Discharge from program, effect, sealing of records, 176A.290, 176A.295

                   District courts, transfer of jurisdiction from other court, 4.370, 5.050, 176A.285

                   Eligible defendant, defined, 176A.285

                   Establishment of program, 176A.280

                   Evaluation of effectiveness of program, 176.0125

                   Funding of program, 176.059, 176.0611, 176.0613, 178.518

                   Military status, determination, 4.374, 5.057, 176.015

                   Probation, deduction of days for participants, 176A.500

                   Reports to Legislative Counsel Bureau, 1.360

                   Violation of terms and conditions, effect, 176A.290

      Definitions, 458.010

      Detoxification technicians (See DETOXIFICATION TECHNICIANS)

      Displaced homemakers, referral services, 388.635

      DUI offenders (See DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE)

      Facilities for the treatment of abuse (See also MEDICAL FACILITIES AND RELATED ENTITIES)

             Accounting and financial reports, 449.450-449.530

             Background investigations, 449.089, 449.119-449.125

             Civil commitment of alcoholic or drug addict convicted of crime, 458.290-458.350

             Complaints, 223.560, 449.0307, 449.160

             Definition, 449.0045, 449.00455

             Disciplinary action, 449.160-449.179

             Enforcement of laws, expenditures, recovery of costs, 449.0306, 449.0308

             Entrance or exit of facility, unlawful acts, 449.760

             Inspections, 449.0307, 449.131-449.133

             Licensing

                   Application, filing, contents, 449.040

                   Denial, 449.160, 449.170, 449.174

                   Exemptions, 449.0301

                   Expiration and renewal, 449.089

                   Fees, deposit, 449.0306, 449.050

                   Form and contents of license, 449.085

                   Investigations, 449.0307

                   Issuance, validity and transferability, 449.080

                   Provisional license, 449.091

                   Requirement, 449.030

                   Revocation, 449.160, 449.170, 449.174

                   Standards, qualifications and other regulations, 449.0302

                   Suspension, 449.160, 449.163, 449.170, 449.174

             Modified medical detoxification, facility for, defined, 449.00385

             Name or other designation of facility, misleading, 449.204

             Notice regarding care and services provided, posting, 449.2487

             Patients’ rights, 449.700-449.730

             Prohibited acts, penalties, 449.220-449.240

             Proposals, requests for, funding and evaluation, 458.125, 458.131

             Prosecution of violations, 449.240

             Records (See also MEDICAL RECORDS)

                   Confidentiality, exceptions, 458.280

                   Suspension of license or cessation of operation, effect, 449.171

                   Transfer of patient, forwarding of records, 449.705

             Residential facilities for groups, certain referrals unlawful, 449.209

             State and political subdivisions, provision of facilities not required, 458.350

             Temporary employment service employees, duties, 449.123-449.125

             Unlicensed operation, 449.0308, 449.210, 449.220

      Family resource centers, ch. 430A

      Financial support, 458.025, 458.080

      Halfway houses (See HALFWAY HOUSES)

      Health insurance benefits

             Employee benefits, 608.156

             Generally, 687B.404

             Individual policies, 689A.046

             Small employers, health benefit plans, 689C.166, 689C.167

      Hospitals, treatment of alcohol abusers, 458.091

      Intoxication (See INTOXICATION)

      Jails, prisoners allowed to attend and receive credit, 211.220, 211.340

      Liquor taxes, use for increase of services, 369.174, 458.097, 458.098

      Mental health and substance abuse, services relating to, 458.125, 458.131

      Minors

             Audit of governmental and private facilities, 218G.570-218G.585

             Consent for treatment, 129.050

             Detention facilities

                   Educational programs in state facilities, 63.240

                   Screenings for abuse, 62C.035, 62E.513, 62E.516

             Evaluation and treatment following certain offenses, liability, 62E.620, 484C.350, 484C.370

             School districts, programs for prevention of abuse, 388.532

             Sellers of controlled substances, payment of treatment costs, 453.332, 453.334, 453.562

             Treatment facilities and services, requests for proposals, funding, evaluation, 458.125, 458.131

      Prisoners

             Boats, operating under the influence, 209.425-209.429

             Community reentry programs, 209.4871-209.4889, 213.600-213.635, 480.810

             Credits for completion of program, 209.448, 211.340

             DUI offenders, 209.425-209.429

             Jail inmates, authority to participate in treatment program, 211.220, 211.340

             Therapeutic communities and aftercare programs, 209.4231-209.4244

      Psychology, practice includes diagnosis and treatment of alcoholism or addiction, 641.025

      Referrals for treatment or services, priority access, expedited application, 422.2713, 422A.370

      Seventh Judicial District Court, notice by defendants, 7th JDCR 18

      State plan, establishment, 458.025

      Substance Abuse Working Group, duties, 228.820

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (See INTOXICATING LIQUORS)

ALCOHOLICS (See ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE)

ALERT SYSTEMS

      Abducted children (See AMBER ALERT SYSTEM)

      Missing endangered older persons (See SILVER ALERT SYSTEM)

ALFALFA SEEDS (See SEEDS)

ALIASES (See NAMES—Fictitious names)

ALIBIS

      Intention to claim alibi and list of witnesses, defendant to file and serve notice on prosecuting attorney, 174.233

      Rebuttal witnesses, prosecuting attorney to file and serve notice on defendant, 174.233

ALIENATION OF AFFECTIONS

      Cause of action abolished, 41.370-41.420

ALIENS (See FOREIGN CITIZENS)

ALIMONY (See also DIVORCE; SEPARATE MAINTENANCE)

      Adjudication of property rights, 125.150, 125.155

      Arrearages or default in payment, judgment for, 125.180

      Attorney’s fees, 125.150, RPC 1.5(d)

      Children, for support of, 125.150

      Considerations by court in awarding, 125.150

      Death of party, effect, 125.150

      Exemption from execution, 21.090

      Family Support Act, Uniform Interstate, ch. 130

      Generally, 125.150

      Injunctions, when inapplicable, NRCP 65(f)

      Modification by court, 125.150

      Public assistance received, reimbursement from alimony payments, 425.360

      Recovery of support payments

             Collection of obligation in conjunction with child support, 31A.110

             Division of Welfare and Supportive Services entitled to reimbursement for assistance paid, 425.360

             Garnishment of earnings, 31.295

             Judicial retirement benefits, withholding or payment to alternate payee, 1A.520

             Public Employees’ Retirement System, payment of allowance or benefit to alternate payee pursuant to domestic relations order, 286.6703

      Remarriage, effect, 125.150

ALKALIS (See also POISON)

      Dangerous caustic or corrosive substances, regulation, 586.460-586.520

      Eyewear, protection required in school classes using toxic substances, 392.455

ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES (See OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES; TRIMOBILES)

ALLERGIES

      Schools

             Anaphylaxis, development of comprehensive action plan, 388.427, 394.1997

             Auto-injectable epinephrine

                   Physicians, orders for schools to obtain and maintain, 388.424, 394.1995, 630.374, 633.707

                   Private schools, maintenance and administration by personnel, 394.1995, 454.303

                   Public schools, maintenance and administration by personnel, 386.598, 388.421, 388.424, 391.207, 454.303

             Food allergies, training, 388.427, 394.1997

             Pupils, authorization for self-medication, immunity from liability, 392.425

      Therapeutic pharmaceutical agent defined, optometry, 636.024

ALLEYS (See STREETS AND ALLEYS)

ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL OF NEVADA (See also MENTAL ILLNESS, PERSONS WITH)

      Medicaid program for prescription drugs, duties, 422.4055

ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS (See specific professions)

ALLODIAL TITLES

      Allodial Title Subaccount for Stabilization, creation, 361.920

      Allodial Title Trust Account, creation, 361.920

      Application to establish title, 361.900

      Criminal forfeiture provisions, applicability, 115.010

      Deeds of trust, property exempt from foreclosure, exception, 115.010

      Duration of validity, 361.910

      Exemption from execution for property held under, 21.090, 115.010

      Homestead exemption, applicability, 115.010

      Liens, property exempt from enforcement process, exception, 115.010

      Mortgages, property exempt from foreclosure, exception, 115.010

      Payments in lieu of property taxes, calculation, 361.900

      Relinquishment of title, 361.915

ALMS, SOLICITATION OF (See also BEGGARS)

      Minors’ employment unlawful, 609.210

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (See generally ARBITRATION; MEDIATION; SETTLEMENT CONFERENCES; SHORT TRIALS)

ALTERNATIVE FUELS

      Adulteration unlawful, 590.060

      Advertising

             Brand, designation or lack thereof, 590.190, 590.200, 590.270

             Civil penalties, 590.322, 590.324

             Conditions of sale, information concerning, 590.230, 590.270

             Contents and form of advertising medium, 590.230

             Criminal penalties, 590.330

             Distorting meaning of advertisement for other goods, 590.290

             False or misleading advertising, prohibited acts, 590.050

             Fuel not currently available for sale, advertising prohibited, 590.320

             Grade, size of letters designating individual grade, 590.210, 590.270

             Placement of advertising medium, 590.280

             Price

                   Advertisement of price to include brand name and grade, 590.170

                   Reduced price, phraseology used in advertising medium, 590.180

                   Size of letters, words, figures or numerals indicating prices, 590.220, 590.270

             Visibility and color of words, letters, figures or numerals, 590.260, 590.270

      Biodiesel and biodiesel blend fuels, taxation, ch. 366

      Containers and dispensers

             Labeling, requirements, 590.040, 590.060, 590.131, 590.133, 590.170

             Sealing, notice requirements, prohibited acts, 590.100, 590.110

      Criminal penalties, 590.150, 590.330

      Definition, 486A.030, 590.020

      Ethanol, taxation, ch. 365

      False branding unlawful, 590.030

      Fleet vehicles

             Applicability of laws, 486A.140

             Definitions, 486A.020-486A.130

             Legislative declaration, 486A.010

             Penalties, 486A.180

             Regulations and enforcement, 486A.150-486A.170

      Grade defined, 590.020

      Incentive program for acquisition of vehicles that use alternative fuel, 486A.200

      Inspection fees

             Imposition and use, 590.120

             Monthly reports to Department of Motor Vehicles, contents, 590.120

             Procedures for collection, ch. 360A

      Liquefied petroleum gas, alternative fuel defined to include, applicability of laws, 590.020

      Measuring devices, inspection for accuracy, 590.100

      Methanol, taxation, ch. 365

      No brand products, 590.040, 590.190, 590.200, 590.320

      Sales tax, motor vehicle fuels exempt from, 372.275, 374.280

      Samples, 590.100

      School districts, financing of transportation equipment, 387.205, 445B.500

      Sealing storage tanks, notice requirements and prohibited acts, 590.100, 590.110

      Specifications for fuel

             Adoption and enforcement, 590.070, 590.071

             Fines for violations, 590.071

             Sales of nonconforming fuel prohibited, additional penalties, 590.070

             Variances, regulations, 590.070

      Substituted fuels prohibited, 590.060

      Testing fuel, use of certain measurement tables, 590.105

ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK (See LIVESTOCK)

ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING

      Community service (See COMMUNITY SERVICE AS PUNISHMENT OR RESTITUTION)

      Departments of alternative sentencing

             Administration of program of supervision, 4.372, 5.052

             Arrest, grounds, procedure, 211A.125

             Assistant officers

                   Certification and training, 289.450-289.600

                   Duties, 211A.120

                   Employment, 211A.110

                   Murder of officer, first degree, 200.033

                   Peace officer powers, 289.180

                   Rights of peace officers, 289.020-289.120

             Chief

                   Appointment, qualifications, 211A.100

                   Certification and training, 289.450-289.600

                   Duties, 211A.110

                   Peace officer powers, 289.180

                   Unclassified service, 211A.100

             Confidentiality of information obtained in discharge of duties, 211A.140

             Creation, 211A.080

             Definitions, 211A.010-211A.070

             Employees, 211A.110

             Fees for cost of supervision, 211A.130

             Felony arrest of certain persons, requirements for admission to bail, 178.484

             Modification or revocation of conditions of suspended sentence or pretrial or presentence release, 211A.127

             Powers and duties, 211A.090

             Reports, 211A.110

             Supervision of probationers and supervised releasees, 211A.090

             Violations, 211A.125, 211A.127

      Residential confinement (See RESIDENTIAL CONFINEMENT)

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

      Employees of facilities caring for dementia patients, continuing education, 449.094

      Licensing and operation of facilities providing care to persons with, 449.0302

      Respite care or relief for informal caretakers, funding, 439.630

      Task Force on Alzheimer’s Disease, 439.508-439.5085

AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS

      Public officers and employees, leave of absence for duty as emergency communications technician, 281.149

      Restrictions on service communications or regulation of station antenna structures, limitations, 278.02085

      Special license plates for holders of station licenses, issuance, 482.375

AMBASSADORS

      Honorary consuls of foreign countries, license plates, 482.3675

      Taking of affidavits in foreign countries, 53.040

AMBER ALERT SYSTEM

      Activation of System, 432.370

      Administration of System, 432.340

      Committee for the Statewide Alert System, creation, powers and duties, 432.350-432.370

      Composition, requirements for participation, 432.340

      Definitions, 432.300-432.330

      False statements causing activation, penalty, 207.285

      Immunities, 432.380

AMBLYOPIA

      Maternal and Child Health Services Program to include testing for, 442.153

AMBULANCE DRIVERS AND ATTENDANTS (See EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES)

AMBULANCES (See EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; TRAFFIC CONTROL—Emergency vehicles and official vehicles of regulatory agencies)

AMBULATORY PATIENTS, SURGICAL CENTERS FOR (See MEDICAL FACILITIES AND RELATED ENTITIES)

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS

      Advisory Committee on Nursing Assistants and Medication Aides, representation, 632.072

      Medicaid program for prescription drugs, duties, 422.4055

AMERICAN FLAG (See FLAGS)

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

      Stroke and Heart Disease, Advisory Committee for the Prevention and Treatment of, membership, 439.492

AMERICAN INDIANS (See NATIVE AMERICANS)

AMERICAN LAND CONSERVANCY

      Property tax exemption, 361.111, 361.155

AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (See FEDERAL ECONOMIC STIMULUS MONEY AND PROGRAMS)

AMERICAN RED CROSS

      Property tax exemption, 361.110, 361.155

      Public officers or employees, leave of absence for duty as disaster technician, 281.147

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

      Nevada System of Higher Education, uniform course of study and policies and procedures on teaching, 396.516

      Practice of interpreting (See also INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS)

             Definition, 656A.060

      Public school instruction, 389.0185

      Teaching license or endorsement, qualifications and requirements established by regulation, 391.019

AMICUS CURIAE

      Filing and form, NRAP 29, NRAP 32

AMMUNITION (See also FIREARMS)

      Actions against manufacturers or distributors restricted, 12.107, 41.131

      Black powder and smokeless gunpowder, unlawful distribution, penalty, 476.220

      Cities, limited authority to regulate ammunition, 268.418

      Counties, limited authority to regulate ammunition, 244.364

      Domestic violence, notice to offender of laws regarding transportation or possession of ammunition, 176.337

      Emergency powers, confiscation of ammunition restricted, civil remedies, 41.0395, 414.0355, 414.155

      Evidence in court, viewing and photographing, SCR Part XI

      Explosives (See EXPLOSIVES AND FLAMMABLE MATERIAL)

      Hoax bombs, unlawful acts relating to, 202.263

      Hunting

             Carrying loaded rifle or shotgun in or on vehicle prohibited, 503.165

             Exhibition to enforcement officers, 502.120

             Use of certain ammunition prohibited, 503.150

             Violations, seizure of ammunition for evidence, forfeitures, 501.375, 501.3857

      Liability of manufacturers or distributors, limitation, 41.131

      Metal-penetrating bullets

             Additional penalty when used in commission of crime, 193.163, 193.169

             Unlawful manufacture or sale, exceptions, 202.273

      Prisoners, possession of fixed ammunition prohibited, 212.185

      Sale or disposal to certain persons prohibited, penalty, 202.362

      Storage of combustible materials in cities and towns, 476.060

      Tear gas bombs (See TEAR GAS BOMBS)

      Towns, limited authority to regulate ammunition, 269.222

      Tracer or incendiary ammunition, discharge restricted, 476.070

AMUSEMENT PARKS

      Assumption of risks, 455B.070

      Definitions, 455B.010

      Duties of passengers on rides, 455B.040

      Equal enjoyment of facilities, entitlement, 651.050-651.120

      Injuries, reports, 455B.090

      Live entertainment tax, applicability, 368A.200

      Ordinances authorized, 455B.100

      Prohibited conduct, 455B.050-455B.080

      Safety of passengers, operator’s duty to ensure, 455B.020

      Safety of persons or property, penalty for willful or wanton disregard of, 202.595

      Sex offenders, prohibition against being in or near certain places, 176A.410, 213.1243, 213.1245, 213.1255

      Signs, posting and maintenance, 455B.030

      Trespassers, 455B.070

AMUSEMENT TAXES

      Addition of more than lawful amount of tax prohibited, penalty, 597.830

      Live entertainment tax, ch. 368A

AMYGDALIN (See DRUGS—Laetrile)

AN - AW

ANABOLIC STEROIDS (See also CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES)

      Definition, 453.137

      Regulation, 453.146

ANARCHY, CRIMINAL

      Definition, unlawful acts, penalty, 203.115

      Emergency management organizations, 414.150

      National Guard members, 412.496

      Nevada System of Higher Education, personnel, 396.320

      Public officer or employee, 281.330

      Schools, public

             Personnel, 391.31297, 391.330

             Property, use by persons advocating overthrow of government prohibited, 393.0715

             Textbooks, subversive doctrines prohibited, 390.160

      Syndicalism, criminal, 203.117

ANATOMICAL DISSECTION

      Committee on Anatomical Dissection, creation, powers and duties, 451.350-451.470

      Dead bodies generally (See DEAD BODIES)

ANATOMICAL GIFTS

      Definitions, 451.510-451.5545, 460.100-460.140

      Donors

             Acknowledgment of gifts, duties of School of Medicine, 460.140

             Search of potential donors, 451.572

      Driver’s licenses, provision of certain information to applicants or holders, 483.340

      Identification cards, provision of certain information to holders, 483.840

      License plates encouraging donation of human organs, 482.37905

      Medicaid, prescription drug coverage, 422.4025

      POLST form, requirements, 449.694

      Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act

             Acceptance or rejection of gift, 451.579

             Advance directives, effect of potential gift, resolution of conflicts, 451.595

             Amendment of gift, 451.558, 451.559, 451.562, 451.568

             Applicability, 451.503

             Application and construction, 451.505

             Definitions, 451.510-451.5545

             Document of gift

                   Delivery, examination and copying, 451.578

                   Prohibited acts, 451.591

                   Validity, governing law, effect, presumptions, 451.593

             Donees

                   Procurement organizations and others, rights, 451.579

                   Who may become, 451.571

             Donor registries, creation, requirements, 451.594

             Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, relation to, 451.598

             Embalming, burial, cremation or funeral services, permissible acts, 451.579

             Hospitals, duties, 451.572

             Immunities, 451.592

             Manner of making gift, 451.556, 451.558, 451.568

             Minors, gift by, 451.558, 451.562

             Persons who may make anatomical gift, 451.556, 451.568

             Physicians removing or transplanting part, restrictions, duties, 451.579, 451.597

             Presumption of validity of gift, 451.593

             Procurement organizations

                   Coroners, agreements with, 451.596, 451.597

                   Definition, 451.547

                   Hospitals, agreements with, 451.584

                   Receipt of gifts, 451.571

                   Rights and duties, 451.579

             Refusal to make gift, procedure, effect, 451.561

             Revocation of gift, 451.558, 451.559, 451.562

             Search of potential donors, 451.572

             Technicians, removal of donated parts, 451.579, 451.597

             Will, gift by, 451.558, 451.559

      Transplantation

             Liability for procurement, processing, distribution or use of tissue or organ, 460.010

             State assistance for payment of costs, 460.140

             Unlawful sale or purchase of human organs, 201.460

      University of Nevada School of Medicine, duties, 460.140, 460.150

ANCIENT DOCUMENTS (See also DOCUMENTS AND WRITINGS)

      Authentication as evidence, 52.095

ANESTHESIA

      Dental employees, restrictions on administration of general anesthesia, 631.313

      Dentists, administration of general anesthesia, permits, fees, 631.055, 631.265, 631.345

      Felony, administration of anesthetic to aid in commission of

             Investigation, polygraphic examination of victim restricted, 171.1228

             Penalty, 200.405

             Sex offenders (See SEX OFFENDERS)

      Optometrists, use of topical anesthetics, 636.382

      Permits for services in physician’s offices and certain other facilities, 449.435-449.448

      Physicians, administration, 630.373, 633.694

      Podiatric physicians, authorized activities, 635.085

      Surgeries involving general anesthesia, reports, 630.130, 630.30665, 633.286, 633.524

ANESTHETISTS

      Certified registered nurse anesthetists (See also NURSES AND NURSING)

             Definition and licensing fees, 632.014, 632.345

      County medical scholarship program, 244.382-244.3823

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS

      Citations, authority to issue, 171.17751

      Controlled substance, possession and administration, 453.375

      Motor vehicles, authority to remove certain animals from, 574.195

      Reports of cruelty to animals, receipt, duties, 574.053

      Units of specialized law enforcement, establishment, 280.125

ANIMAL TECHNICIANS (See VETERINARIANS—Veterinary technicians)

ANIMALS (See also specific animal)

      Abandonment, 574.100, 574.110

      Adoption of animals

             License plates for animal appreciation, use of proceeds, 482.379175

             Spaying and neutering of animals adopted from certain agencies, 574.600-574.660

             Swap meets, prohibited acts, exceptions, 574.550

      Agistors’ liens, 108.540-108.570

      Animal shelters, regulation, 574.360-574.440

      Brands (See BRANDS AND MARKS, ANIMALS)

      Cats (See CATS)

      Cattle (See CATTLE; LIVESTOCK)

      Collection or shipping of animals for scientific or educational purposes, 503.650

      Control officers (See ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS)

      Cosmetological establishments, animals on premises prohibited, exception, 644.472

      Cruelty to animals

             Agricultural field agents and inspectors, peace officer powers, 289.290

             Arrest by humane society members and agents, 574.040

             City council’s power to prohibit, 266.325

            Civil liability for injury or death of certain pets, 41.740

             County ordinances, 244.189, 244.359

             Dogs (See DOGS)

             Generally, 574.050-574.200

             Juvenile offenders, counseling or other psychological treatment, 62E.680

             Maiming, poisoning or killing animal of another, penalty, civil liability, 41.690, 193.1675, 206.150

             Motor vehicles, leaving cat or dog unattended during period of extreme heat or cold, penalty, 574.195

             Peace officer or officer of humane society, authority to take animals, 574.055

             Pets in care of catteries, kennels, shelters or retailers, 574.210-574.440

             Probation, conditions, 176A.416

             Psychiatric evaluation of offenders, 176A.416

             Service animals, Interfering with, beating or killing, 426.790

             Societies for prevention of cruelty to animals, 574.010-574.040

             Veterinarians, 638.1408

             Vivisection for scientific purposes authorized, 574.200

      Dead animals

             Diseased carcasses, disposal, 571.200

             Meat, prohibited acts, 583.010-583.050

             Unlawful disposal, 202.180, 202.185, 444.621-444.645

      Desert Tortoise designated state reptile, 235.065

      Diseases and diseased animals

             Abandonment unlawful, 574.110

             Carcasses

                   Disposal, 571.200

                   Unlawful possession with intent to sell, 583.030

             Control and eradication of diseases, 571.120-571.250, 574.440

             Diagnostic laboratories, establishment, 561.305

             Meat, sale unlawful, 583.010, 583.020

             Milk-producing animals, 574.170

             Product constitutes adulterated food, 585.300

             Sale of diseased animal unlawful, 573.130, 574.130, 574.450

      Dogs (See DOGS)

      Domestic animals (See also LIVESTOCK)

             Agriculture, Department of, powers and duties, ch. 561

             Chasing, worrying, injuring or killing by dog, unlawful to permit, 568.370, 575.020

             Highways, duties of owner, 568.360

             Killing animal running at large, 41.690, 193.1675, 205.220, 205.222, 206.150

             Operators of catteries, kennels, commercial establishments or shelters, duties, 574.360-574.510

             Personal property, 193.021

             Railroads, liability for death or injury on unfenced track, 705.120, 705.130

             Theft as petit larceny, 205.240, 207.185

      Domestic violence (See also DOMESTIC VIOLENCE)

             Defined to include injuring or killing animal, protection orders, 33.018, 33.030

             Notice regarding rights to protection of animals, 171.1225

      Educational purposes, collection or shipping for, 503.650

      Entry of animals from other state, requirements, prohibited imports, 571.210

      Estrays (See ESTRAYS AND FERAL LIVESTOCK)

      Execution, exemption, 21.090

      Feed

             Labeling and sale of commercial feed, regulation, 587.670-587.690

             Organic products, certification of producers and handlers, 587.700-587.830

      Feed corrals, licensing and regulation in towns, 269.170-269.173

      Fighting between, instigating or attending, 202.450-202.480, 574.060-574.090

      Food waste to be fed to animals, regulations for processing, 571.135

      Fraud by bailee to obtain, 205.400

      Game animals (See WILDLIFE)

      Goats (See GOATS)

      Grazing (See GRAZING AND GRAZING LANDS)

      Hate crimes, civil liability, 41.690

      Hide or carcass, sale or purchase with intent to defraud, 41.690, 193.16775, 205.220, 205.222

      Highways or streets

             Damage from driving animals along, 405.240

             Duties of owner when animals ranging on highway, 568.360

             Riding animals or driving animal-drawn vehicles, traffic control, 484B.103

      Horses (See HORSES)

      Humane societies, 574.010-574.040

      Inherently dangerous animals, county ordinances, 244.359

      Jurisdiction of offenses concerning animals, 171.045

      Keeping place used for baiting or fighting unlawful, 574.060

      Kennels, duties of operators, 574.360-574.510

      Leases

             Goods defined, 104A.2103

             Identification, 104A.2217

      Liens of agistor, feeder or breeder, 108.540-108.570

      Livestock (See LIVESTOCK)

      Malicious maiming, poisoning or killing, penalty, civil liability, 41.690, 193.1675, 206.150

      Pest control (See also PESTICIDES)

             Cooperation in suppression of pests, 555.021

             Investigation and control by State Department of Agriculture, 555.010

             Pests, declaration by Director of State Department of Agriculture, 586.310

             Vertebrate pest defined, 555.005

      Pet stores, duties of operators, 574.360-574.510

      Pets (See PETS)

      Poisoning animal of another, 41.690, 193.1675, 206.150, 574.150

      Police animals

             Access to places of public accommodation, 651.075

             Riding animal in performance of duties, exemption from certain traffic laws, 484B.297

             Unlawful acts related to, 574.105

      Predatory animals

             Agriculture, State Board of, money for control measures, 562.190

             Aircraft, permit to hunt from, 503.005

             Committees (See PREDATORY ANIMAL AND RODENT COMMITTEE, STATE; PREDATORY ANIMALS, COMMITTEE TO CONTROL)

             Destruction by spring gun or device, 202.255

             Game tags, use of additional fee, 502.253

      Quarantine, 571.045-571.110

      Rabbits (See RABBITS)

      Rabies

             Ordinances for control of, 244.358, 268.427, 269.227

             Regulations by State Board of Health, 441A.410

      Railroad transportation, 705.090-705.110

      Reptile, state, 235.065

      Rodents (See RODENTS)

      Running at large (See also ESTRAYS AND FERAL LIVESTOCK)

             City council’s powers concerning, 266.325

             County ordinances to prohibit, 244.189, 244.355, 244.359

             Duty of owner when animal on highway, 568.360

             Killing animals running at large, 41.690, 193.1675, 205.220, 205.222, 206.150

             Railroad right-of-way, unlawful, 705.140

             Towns, power to prohibit, 269.195, 269.200

             Trespass, 569.440, 569.450

             Vicious animals, unlawful to allow, 575.020

      Sales of animals

             Cats and dogs, regulation, 574.450-574.510

             Goods defined, 104.2105

             Insurable interest of buyer, 104.2501

             Livestock auctions (See LIVESTOCK)

             Sales and use taxes, certain sales exempt, 372.280, 374.285

             Swap meets, prohibited acts, exceptions, 574.550

      Scientific purposes, collection or shipping of animals for, 503.650, 574.200

      Secured transactions, definitions, 104.9102

      Service animals (See DISABILITIES, PERSONS WITH)

      Sheep (See SHEEP)

      Sidewalks, unlawful to ride or drive animal on sidewalk, 405.250

      Spaying and neutering

             License plates for animal appreciation, use of proceeds, 482.379175

             Ordinances requiring sterilization, notices, 574.460, 574.470, 574.670

             Pets adopted from certain agencies, 574.600-574.660

      State animal, 235.070

      Theft of animals

             Duties of peace officers, 205.230

             Estrays and feral livestock, 569.100

             Forfeiture of property used in commission of crime, 179.1156-179.121

             Grand larceny, 41.690, 193.1675, 205.220, 205.222

             Leading or driving horse away without authority, 206.160

             Petit larceny, 205.240, 207.185

      Traffic laws, applicability to persons riding animals or driving animal-drawn vehicles, 484B.103, 484B.297, 484D.175

      Trusts for care of animals, validity, 163.0075

      Veterinarians (See VETERINARIANS)

      Vicious animals

             Allowing animal to escape or run at large, penalty, 575.020

             Causing death, owner guilty of manslaughter, 200.240

             Dogs, unlawful acts, 202.500

             Killing authorized, 574.200, 575.020

             Liability for animal which bothers, injures or kills livestock of another, 575.020

      Vivisection, 574.200

      Wildlife (See WILDLIFE)

ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY

      Cities

             Counties with population of 700,000 or more

                   Alternative procedures, 268.597

                   Annexed territory, benefits and obligations, 268.598

                   Boundaries affecting certain tax parcels, adjustment, 268.5975

                   Court order staying effectiveness of ordinance, application, limitations, 268.604

                   Definitions, 268.574

                   Disapproval of annexation, 268.592

                   Expenditures authorized, 268.606

                   Hearing, 268.586, 268.590

                   Legislative declaration, 268.572

                   Map or plat, preparation and recording, 268.600

                   Notice of public hearing, contents and publication, 268.586

                   Ordinance extending corporate limits, 268.592, 268.596, 268.604

                   Petition, commencement of action upon receipt, 268.582

                   Plans for extension of services, report, 268.578, 268.588, 268.590

                   Population, degree of subdivision and use of land, determination, 268.608

                   Protests to annexation, 268.586, 268.590, 268.594

                   Record owners of property, determination, 268.594

                   Regional planning coalition, duties, 278.02542

                   Resolution of intent to consider annexation, 268.584

                   Roads and railroads, inclusion in annexed territory, 268.595

                   Services after annexation, mandamus to compel, 268.602

                   Standards of territory to be annexed, 268.580

             Counties with population under 700,000

                   Alternative procedures, 268.670

                   Annexation over protests, 268.660

                   Annulment of annexation, 268.668

                   Boundaries, changing within certain time before election restricted, 268.666

                   City annexation commissions

                          Advisory services rendered by planning commission, 268.632

                          Chair, 268.628

                          Creation, 268.626

                          Equipment and supplies, 268.634

                          Expenses, 268.628, 268.634

                          Members, 268.626, 268.628

                          Notice of action to city, 268.652

                          Personnel, 268.634

                          Planning commission, county officers, services, 268.632

                          Powers, duties, 268.630

                          Professional and consulting services, 268.634

                          Quarters, 268.634

                          Transfer of duties to regional transportation commission, 268.626

                   City-owned territory, 268.670

                   Definitions, 268.612-268.624

                   Denial of annexation, 268.660

                   Detachment of territory from city, 268.636, 268.664, 268.668

                   Determination following hearing, 268.648

                   Disapproval, limitation on subsequent notice of intention, 268.648, 268.650

                   Exclusion of lands owned by public body, 268.660

                   Factors in reviewing proposal, 268.646

                   Hearing, 268.642, 268.644, 268.658

                   Initiation of annexation, procedures, 268.636

                   Notice of intention to annex, 268.638

                   Notification to board of county commissioners, 268.670

                   Petition by owners of contiguous property, 268.670

                   Protests, 268.656, 268.658

                   Publication of intent to annex, 268.654

                   Real property owners, determination, 268.662

                   Regional plan, program of annexation, 268.625, 268.6255

                   Regional planning commission, duties, 278.0274

                   Review of proposed annexation, 268.640

                   Roads and railroads, inclusion in annexed territory, 268.663

                   Stay of annexation by court order, 268.668

             Property tax abatement, effect of annexation to taxing entity, 361.4732

             Unincorporated town annexed by incorporated city, effect, 269.012

      Conservation districts, 548.515

      Elections, annexing territory in year in which general election held, 293.209

      Fire protection districts, 474.325-474.395

      General improvement districts

             Electricity, district created to furnish, 318.261-318.272

             Procedure, 318.258

      Irrigation districts, 539.708-539.748

      Property tax abatement, effect of annexation to taxing entity, 361.4732

      Towns, unincorporated, 269.012, 269.650-269.660

      Underground service districts, 704A.250, 704A.260

      Water conservancy districts, 541.310

ANNUITIES (For general provisions relating to insurance, see INSURANCE)

      Applications, 687B.100, 687B.110

      Assignability of rights, 687B.290

      Authority of life insurance companies, 680A.110, 680A.130

      Banks, authority to sell, 662.015, 683A.231

      Charitable-gift annuities, 688A.281-688A.285

      Child support orders, payment, 31A.150, 31A.330

      Contracts

             Countersignatures unnecessary, 680A.310

             Dividends, payment, 688A.230

             Entirety of contract, 688A.210

             Grace period, 688A.190, 688A.390

             Incontestability, 688A.200, 688A.370

             Misstatements, effect, 688A.220

             Nonforfeiture provisions, 688A.361

             Prohibited contract plans, 688A.400

             Reinstatement rights, 688A.240, 688A.390

             Reversionary annuities, 688A.250

             Standard provisions, 688A.180-688A.240

             Surrender and request for cancellation, 688A.165

      Death benefits, payment, procedures, ch. 688D

      Definition, 688A.020

      Delivery of group annuity to group formed to purchase annuity prohibited, 688A.430

      Discrimination prohibited, 686A.100, 686A.120, 686A.130

      Estates, independent administration, purchase by personal representative, 143.620

      Excess charges, 686A.230

      Federal benefits, exemptions from execution, 21.105

      Forms, filing and approval, 687B.120, 687B.130

      Fraternal benefit societies, contractual benefits, 695A.180, 695A.490

      General tax on premiums, 679B.227, 680B.025-680B.060

      Group annuities, requirement for certificate of authority, 680A.070

      Illegal dealing in premiums, 686A.230

      Inducements, unfair, 686A.110, 686A.120

      Industrial insurers, purchase, 616C.412

      Insurance adjusters law inapplicable, 684A.010

      Insurance producers, limited licenses, 683A.261

      Insurers, separate accounts, 688A.390

      Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact, ch. 687C

      Issuance by affiliate of authorized insurer, 680A.070

      Judicial retirement

             Rights to benefits exempt from certain laws, 1A.120

             Use of annuities to purchase creditable service authorized, 1A.310

      Life-sustaining procedures, effect of declaration regarding withholding or withdrawal, 449.650, 450B.570

      Long-term care insurance, incorporation in annuity contract, 688A.020, 688A.440

      Medical examination of applicant, notice of detection of serious condition, 687B.450

      Minors

             Compromise of claims, blocked financial investments, 41.200

             Power to contract, 687B.070

      Murder or felonious killing of decedent, forfeiture of benefits by culpable actor, ch. 41B

      Nevada Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act, ch. 686C

      Nonforfeiture law

             Annuity contracts, requirements, 688A.361

             Calculation of benefits available at time other than contract anniversary, 688A.366

             Cash surrender and death benefits before maturity, value of, 688A.3633

             Insurance to which nonforfeiture law inapplicable, 688A.369

             Maturity date, 688A.3637

             Minimum nonforfeiture amounts, 688A.363

             Minimum nonforfeiture benefits for contracts providing both annuity and life insurance benefits, 688A.367

             Paid-up annuity benefits before maturity for contracts not providing cash surrender or death benefits, value of, 688A.3635

             Paid-up annuity benefits when benefit payments to commence, value of, 688A.3631

             Statement that policy does not provide cash surrender benefits or death benefits equal to nonforfeiture amount, 688A.364

      Order of distribution of claims from estate of insurer, 696B.420

      Payment discharges insurer, 687B.210

      POLST form, effect of execution, 449.6954

      Power of attorney, authority as agent, 162A.540, 162A.590

      Proceeds exempt from claims of third parties, 687B.290

      Public Employees’ Retirement System, purchase of creditable service, 286.300

      Purchase or rental of property or services, use of annuity as inducement prohibited, exception, 686A.250

      Rates, 686B.010-686B.1799

      Rebates prohibited, 686A.110, 686A.120

      Reserves, standards of valuation, 681B.110-681B.150

      School districts, annuities for employees, 391.380

      Unclaimed Property Act, Uniform, ch. 120A

ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE

      Action, form, 125.390

      Arrearages in support payments, judgment for, 125.440

      Contractual grounds, 125.350

      Custody of children, 125.450-125.520

      Decrees, restrictions on preparation and issuance, 440.175

      Discovery requirements, NRCP 16.2, NRCP 16.21

      Divorce complaint, cause for annulment may be pleaded in, 125.380

      Evidence, reporting and transcription, 125.430

      Fees, additional fee in action for annulment, 19.033

      Fraud, 125.340

      Jurisdiction of courts, marriages contracted outside State, 125.370

      Lack of consent, 125.320

      Legitimacy of children, effect on, 125.410

      Mental illness or intellectual disability, persons with, 125.330

      Nonprobate transfer of property on death, effect of annulment, 111.781

      Premarital agreements (See also PREMARITAL AGREEMENTS)

             Generally, ch. 123A

      Presumption concerning out-of-state marriage laws, 125.420

      Referee, appointment and duties, 125.005

      Reports by county clerks to State Registrar of Vital Statistics

             Contents and forms, 440.135

             Time for filing, 440.605

      Residence unnecessary where marriage performed in State, 125.360

      Service of process, 125.400

      Status of parties, determination, 125.390

      Trusts, effect on certain trusts, 163.565, 164.960

      Vital statistics fee, 440.605

      Void marriages, 125.290

      Voidable marriages, 125.300-125.370

      Wills, revocation

             Provisions in favor of former spouse, 133.115

             Transfers of real property, 136.225

ANSWERS (See PLEADINGS)

ANTELOPE (See also WILDLIFE)

      Disposal if storage or processing charges unpaid, 503.035

      Dogs, harassing, attacking or killing unlawful, 503.631

      Feeding intentionally, penalties, exceptions, 501.382

      Hunting (See also HUNTING)

             Tags, requirements, issuance, fees, 502.130, 502.145, 502.250, 502.253

      Killing or possessing unlawfully

             Civil penalties, 501.3855

             Criminal penalties, 501.376

             Forfeitures, 501.3857

             License, suspension or revocation, 62E.685, 501.1816, 501.388

      Possession and storage of wildlife out of season, 503.030

ANTENUPTIAL CONTRACTS (See also PREMARITAL AGREEMENTS)

      Generally, ch. 123A

ANTIFREEZE

      Adulteration, 590.360

      Advertisements, contents, 590.430

      Agricultural field agents and inspectors, peace officer powers, 289.290

      Definitions, 590.350

      Enforcement of laws, 590.400, 590.440

      Laboratories, examination of samples, 561.305

      List of brands and trademarks inspected furnished on request, 590.420

      Misbranding, 590.370

      Penalty for violations, 590.450

      Sales, requirements for inspection of sample and permits, 590.380

ANTILAPSE STATUTE, WILLS

      Death of beneficiary, 133.200

ANTITRUST (See MONOPOLIES)

ANTLERS

      Big game mammals generally (See WILDLIFE)

      Diseased animal killed by hunter, retention or disposition of antlers, 502.215

      Taking of shed antlers, regulations, 503.655

APARTMENT HOUSES (See also LANDLORD AND TENANT)

      Appliances and furniture leased to tenants excluded from property tax exemption, 361.069

      Appraisers of real estate, ch. 645C

      Assistance to finance housing, Nevada Rural Housing Authority, 315.9981-315.99874

      Condominiums (See CONDOMINIUMS)

      Defrauding proprietors, 205.445

      Discrimination in rental or lease prohibited, 207.300

      Energy conservation (See ENERGY CONSERVATION)

      Eviction (See EVICTION)

      Fair Housing Law, Nevada, 118.010-118.120

      Fire protection

             Changes to existing structures to enhance fire safety, 477.100-477.170

             Fire sprinklers, requirements, 477.150

             Revenue bonds, financing of projects, 244A.669-244A.763, 268.512-268.568, 349.400-349.670

             Roofing, fire retardant materials required in fire hazardous areas, 472.100

      Firearms, unlawful discharge, 202.285, 202.287

      Mechanics’ and materialmen’s liens (See MECHANICS’ AND MATERIALMEN’S LIENS)

      National Electrical Code, applicability, 278.583

      Planned Unit Development Law (See PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENTS)

      Plumbing Code, Uniform, 444.340-444.430

      Premises to which the public has access defined, 484A.185

      Property managers (See also PROPERTY MANAGERS)

             Certification by county or city, 244.331-244.3345, 268.0881-268.0888

      Recycling containers, placement, 278.02315, 444A.010-444A.080

      Senior complexes, issuance of employee work cards, restrictions, 118A.335

      Shower apparatus, restrictions on water consumption, 278.582

      Smoke detectors, requirements, 477.140

      Street address, number to be placed on apartment complex, 278.0231

      Swimming pools and spas, regulation, 444.065-444.120

      Tax on residential construction, 278.497-278.4987, 387.329-387.332

      Water to be provided through single connection, exception, 704.665

APIARIES (For specific provisions, see BEES AND BEEHIVES)

      Generally, ch. 552

APPEALS (See also JUDICIAL REVIEW)

      Administrative Procedure Act (See ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PROCEDURE)

      Age discrimination, 613.435

      Aggrieved party may appeal, 34.560, 233B.150, NRAP 3A(a), JCRCP 72A(a)

      Arbitration programs, applicability, NAR 3

      Certification of questions of law, NRAP 5

      Certiorari (See CERTIORARI)

      Court of Appeals (See also District court, appeals from, this heading)

             Power on appeal, 2A.170

      Criminal proceedings

             Acquittal, appeal of order granting motion for, 177.015

             Affirmance

                   Judgment to be executed on, 177.285

                   Without argument, 177.225

             Appeals, Court of, to, 2A.170, 177.015, 177.025

             Appellant, party appealing known as, 177.035

             Applications for relief pending review, 177.145

             Argument, date for, 177.215

             Automatic appeals, 177.055

             Bail

                   Nature of, 178.488

                   Notice of application to be given district attorney, 178.488

                   Qualification of sureties, 178.504

                   Refunding on reversal, 177.275

                   Upon appeal, 177.135, 178.488, 178.502, NRAP 8(e)

                   Who may admit to bail, 178.488

             Briefs, NRAP 28, NRAP 30-NRAP 32

             Counsel, number of, in argument, 177.235

             Death penalty

                   Automatic appeal, 177.055

                   Fax machine, filing by, NRAP 25(a)(4)

                   Intellectual disabilities, defendants with, 174.098, 175.554, 177.015

                   Opinion of court to be rendered within certain time, 177.267

                   Stay of execution, 176.415, 177.095, NRAP 8(f)

             Designation of parties, 177.035

             Dismissal

                   Of appeal, 177.205, NRAP 42

                   Orders granting motion to dismiss, appeal, 177.015

             Docketing of appeal, NRAP 12(a), NRAP 45(b)

             Docketing statement, NRAP 14

             Execution, stay of, 177.095-177.115, NRAP 8(f)

             Fast track criminal appeals, NRAP 3C, NRAP Form 5-NRAP Form 8

             Filing of papers, NRAP 25

             First Judicial District Court, local rule, FJDCR 33

             Guilty or guilty but mentally ill plea, appeals of conviction restricted, 177.015

             Habeas corpus (See also HABEAS CORPUS)

                   Appointment of counsel, NRAP 46(c)

                   Denial or granting of writ, 34.575

                   Order committing defendant to custody of foreign officer, 34.560

             Hearing

                   Argument

                          Number of counsel to be heard, 177.235

                          Reversal cannot be had without, 177.225

                   Presence of defendant unnecessary, 177.245

             Indigent persons

                   Appeal in forma pauperis, NRAP 24, NRAP Form 4

                   Appointment of counsel, NRAP 46(c)

             Inmates, appeals by, NRAP 4(d)

             Intermediate order or proceeding may be reviewed on, 177.045

             Judgment

                   Action which appellate court may take, 177.265

                   Affirmance, effect, 177.285

                   Appellant’s failure to appear, affirmance of judgment, 177.225

                   Arrest of judgment, appeal of orders granting motion, 177.015

                   Determination of, 177.265

                   Entry, 176.125, NRAP 4(b), NRAP 36

                   Errors, technical, to be disregarded, 177.255

                   Modification, 177.265

                   New trial, court may order, 177.265

                   Reversal

                          Argument prerequisite to, 177.225

                          Power of court to order, 177.265

                          Without ordering new trial, effect, 177.275

             Jurisdiction, after remittitur, 177.305

             Justice courts, 177.015, ch. 189

             Manner of taking, 177.075, NRAP 3, NRAP 3B

             Mistaken filing of appeal, NRAP 4(e)

             Motions, NRAP 27

             New trial, appeal of orders granting or refusing, 177.015

             Nolo contendere plea, appeal of conviction restricted, 177.015

             Notice of appeal, 177.075, NRAP 3, NRAP 3C(c), NRAP 4(b)

             Parties, designation of, 177.035

             Pretrial order concerning motion to suppress evidence, State may appeal, 177.015

             Probation, order may be stayed, 177.125

             Record on appeal

                   Docketing, time, NRAP 12

                   Generally, NRAP 10, NRAP 11

                   Preparation, 177.165

             Rehearings, NRAP 40

             Remittitur, certifying judgment to court below, 177.305, NRAP 36(e)

             Respondent, adverse party known as, 177.035

             Reversal only after argument, 177.225

             Rules governing, NRAP 3B

             State, effect of appeal by, 177.085

             Stay of execution, 177.095-177.115, NRAP 8(f)

             Supervision and control by appellate court, 177.155

             Supreme Court, to, 2.250, 177.015, 177.025, NRAP 3B

             Time limitations, NRAP 4(b)

             Venue, order changing or refusing to change, 174.455

             Withdrawal of appeal, NRAP 4(b)(6)

      District court, appeals from

             Abortion, order denying request for, 442.2555

             Administrative cases, 233B.150

             Aggrieved party may appeal, 34.560, 233B.150, NRAP 3A(a)

             Amicus curiae, brief, NRAP 29

             Appeal conference, NRAP 33

             Appealable determinations, NRAP 3A(b)

             Appellant

                   Brief, time for serving and filing, NRAP 30(e), NRAP 31(a)

                   Dilatory, effect on validity of appeal, NRAP 3(a)

                   Notice of appeal, NRAP 3

                   Representation by Nevada attorney required, NRAP 46(a)

                   Service of notice of appeal, NRAP 3(d)

             Arbitration, 38.247

             Argument, date for, 177.215

             Attachment, NRAP 3A(b)(5)

             Attorneys at law

                   Notice of appeal, receipt, NRAP 3(d)

                   Withdrawal, substitution or removal, NRAP 46(d), NRAP 46(e)

             Bail, admission to bail pending appeal, 177.135, 178.488, NRAP 8(e)

             Bond, requirements, NRAP 7, NRAP 8(b), NRCP 62(d), NRCP 62(e)

             Briefs

                   Amicus curiae, NRAP 29

                   Appendices to briefs, NRAP 30, NRAP 32

                   Association of foreign counsel, NRAP 46(a)(3)

                   Attorney’s certificate, NRAP 28.2, NRAP Form 9

                   Contents, NRAP 28(a), NRAP 30(b)

                   Costs, NRAP 39(c)

                   Cross-appeals, NRAP 28.1

                   Failure to file, effect, NRAP 31(d)

                   Filing, NRAP 30(e), NRAP 31(a)

                   Form of briefs or appendices, NRAP 32

                   Generally, NRAP 28-NRAP 32

                   Length, NRAP 28(g)

                   Multiple appellants or respondents, NRAP 28(i)

                   Number of copies required, NRAP 31(c)

                   References, NRAP 28(d), NRAP 28(e)

                   Reply briefs, NRAP 28(c)

                   Respondent’s brief, NRAP 28(b)

                   Sanctions for inadequate briefs, NRAP 28.2, NRAP 28(j), NRAP 30(g)

                   Service, NRAP 30(e), NRAP 31(a)

                   Statutes, rules and regulations, reproduction, NRAP 28(f)

                   Submission, NRAP 34(f)

                   Supplemental authorities, time for filing, NRAP 31(e)

                   Typewritten briefs, appendices, NRAP 32(a)

             Case appeal statement, NRAP 3(f), NRAP Form 2

             Child custody orders

                   Fast track appeals, NRAP 3E, NRAP Form 11-NRAP Form 13

                   Generally, NRAP 3A(b)(7)

             Clerk of court (See also SUPREME COURT CLERK)

                   Agent for service, sureties, NRAP 8(b)

                   Filing of papers with, NRAP 25

                   Filing of record, NRAP 12(b)

                   Mailing of notices, NRAP 8(b), NRAP 45(c)

                   Notice of filing of record, NRAP 12(b)

             Consolidated or joint appeals, NRAP 3(b)

             Constitutional question where State not party, notification, NRAP 44

             Correction of clerical errors, NRCP 60(a)

             Costs

                   Appendix to briefs, production, NRAP 30(h), NRAP 39(c)

                   Assessment, NRAP 39(a)

                   Bond on appeal, NRAP 7

                   Briefs, production, NRAP 39(c)

                   Collection in inferior court, NRAP 39(e)

                   Computation, NRAP 39(c)

                   Cost bill, contents, filing and verification, NRAP 39(c)

                   Frivolous appeals, NRAP 38

                   Generally, 2.250, 18.060, 19.013

                   Insertion in remittitur, NRAP 39(d)

                   Limitation, NRAP 39(c)

                   Taxation, NRAP 39(e)

                   Travel expenses of counsel, NRAP 39(c)

             Court of Appeal’s power, 2A.170

             Court reporters’ duties and obligations, NRAP 13

             Criminal actions (See Criminal proceedings, this heading)

             Cross-appeals, NRAP 12(a), NRAP 34(d)

             Death of party, NRAP 43(a)

             Depositions, pending appeal, NRCP 27(d)

             Determinations appealable, NRAP 3A(b)

             Disclosure statements, filing, NRAP 26.1

             Dismissal

                   Failure to proceed after notice, NRAP 3(a)

                   Voluntary, NRAP 42

             Docketing, NRAP 12(a), NRAP 45(b)

             Docketing statement, NRAP 14

            Documents, NRAP 11(a)

             Exhibits, NRAP 11(a)

             Fax machine, filing by, NRAP 25(a)(4)

             Fees, 2.250, ch. 19, NRAP 3(e)

             Filing of papers, NRAP 25

             Final judgment as subject of, NRAP 3A(b)(1)

             Frivolous appeals, costs, NRAP 38

             Generally, NRAP 3-NRAP 3B

             Guardianship proceedings, 159.325

             Habeas corpus, 34.560, 34.575

             Indigent persons, proceedings in forma pauperis, NRAP 24, NRAP Form 4

             Injunction pending appeal, NRCP 62(c)

             Injunctions, NRAP 3A(b)(3)

             Joint or consolidated appeals, NRAP 3(b)

             Judge, death, disability or retirement, 3.180

             Judgments

                   Appealable determinations, NRAP 3A(b)

                   Entry, NRAP 36, NRAP 45(c)

                   Interest on judgment, NRAP 37

             Jurisdiction of Supreme Court to review upon appeal, 2.090

             Liens, actions on, NRAP 3A(b)(9)

             Motions

                   Disqualification of justices, NRAP 35

                   For judgment, effect on time of appeal, NRAP 4(a)

                   Form, NRAP 32(c)

                   New trial

                          Effect on time of appeal, NRAP 4(a)

                          Motion unnecessary, NRAP 3A(a)

                   Supreme Court procedure, NRAP 27

                   To amend or make additional findings, effect on time of appeal, NRAP 4(a)

             Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure govern procedures, NRCP 81(a)

             New trial

                   Effect of motion on time of appeal, NRAP 4(a)

                   Motion unnecessary, NRAP 3A(a)

                   Power to order on appeal, 2.110, 2A.170

             Notice of appeal

                   Amended notices, additional fees prohibited, NRAP 4(a)

                   Appealable determinations, NRAP 3A(b)

                   Case appeal statement, NRAP 3(f), NRAP Form 2

                   Contents, NRAP 3(c)

                   Defendants not represented by counsel, procedure, 177.075

                   Fees for filing, 19.013

                   Filing, NRAP 3(a)

                   Form, NRAP Form 1

                   Joint or consolidated appeals, NRAP 3(b)

                   Service, NRAP 3(d)

                   Signatures required, 177.075

                   Time for filing, NRAP 4

             Oral argument

                   Amicus, participation, NRAP 29(h)

                   Association of foreign counsel, NRAP 46(a)(3)

                   Failure to file briefs, effect, NRAP 31(d)

                   Nonappearance of party, NRAP 34(e)

                   Notice, NRAP 34(a)

                   Order and content, NRAP 34(c)

                   Reading from briefs, records or authorities, NRAP 34(c)

                   Submission on briefs without argument, NRAP 34(f)

                   Time limit, NRAP 34(b)

             Orders

                   Appeal conferences, control of proceedings, NRAP 33

                   New trial, granting or refusing, NRAP 3A(b)(2)

                   Substitution of parties, NRAP 43

                   Venue, granting or refusing change, NRAP 3A(b)(6)

             Parties, NRAP 3A(a), NRAP 43

             Partition, interlocutory decrees in, NRAP 3A(b)(10)

             Procedure, NRAP 3-NRAP 3B

             Proceedings in forma pauperis, NRAP 24, NRAP Form 4

             Public officer as party, NRAP 43(c)

             Receiver, appointment of, NRAP 3A(b)(4)

             Record

                   Certification by clerk, NRAP 11(b)

                   Filing of record, NRAP 12(b)

                   Generally, NRAP 10

                   Notice of filing of record, NRAP 12(b)

                   On appeal, NRAP 10

                   Preparation and transmittal, NRAP 11

                   Sealed records, availability to Supreme Court, SRCR 7

                   Service of designation, NRCP 5(a)

             Rehearings, NRAP 32(c), NRAP 40

             Remittitur, NRAP 41

             Respondent

                   Brief, time for serving or filing, NRAP 30(e), NRAP 31(a)

                   Representation by Nevada attorney required, NRAP 46(a)

             Rulings appealable, NRAP 3A(b)

             Service of papers, manner and proof, NRAP 25

             Settlement conferences in civil appeals, NRAP 16

             Special orders after final judgment, NRAP 3A(b)(8)

             Stays pending appeal

                   Bond, requirements, NRAP 8(b), NRCP 62(d), NRCP 62(e)

                   Child custody cases, NRAP 8(d)

                   Criminal cases, 177.105-177.125, NRAP 8(e)

                   Execution of death penalty, 177.095, NRAP 8(f)

                   Factors to be considered by court in civil cases, NRAP 8(c)

                   Habeas corpus, order committing defendant to custody of foreign officer, 34.560

                   Procedures, NRAP 8(a)

                   Quo warranto, appeal does not stay judgment of ouster, 35.270

                   Venue, orders granting or refusing to grant motion to change, NRAP 3A(b)(6)

             Substitution of party pending appeal, NRAP 43

             Supreme Court’s power, 2.110

             Sureties’ liability, NRAP 8(b)

             Time, computation, NRAP 4(a)

             Transcripts

                   Fast track child custody appeals, NRAP 3E(c)

                   Generally, NRAP 9

                   Notice of completion and delivery, NRAP Form 15

                   Request or no request, forms, NRAP Form 3, NRAP Form 14

             Transmittal of fees and documents to Supreme Court, NRAP 3(g)

             Venue, change of, NRAP 3A(b)(6)

             Voluntary dismissal, NRAP 42

      Judicial disciplinary proceedings, Art. 6 § 21

      Justice court to district court

             Aggrieved party may appeal, JCRCP 72A(a)

             Agreed statements, JCRCP 74(e)

             Appealable determinations, JCRCP 72A(b)

             Appellant

                   Dilatory, effect on validity of appeal, JCRCP 72(a)

                   Notice of appeal, JCRCP 72

             Appellate jurisdiction of district court, Art. 6 § 6

             Attachment, JCRCP 72A(b)(2), JCRCP 73A(a)(1)

             Attorneys at law to receive notice of appeal, JCRCP 72(d)

             Bond, requirements, JCRCP 73-JCRCP 73B

             Briefs, JCRCP 75, JCRCP 76

             Clerk of court

                   Agent for service, sureties, JCRCP 65.1

                   Certification and transmittal of record, JCRCP 74A(b)

                   Notice of stay of proceedings, JCRCP 73A(b)

                   Record, filing, JCRCP 74B(b)

             Consolidated, JCRCP 72(b)

             Correction of clerical errors, JCRCP 60(a)

             Costs

                   Bond on appeal, JCRCP 73

                   Dismissal of appeal, JCRCP 76

                   Frivolous appeals, JCRCP 76A

                   Generally, ch. 19, 69.050, JCRCP 73

             Criminal procedure

                   Action to be judged on record, 189.050

                   Dismissal of appeal, grounds for, 189.060, 189.065

                   First Judicial District Court, local rule, FJDCR 33

                   Grounds for dismissal of complaint, 189.070

                   Judgments, appealable, 177.015, 189.010

                   Notice of intention to appeal, filing and service of, 189.020

                   Notice to appellant of filing of transcript or sound recording, 189.030

                   Sound recordings, transmission to clerk, 189.030, 189.035

                   State, appeal of order granting motion to suppress evidence, 189.120

                   Stay of judgment, 189.020

                   Time allowed for taking appeal, 189.010, 189.120

                   Transcript and other papers, transmittal to clerk, 189.030

             Cross-appeals, JCRCP 72B

             Death of party or attorney, JCRCP 72(d)

             Deposit

                   Equivalent to amount of judgment, JCRCP 73A(b)

                   Waiver of, JCRCP 73A(b)

             Depositions, use on appeal, JCRCP 27(b)

             Determinations appealable, JCRCP 72A(b)

             Dismissal

                   Failure to comply with rules, JCRCP 76

                   Failure to proceed after notice, JCRCP 72(a)

                   Failure to prosecute or unnecessary delay in bringing to hearing, JCRCP 76A

                   Transmission of parts of original records, JCRCP 74A(e)

             Docketing, JCRCP 74B(a)

             Extension of time for taking, JCRCP 6(b)

             Fees, 4.060, 19.020

             Final judgment as subject of, JCRCP 72A(b)(1)

             Generally, JCRCP 72-JCRCP 72B

             Joint or consolidated, JCRCP 72(b)

             Judgments, JCRCP 72A

             Legislative power to prescribe, Art. 6 § 8

             Liens, actions on, JCRCP 72A(b)(3)

             Motions, effect of certain motions on time of appeal, JCRCP 72B(b)

             New trial

                   Effect of motion on time of appeal, JCRCP 72B(b)

                   Motion unnecessary for appeals, JCRCP 72A(a)

                   Order granting or refusing, JCRCP 72A(b)(2)

                   Ordered on appeal, JCRCP 76A

             Notice of appeal, JCRCP 72, JCRCP 72B

             Oral argument, JCRCP 75A

             Orders, staying proceedings, JCRCP 72A(c)

             Parties, JCRCP 72A(a)

             Partition, interlocutory decrees in, JCRCP 72A(b)(3)

             Powers of district court on appeal, JCRCP 76A

             Procedure

                   Generally, JCRCP 72-JCRCP 72B

                   Where transcript defective, 189.035

             Record on appeal

                   Agreed statements, JCRCP 74(e)

                   Certification and transmittal by clerk, JCRCP 74A(b)

                   Contents, JCRCP 74(a), JCRCP 74(f)

                   Correction or modification, JCRCP 74(g)

                   Duty of appellant, JCRCP 74A(a)

                   Filing, JCRCP 74B(b)

                   Notice of filing, JCRCP 74B(b)

                   Preliminary determination, JCRCP 74A(e)

                   Statement of evidence or proceedings, JCRCP 74(c)

                   Statement of points, JCRCP 74(d)

                   Time for transmission, JCRCP 74A(d), JCRCP 74A(a)

                   Transcript, JCRCP 74A(d), JCRCP 74A(a)

             Rulings appealable, JCRCP 72A

             Second Judicial District, local rule, WDCR 19

             Several appeals of same judgment, JCRCP 74(i)

             Special orders after final judgment, JCRCP 72A(b)(2)

             Statement of points, JCRCP 74(d)

             Stays

                   Bond, requirements, JCRCP 62(d), JCRCP 73A

                   Venue, orders granting or refusing to grant motion to change, JCRCP 72A(c)

             Summary judgment, JCRCP 72A(d)

             Supersedeas bond

                   Failure to file or insufficiency, JCRCP 73B(a)

                   Form and effect, JCRCP 73A(b)

                   Leave to file after docketing action, JCRCP 73B(a)

                   Requirements on stay of appeal, JCRCP 62(d), JCRCP 73A

                   When required, JCRCP 73A(a)

             Sureties’ liability, JCRCP 65.1, JCRCP 73B(b)

             Time, computation, JCRCP 6, JCRCP 72B

             Timetable governing appeals, JCRCP 76B

             Transcript of proceedings, JCRCP 74(c), JCRCP 74(b), JCRCP 80(f)

             Venue, change of, JCRCP 72A(c), JCRCP 72A(b)

      Juvenile court orders, appeals, 62D.500

      Media, appeals concerning electronic coverage of court proceedings, SCR 243

      Municipal court to district court

             Bail, 5.080

             Conviction sustained, payment of fine, 5.090

             First Judicial District Court, local rule, FJDCR 33

             Judgment on appeal, 5.090

             Manner of taking, 266.595

             New trial ordered on appeal, 5.073, 266.565

             Notice of intention to appeal, 5.080

             Prescribed by law, Art. 6 § 8

      Questions of law, certification, NRAP 5

      Short trials, final judgments, NSTR 33

      Small claims court to district court

             Attorney’s fee, 73.050

             Bond, JCRCP 100

             Fees, 19.020

             Notice of appeal

                   Filing, JCRCP 98

                   Form, JCRCP 99

             Procedure, JCRCP 72-JCRCP 76B

             Requisites, JCRCP 98

      Summary proceedings, appeal prohibited, 29A.090

      Supreme Court (See also District court, appeals from, this heading)

             Jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 4

      Writ of review (See CERTIORARI)

APPEALS, COURT OF

      Assignment of cases, 2A.190

      Bail bonds, records, 178.546

      Bailiff (See also SUPREME COURT)

             Supreme Court Bailiff ex officio Bailiff of Court of Appeals, 2A.250

      Clerk (See also SUPREME COURT CLERK)

             Adjournment of Court, 1.060

             Oaths, authority to administer, 1.100

             Seal of Court kept by, 1.170

             Supreme Court Clerk ex officio Clerk of Court of Appeals, 2A.240

      Common law, application, 1.030

      Composition, Art. 6 § 3A, 2A.010

      Costs (See also COURT COSTS AND FEES)

             Appeals, discretion of court, 18.060

      Court of justice, 1.010

      Court of record, Art. 6 § 8, 1.020

      Credit or debit cards, acceptance for money owed Court, 1.113

      Decisions

             Advance sheets, 2.340

             Copies mailed to counsel, 2.370

             Effective when filed with Clerk, Art. 15 § 8

             Judgment of death, time to render opinion on appeal, 177.267

             Publication, Art. 15 § 8

             Reporters of decisions, 2.320

             Review by Supreme Court, 2A.160

             Written, 2A.190

      Disciplinary proceedings against judge, Art. 6 § 21, Art. 7 § 3

      Electronic filing, storage and reproduction of documents, 1.117, NEFCR 1-NEFCR 18

      Estates of decedents, powers of court on appeal, 155.210

      Genetic marker analysis of State’s evidence, postconviction petitions for, appeal of orders, 176.09183

      Ineligibility of judges for other offices, Art. 6 § 11

      Judges (See also JUDGES AND JUSTICES)

             Absence from State, forfeiture of office, Art. 6 § 17, 2A.210

             Acknowledgments and affidavits, power to take and certify, 2A.220

             Actions against, defense, 41.0337-41.03473

             Assault or battery committed upon, 200.471, 200.481

             Censure, Art. 6 § 21

             Chief Judge, Art. 6 § 3A, 2A.050

             Claims, processing, 1.365

             Commissioned by Governor, 2A.010, 2A.040, 2A.070

             Compensation

                   Amount, 2A.080

                   Claims, processing, 1.365

                   Commission to Review Compensation, 281.157-281.1575

                   Fixed by law, Art. 6 § 15, Art. 15 § 9

                   Increase or decrease during term prohibited, Art. 6 § 15, Art. 15 § 9

                   Special court fees for, Art. 6 § 16

             Disciplinary proceedings, 1.440, 1.462, 1.4653-1.4695

             Disqualification, 1.225

             Election

                   Contest of election, 293.430-293.435

                   Generally, Art. 6 § 3A, 2A.030, 2A.070, 281.010

                   Nonpartisan office, 293.064, 293.195

             Facsimile signature, use, 2A.230

             Group insurance, 1A.470

             Incapacity, allegation, procedures, 1.4665

             Legislative publications, receipt, 218D.910

             Marriage, solemnization, 122.080, 122.220

             Motor vehicle license plates, 482.374, 482.3745

             Nevada Reports, receipt, 345.020

             Oath

                   Form, Art. 15 § 2, 282.020

                   Requirement, 2A.010, 282.010

             Practice of law prohibited, 2A.200

             Qualifications, 2A.020

             Recall to active service, 1A.370, 2A.100

             Resignation, procedure, 2A.060, 2A.065

             Retirement (See JUDICIAL RETIREMENT)

             Statutes of Nevada, receipt, 218D.955

             Supplemental district judges, service as, Art. 6 § 3A, 2A.090

             Suspension, 1.4675, 1.4677

             Telephone number of office, publication in telephone directory, 1.055

             Term of office, Art. 6 § 3A, 2A.030, 2A.070

             Vacancy in office

                   Absence from State, forfeiture of office, 2A.210

                   Action unaffected, 1.260

                   Catastrophic emergency, filling of vacancies, 239C.260

                   Power of Governor to fill, Art. 6 § 4, Art. 6 § 20, 2A.040, 2A.070

      Judicial days, 1.120

      Judicial power vested in, Art. 6 § 1

      Jurisdiction, Art. 6 § 4, 2A.160, 177.015, 177.025

      Magistrate defined, 169.095

      Nonjudicial days, 1.130

      Obedience, compelling, 1.210

      Officers and employees, 2A.240-2A.260, 284.3775

      Power on appeal, 2A.170

      Records

             Destruction, 239.110

             Lost or destroyed, procedure to restore or replace, 239.230-239.290

      Recycling of paper and other materials, 1.115

      Rules

             Criminal appeals, preparation of record and other papers, 177.165

      Seal, 1.140, 1.170-1.190

      Security services, 331.140

      Sessions, 2A.180

      Terms of court, Art. 6 § 7

      Writs

             Court always open for issuance, 2A.180

             Extraordinary writs, issuance, Art. 6 § 4

             Habeas corpus, ch. 34

             Quo warranto, 35.080, 35.260

APPEARANCES

      4th Judicial District Court, local rule, 4JDCR 14

      10th Judicial District Court, local rule, 10JDCR 22

      Accused person’s right to appear and defend in any court, Art. 1 § 8

      Adverse party moving to dissolve or modify restraining order, NRCP 65(b)

      Contempt proceedings, failure to appear, 22.130

      Court fees, 4.060, 19.013, 19.0302-19.033

      Criminal actions

             Arrest warrant, issuance upon defendant’s failure to appear, 178.508

             Audiovisual transmission equipment, appearance by, SCR Part IX-A

             Corporations, appearance by counsel authorized, 178.388

             Defendants, appearance at arraignment and every stage of trial, 178.388

             Witnesses

                   Compelling attendance, 174.305-174.445

                   Security for appearance, 178.494

                   Undertaking of witness, 174.515, 178.494

      Debtors, 21.270

      Depositions, failure of party to appear, NRCP 37(d), JCRCP 37(d)

      Failure of party to appear, effect, 22.010, NRCP 4(b), JCRCP 4(b)

      Federal Government, attorneys representing, SCR 43

      Indigent persons, effect of filing affidavit of indigency, 12.015

      Justice courts

             Defendants appearing, fees, 4.060

             Venue determined by voluntary appearance, 66.010

      Motions, when constituting, NRCP 5(b), JCRCP 5(b)

      Parties to action

             At place appointed, 1.080

             Audiovisual transmission equipment, appearance by, SCR Part IX

             By attorney, SCR 43, NRCP 5(b), JCRCP 5(b)

             Effect of voluntary appearance, NRCP 4(f), JCRCP 4(f)

             Proper person, SCR 44, DCR 20, EDCR 7.42

             Summons, contents, NRCP 4(b), JCRCP 4(b)

      Sales, notice to seller to defend action against buyer for breach of warranty, 104.2607

      Time for defendant to appear, NRCP 4(b), JCRCP 4(b)

      Traffic citations, when appearance required, 484A.670

      Voluntary, equivalent to personal service, NRCP 4(f), JCRCP 4(f)

      Witnesses (See also WITNESSES AND TESTIMONY)

             Preventing appearance, 199.230

APPELLATE PROCEDURE, NEVADA RULES OF (See NEVADA RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE)

APPLIANCES (See HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND FURNITURE)

APPOINTMENTS

      Bribery to procure, Art. 4 § 10, 197.050

      Buying, gross misdemeanor, 197.080

      County officers, 245.180

      False letter or certificate of recommendation, obtaining appointment to office by, 281.340

      Financial disclosure statements, requirements for certain appointed officers, 281.559, 281.572

      Governor (See also GOVERNOR—Appointments made by)

             Notice to Legislature of appointments made to fill vacancies, 223.190

             Vacancies in office filled by, Art. 5 § 8, Art. 6 § 20, Art. 17 § 22, 223.195, 232A.020

      Officers whose election or appointment not otherwise provided for, Art. 15 § 10

      Public officers, 281.010

      State officers and employees

             Action by officer or employee against appointing authority, 284.195

             Classified service, 284.150

             Eligible lists, appointment from, 284.255

             Unclassified service, 284.145, 284.147

APPORTIONMENT

      Legislature

             Census, basis of representation in Houses, Art. 15 § 13

             Districts, ch. 218B

             Number of Senators and Assembly members, Art. 4 § 5

             Omitted areas, attachment to legislative district, 218B.150

             Representation apportioned according to population, Art. 1 § 13

             Research Division, duties, 218F.810

      Nevada System of Higher Education, election of Board of Regents, 396.031-396.046

      Representation according to population, Art. 1 § 13

APPRAISALS

      Appraisal management companies (See REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS)

      Banks

             Assets of doubtful value, 665.155

             Consolidation, conversion or merger, 666.035

             Investment in real property, 662.103

      City property, 268.059, 268.061,