Easement by prescription when owner opens land for use by public for pedestrian access and improves land for that specific purpose.
If an owner of land opens his or her land for use by the public for pedestrian access and has improved such land for that specific purpose, no such use by any person or the public, no matter for how long of a period, of any land shall ever ripen into an easement by prescription, if the owner of the land posts at each entrance to the land or at intervals of not more than 200 feet along the boundary of such land a sign reading substantially as follows:[Text not available]Right to pass by permission, and subject to control, of owner: NRS 11.165.[Text not available]
Regardless of whether an owner of land has recorded a notice pursuant to NRS 111.3655 or has posted signs on such land pursuant to subsection 1, if an owner of land opens his or her land for use by the public for pedestrian access and has improved such land for that specific purpose, no such use of such land by any person or the public on or after October 1, 2017, shall ever ripen to confer upon the public or any governmental entity a vested right to continue to make such use permanently, in the absence of an express written grant of easement or other conveyance of such land for such use, or irrevocable offer of dedication of such property for such use, made by the owner, which has been accepted by the governmental entity to which the offer of dedication was made.
The governing body of any city or county pursuant to the powers granted in NRS 278.010 to 278.630, inclusive, may by ordinance establish provisions governing the size, placement and composition of a sign posted by an owner of land pursuant to subsection 1.
As used in this section, “governmental entity” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 363C.040.