Nevada Property Rights and Transactions

Sec. § 116.21188
Effect of foreclosure or enforcement of lien or encumbrance.


1.

In a condominium or planned community, except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, foreclosure or enforcement of a lien or encumbrance against the entire common-interest community does not terminate, of itself, the common-interest community, and foreclosure or enforcement of a lien or encumbrance against a portion of the common-interest community, other than withdrawable real estate, does not withdraw that portion from the common-interest community. Foreclosure or enforcement of a lien or encumbrance against withdrawable real estate does not withdraw, of itself, that real estate from the common-interest community, but the person taking title thereto may require from the association, upon request, an amendment excluding the real estate from the common-interest community.

2.

In a condominium or planned community, if a lien or encumbrance against a portion of the real estate comprising the common-interest community has priority over the declaration and the lien or encumbrance has not been partially released, the parties foreclosing the lien or encumbrance, upon foreclosure, may record an instrument excluding the real estate subject to that lien or encumbrance from the common-interest community.
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Feb. 5, 2021