Nevada Property Rights and Transactions

Sec. § 116.4106
Public offering statement: Common-interest community containing converted building.


1.

The public offering statement of a common-interest community containing any converted building must contain, in addition to the information required by NRS 116.4103 and 116.41035:

(a)

A statement by the declarant, based on a report prepared by an independent registered architect or licensed professional engineer, describing the present condition of all structural components and mechanical and electrical installations material to the use and enjoyment of the building;

(b)

A list of any outstanding notices of uncured violations of building codes or other municipal regulations, together with the estimated cost of curing those violations; and

(c)

The budget to maintain the reserves required pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 116.3115 which must include, without limitation:

(1)

The current estimated replacement cost, estimated remaining life and estimated useful life of each major component of the common elements;

(2)

As of the end of the fiscal year for which the budget was prepared, the current estimate of the amount of cash reserves that are necessary to repair, replace and restore the major components of the common elements and the current amount of accumulated cash reserves that are set aside for such repairs, replacements and restorations;

(3)

A statement as to whether the declarant has determined or anticipates that the levy of one or more special assessments will be required within the next 10 years to repair, replace and restore any major component of the common elements or to provide adequate reserves for that purpose;

(4)

A general statement describing the procedures used for the estimation and accumulation of cash reserves described in subparagraph (2), including, without limitation, the qualifications of the person responsible for the preparation of the study of reserves required pursuant to NRS 116.31152; and

(5)

The funding plan that is designed to allocate the costs for the repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the common elements over a period of years.

2.

This section applies only to a common-interest community comprised of a converted building or buildings containing more than 12 units that may be occupied for residential use.
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