NRS 116B.920


If the Commission or the Division has reasonable cause to believe, based on evidence satisfactory to it, that any person violated or is about to violate any provision of this chapter, any regulation adopted pursuant thereto or any order, decision, demand or requirement of the Commission or Division or a hearing panel, the Commission or the Division may bring an action in the district court for the county in which the person resides or, if the person does not reside in this State, in any court of competent jurisdiction within or outside this State, to restrain or enjoin that person from engaging in or continuing to commit the violations or from doing any act in furtherance of the violations.


The action must be brought in the name of the State of Nevada. If the action is brought in a court of this State, an order or judgment may be entered, when proper, issuing a temporary restraining order, preliminary injunction or final injunction. A temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction must not be issued without at least 5 days’ notice to the opposite party.


The court may issue the temporary restraining order, preliminary injunction or final injunction without:


Proof of actual damages sustained by any person.


The filing of any bond.

Source: Section 116B.920 — Injunctions., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-116B.­html#NRS116BSec920.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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