NRS 118A.220
Rental agreements: Prohibited provisions.

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A rental agreement shall not provide that the tenant:


Agrees to waive or forego rights or remedies afforded by this chapter;


Authorizes any person to confess judgment on any claim arising out of the rental agreement;


Agrees to pay the landlord’s attorney’s fees, except that the agreement may provide that reasonable attorney’s fees may be awarded to the prevailing party in the event of court action;


Agrees to the exculpation or limitation of any liability of the landlord arising under law or to indemnify the landlord for that liability or the costs connected therewith if the liability is based upon an act or omission of the landlord or any agent or employee of the landlord; or


Agrees to give the landlord a different notice of termination than that required to be given by the landlord to the tenant.


Any provision prohibited by subsection 1 is void as contrary to public policy and the tenant may recover any actual damages incurred through the inclusion of the prohibited provision.

Source: Section 118A.220 — Rental agreements: Prohibited provisions., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-118A.­html#NRS118ASec220.

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Aug. 30, 2023

§ 118A.220’s source at nv​.us