Nevada Property Rights and Transactions

Sec. § 118A.520
When lien or security interest in tenant’s household goods may be enforced; distraint for rent abolished; damages.


1.

Any lien or security interest in the tenant’s household goods created in favor of the landlord to ensure the payment of rent is unenforceable unless created by attachment or garnishment.

2.

Distraint for rent is abolished.

3.

A landlord who retains the household goods or other personal property of a tenant in violation of this section is liable to the tenant for damages as provided in NRS 118A.390.
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Feb. 5, 2021