Nevada Property Rights and Transactions

Sec. § 118B.090
Responsibilities of landlord: Maintenance of common areas, facilities, appliances, mail boxes, driveways and sidewalks; snow removal; persons who may perform maintenance; procedures for complaint relating to certain maintenance.


1.

The landlord shall:

(a)

Maintain all common areas of the park in a clean and safe condition;

(b)

Maintain in good working order all electrical, plumbing and sanitary facilities, appliances and recreational facilities which the landlord furnishes;

(c)

Maintain in a safe and secure location individual mail boxes for the tenants if the mail is delivered to the landlord for distribution to the tenants;

(d)

Maintain all driveways within the park and sidewalks adjacent to the street; and

(e)

Remove snow from the sidewalks and streets within the park, and from sidewalks adjacent to the street.

2.

Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, the maintenance required by paragraph (a) of subsection 1 includes maintaining, in good working order, any aboveground or underground utility service apparatus located on each manufactured home lot, up to the disconnection point, which is not an appurtenance of the manufactured home. Maintenance is not required on any such apparatus that has been damaged by the tenant of the manufactured home lot.

3.

Except as otherwise provided in subsections 4 and 5, any maintenance described in this section may be performed legally only by a person who is qualified by licensure pursuant to chapter 489 of NRS to perform such maintenance, and:

(a)

A person shall not perform the maintenance unless the person has such qualifications; and

(b)

The landlord, or his or her agent or employee, shall not employ a third party to perform the maintenance if he or she knows, or in light of all of the surrounding facts and circumstances reasonably should know, that the third party does not have such qualifications.

4.

A person may perform any maintenance described in this section without obtaining a license pursuant to chapter 489 of NRS if:

(a)

The maintenance does not affect the fuel systems or structural systems of a manufactured home; and

(b)

The person performing the maintenance is appropriately licensed pursuant to chapter 624 of NRS.

5.

A person may perform any maintenance described in this section without obtaining a license pursuant to chapter 489 or 624 of NRS if:

(a)

The maintenance does not affect the fuel systems or structural systems of a manufactured home;

(b)

The maintenance does not require a permit before the maintenance may be performed; and

(c)

The value of the maintenance is less than $1,000 and the provisions of chapter 624 of NRS do not require the person to be licensed pursuant to chapter 624 of NRS to perform the maintenance.

6.

Any complaint concerning maintenance performed pursuant to this section by a person licensed pursuant to chapter 624 of NRS:

(a)

May be filed with the Division; and

(b)

If the Division issues a final order finding that an act or omission occurred which is a ground for disciplinary action pursuant to NRS 489.416, the Division shall forward the final order and any related findings and conclusions to the State Contractors’ Board for consideration of further disciplinary action pursuant to chapter 624 of NRS.
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