Nevada Property Rights and Transactions

Sec. § 118B.120
Maintenance of tenant’s lot; removal of unoccupied manufactured home; reimbursement for cost of maintenance.


The landlord or his or her agent or employee may:


Require that the tenant landscape and maintain the tenant’s lot if the landlord advises the tenant in writing of reasonable requirements for the landscaping.


If the tenant does not comply with the provisions of paragraph (a), maintain the tenant’s lot and charge the tenant a service fee for the actual cost of that maintenance.


Require that the manufactured home be removed from the park if it is unoccupied for more than 90 consecutive days and the tenant or dealer is not making good faith and diligent efforts to sell it.


The landlord shall maintain, in the manner required for the other tenants, any lot on which is located a manufactured home within the park which has been repossessed, abandoned or held for rent or taxes. The landlord is entitled to reimbursement for the cost of that maintenance from the repossessor or lienholder or from the proceeds of any sale for taxes, as the case may be.


Before dismantling a manufactured home that was abandoned, the landlord or manager must:


Conduct a title search with the Division to determine the owner of record of the manufactured home. If the owner of record is not found, the landlord or manager may use the records of the county assessor for the county in which the manufactured home is located to determine the owner of the manufactured home.


Send a certified letter notifying the owner and any lienholder of the intent of the landlord or manager to dismantle the manufactured home.


If the owner does not respond within 30 days after the date of mailing the certified letter, submit to the Division an affidavit of dismantling.


The landlord shall trim all the trees located within the park and dispose of the trimmings from those trees absent a written voluntary assumption of that duty by the tenant for trees on the tenant’s lot.


For the purposes of this section, a manufactured home shall be deemed to be abandoned if:


It is located on a lot in a manufactured home park, other than a cooperative park, for which no rent has been paid for at least 60 days;


It is unoccupied; and


The manager of the manufactured home park reasonably believes it to be abandoned.

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Feb. 5, 2021