Nevada Civil Practice
Sec. § 12.105
State and local governmental agencies may be sued without naming members of their governing bodies; service.


Any political subdivision, public corporation, special district, or other agency of state or local government which is capable of being sued in its own name may be sued by naming it as the party without naming the individual members of its governing body in their representative capacity. In addition to any other method which may be provided by statute or rule of court, service may be made upon the clerk or secretary of the political subdivision, corporation or agency.
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