Nevada Domestic Relations
Sec. § 128.014
“Neglected child” defined.


“Neglected child” includes a child:

1.

Who lacks the proper parental care by reason of the fault or habits of his or her parent, guardian or custodian;

2.

Whose parent, guardian or custodian neglects or refuses to provide proper or necessary subsistence, education, medical or surgical care, or other care necessary for the child’s health, morals or well-being;

3.

Whose parent, guardian or custodian neglects or refuses to provide the special care made necessary by the child’s physical or mental condition;

4.

Who is found in a disreputable place, or who is permitted to associate with vagrants or vicious or immoral persons; or

5.

Who engages or is in a situation dangerous to life or limb, or injurious to health or morals of the child or others,
Ê and the parent’s neglect need not be willful.
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