NRS 148.340
Sale subject to claims

  • bond of purchaser.


The sale must be made subject to all payments which are due at the time of sale or which may thereafter become due on the contract, and if there are any, the sale must not be confirmed by the court until the purchaser executes a bond to the personal representative for the benefit and indemnity of himself or herself and of the persons entitled to the interest of the decedent in the property so contracted for, in double the whole amount of payments then due and thereafter to become due on the contract, with such sureties as the court approves.


The bond must be conditioned that the purchaser will make all payments for the property which are then due or which become due after the date of the sale, and will fully indemnify the personal representative and the persons so entitled against all demands, cost, charges and expenses by reason of any covenant or agreement contained in the contract.


A bond need not be given if no claim has been made against the estate upon the contract and time for filing or presenting claims has expired, nor if the holder of the claim, by a signed and acknowledged instrument filed in the matter of the estate, releases the estate from all liability upon the claim.

Source: Section 148.340 — Sale subject to claims; bond of purchaser., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-148.­html#NRS148Sec340.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 148.340’s source at nv​.us