Nevada Wills and Estates of Deceased Persons

Sec. § 150.150
Vouchers for payments: Filing not required; examination and audit; lost or unavailable.


1.

A personal representative need not file vouchers with the court to substantiate payments made in the administration of the estate, but shall retain possession of the vouchers and permit their examination by the court or an interested person.

2.

The court, on its own motion or on application ex parte for good cause by an interested person, may order production for examination and audit the vouchers that support an account specified in the order.

3.

If any vouchers are lost, or for other good reason cannot be produced on settlement of an account, the payment may be proved by the oath of one competent witness. If it is proven that vouchers for any disbursements have been lost or destroyed, that it is impossible to obtain duplicates, and that the expenses were paid in good faith and were legal charges against the estate, the personal representative must be allowed those expenses.
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