Nevada Guardianships; Conservatorships; Trusts

Sec. § 159.0865
Certification of appraiser, certified public accountant or expert in valuation; form of appraisal or valuation; purchase by appraiser, certified public accountant or expert in valuation without disclosure prohibited; penalties.


1.

Before appraising or valuing any asset of the guardianship estate, each appraiser, certified public accountant or expert in valuation shall certify that the appraiser, accountant or expert will truthfully, honestly and impartially appraise or value the property according to the best of his or her knowledge and ability. The certification must be included in the appraisal or valuation and filed with the court.

2.

The appraisal or valuation must list each asset that has a value of more than $100 separately with a statement of the value of the asset opposite the asset.

3.

An appraiser, certified public accountant or expert in valuation who performs an appraisal or valuation of a guardianship estate is entitled to reasonable compensation for the appraisal or valuation and may be paid by the guardian out of the estate at any time after the appraisal or valuation is completed.

4.

An appraiser, certified public accountant or expert in valuation who directly or indirectly purchases any asset of an estate without full disclosure to and approval by the court is guilty of a misdemeanor. A sale made in violation of the provisions of this subsection is void, and the asset sold may be recovered by the guardian, protected person or proposed protected person.
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Feb. 5, 2021