Nevada Civil Practice

Sec. § 17.620
Prejudgment and judgment interest.


With respect to a foreign-money claim, recovery of prejudgment or pre-award interest and the rate of interest to be applied in the action or distributive proceeding, except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, are matters of the substantive law governing the right to recovery under the rules of this state governing the conflict of laws.


The court or arbitrator shall increase or decrease the amount of prejudgment or pre-award interest otherwise payable in a judgment or award in foreign money to the extent required by the law of this state governing a failure to make or accept an offer of settlement or offer of judgment, or conduct by a party or its attorney causing undue delay or expense.


A judgment or award on a foreign-money claim bears interest at the rate applicable to judgments of this state.

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