Nevada Civil Practice
For the purposes of NRS 18.010 to 18.150, inclusive, the term costs means:
Reporters fees for depositions, including a reporters fee for one copy of each deposition.
Jurors fees and expenses, together with reasonable compensation of an officer appointed to act in accordance with NRS 16.120.
Fees for witnesses at trial, pretrial hearings and deposing witnesses, unless the court finds that the witness was called at the instance of the prevailing party without reason or necessity.
Reasonable fees of not more than five expert witnesses in an amount of not more than $1,500 for each witness, unless the court allows a larger fee after determining that the circumstances surrounding the experts testimony were of such necessity as to require the larger fee.
Reasonable fees of necessary interpreters.
The fee of any sheriff or licensed process server for the delivery or service of any summons or subpoena used in the action, unless the court determines that the service was not necessary.
Compensation for the official reporter or reporter pro tempore.
Reasonable costs for any bond or undertaking required as part of the action.
Fees of a court bailiff or deputy marshal who was required to work overtime.
Reasonable costs for telecopies.
Reasonable costs for photocopies.
Reasonable costs for long distance telephone calls.
Reasonable costs for postage.
Reasonable costs for travel and lodging incurred taking depositions and conducting discovery.
Fees charged pursuant to NRS 19.0335.
Any other reasonable and necessary expense incurred in connection with the action, including reasonable and necessary expenses for computerized services for legal research.