Nevada Civil Practice
Sec. § 19.0333
Additional fees for filing certain motions or papers after final order in action for dissolution of marriage: Special account for benefit of district court.


1.

In addition to any other fees required by law, the first time a party files a motion or other paper that seeks to modify, adjust or enforce a final order that was issued pursuant to chapter 125 of NRS, the clerk of the court shall, if the original action was commenced by a petition for divorce filed by the parties jointly, collect:

(a)

A fee of $129 to be paid by the party who files the motion or other paper; and

(b)

A fee of $57 to be paid by the party who files an opposition, answer or response to the motion or other paper.

2.

On or before the fifth day of each month, the clerk of the court shall account for and pay to the county treasurer all fees collected pursuant to subsection 1 during the preceding month. The county treasurer shall place the money in a special account in the county general fund administered by the county for the benefit of the district court. The county shall not charge a fee for administering the account. The money in the account must be used only to:

(a)

Acquire land on which to construct additional facilities for the district court or a regional justice center that includes the district court;

(b)

Construct or acquire additional facilities for the district court or a regional justice center that includes the district court;

(c)

Renovate or remodel existing facilities for the district court or a regional justice center that includes the district court;

(d)

Acquire furniture, fixtures and equipment necessitated by the construction or acquisition of additional facilities or the renovation of an existing facility for the district court or a regional justice center that includes the district court;

(e)

Acquire advanced technology;

(f)

Pay debt service on any bonds issued pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 350.020 for the acquisition of land or facilities or the construction or renovation of facilities for the district court or a regional justice center that includes the district court; and

(g)

Establish or support a civil family law self-help center operated or overseen by the district court.
Money that remains in the account at the end of a fiscal year does not revert to the county general fund, and the balance in the account must be carried forward to the next fiscal year.
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Aug. 23, 2019