Nevada Civil Practice
Sec. § 20.040
Undertaking, bond or security not required in action by or against State, county, city or officer thereof.


1.

In any action or proceeding before any court or other tribunal in this State, wherein the State of Nevada or any county, city or town of this State, or any officer thereof in his or her official capacity, is a party plaintiff or defendant, no bond, undertaking or security shall be required of the State, county, city or town, or such officer in his or her official capacity, but on complying with the other provisions of law the State, county, city or town, or officer thereof, acting as aforesaid, shall have the same rights, remedies and benefits as though such bond, undertaking or security were given and approved as required by law.

2.

The provisions of this section shall only apply where such action or proceeding is prosecuted or defended in the name of the State, county, city, town or officer thereof for the public benefit, and shall not be applicable where such action or proceeding is so prosecuted or defended for the benefit of a private individual or for the enforcement or protection of a private right.
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