NRS 205.870

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Obtaining Child Care with the Intent to Defraud

LV Criminal Defense, September 9, 2019

“Under state law, fraud is considered to have occurred when someone intentionally misrepresents themselves in order to receive benefits…”
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As used in NRS 205.880 and 205.890, unless the context otherwise requires:


“Care” includes board, laundry, lodging, teaching, incidental materials and supplies, necessary articles of apparel or clothing and necessary medical, nursing or hospital service for which a child care establishment is liable.


“Child care establishment” includes any children’s home, day nursery, kindergarten, nursery school or other similar establishment however designated, maintained or operated for the care of children for compensation or hire.

Source: Section 205.870 — Definitions., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-205.­html#NRS205Sec870.

Last Updated

Aug. 30, 2023

§ 205.870’s source at nv​.us