Nevada Civil Practice
Levy on property of going business.
If personal property levied on under a writ of execution belongs to a going business and the judgment debtor consents, the sheriff shall place a keeper in charge of such property for a period of at least 2 days with the judgment creditor prepaying to the sheriff the expense of such keeper.
During such period, the judgment debtor may continue to operate in the ordinary course of business at his or her own expense if all sales are for cash and the full proceeds are given to the keeper for the purpose of the execution.
After such period, the sheriff shall take such property into immediate custody unless other disposition is made by the court or agreed to by the judgment creditor and judgment debtor.