Nevada Civil Practice
Sec. § 21.220
Successive redemptions; redemption from previous redemptioner; notice of redemption; sheriff’s deed; certificate of redemption.


1.

If property be so redeemed by a redemptioner, another redemptioner may, within 60 days after the last redemption, again redeem it from the last redemptioner on paying the sum paid on such last redemption with 2 percent thereon in addition, and the amount of any assessments or taxes which the last redemptioner may have paid thereon after the redemption by him or her, with interest on that amount, and in addition the amount of any liens held by the last redemptioner prior to his or her own, with interest, but the judgment under which the property was sold need not be so paid as a lien.

2.

The property may be again, and as often as a redemptioner is so disposed, redeemed from any previous redemptioner within 60 days after the last redemption, on paying the sum paid on the last previous redemption, with 2 percent thereon in addition, and the amounts of any assessments or taxes which the last previous redemptioner paid after the redemption by him or her, with interest thereon, and the amount of any liens, other than the judgment under which the property was sold, held by the last redemptioner previous to his or her own, with interest.

3.

Written notice of redemption must be given to the sheriff and a duplicate recorded with the recorder of the county, and if any taxes or assessments are paid by the redemptioner, or if the redemptioner has or acquires any lien other than that upon which the redemption was made, notice thereof must in like manner be given to the sheriff and recorded with the recorder and, if the notice is not recorded, the property may be redeemed without paying the tax, assessment or lien.

4.

If no redemption is made within 1 year after the sale, the purchaser, or the purchasers assignee, is entitled to a conveyance or, if so redeemed, whenever 60 days have elapsed and no other redemption has been made and notice thereof given, and the time for redemption has expired, the last redemptioner, or the last redemptioners assignee, is entitled to a sheriffs deed, but in all cases the judgment debtor has the entire period of 1 year after the date of the sale to redeem the property.

5.

If the judgment debtor redeems, he or she must make the same payments as are required to effect a redemption by a redemptioner. If the debtor redeems, the effect of the sale is terminated, and the debtor is restored to his or her estate.

6.

Upon a redemption by the debtor, the person to whom the payment is made must execute and deliver to the debtor a certificate of redemption, acknowledged or approved before a person authorized to take acknowledgments of conveyances of real property. The certificate must be recorded in the office of the recorder of the county in which the property is situated.
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