Nevada Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers
Sec. § 249.050
Facsimile signature.


1.

Each county treasurer may use a facsimile signature in place of his or her handwritten signature whenever the necessity may arise and upon approval of the board of county commissioners if:

(a)

The facsimile signature is:

(1)

Produced by the most efficient device or other method of facsimile reproduction reasonably available; and

(2)

Used only under the direction and supervision of the county treasurer whose signature it represents; and

(b)

The device or other method of facsimile reproduction is at all times kept securely locked, when not in use, in a separate secure place authorized by the county treasurer, to prevent any misuse, fraudulent use or other improper use. If the device or other method of facsimile reproduction is of such a nature that:

(1)

The facsimile image or impression is severable from the device or other method of facsimile reproduction, the facsimile image or impression must be kept in a separate secure place authorized by the county treasurer; and

(2)

Any registered key, password or other securing device or procedure is severable from the device or other method of facsimile reproduction, the registered key, password or other securing device or procedure must be kept in a separate secure place authorized by the county treasurer.

2.

A facsimile signature produced through a device or other method of facsimile reproduction authorized by the provisions of this section must not be combined with the signature of another officer.
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Oct. 14, 2019