Nevada Cities and Towns
Sec. § 265.110
County commissioners may disincorporate city upon petition of majority of resident voters; conditions.

The board of county commissioners of each county shall have the power to disincorporate any city or town which may have been incorporated under the laws of this State or the Territory of Nevada upon the petition of a majority of the legal voters residing within the corporate limits of such city or town; but no corporation shall be dissolved by virtue of NRS 265.110 to 265.180, inclusive:


Unless it shall appear to the satisfaction of the board of county commissioners that notice has been given of the intended application for such dissolution of the corporation, by advertisement in a newspaper published in the city or town praying to be disincorporated, and in case no such newspaper be published in the city or town, then by written notice, posted in 3 of the most public places in such city or town, for at least 30 days prior to such application.


Until all the liabilities of such city or town have been paid or secured to the satisfaction of the board of county commissioners.
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