NRS 268.574

As used in NRS 268.570 to 268.608, inclusive:


“Contiguous” means either abutting directly on the boundary of the annexing municipality or separated from the boundary thereof by a street, alley, public right-of-way, creek, river or the right-of-way of a railroad or other public service corporation, or by lands owned by the annexing municipality, by some other political subdivision of the State or by the State of Nevada.


“Lot or parcel” means any tract of land of sufficient size to constitute a legal building lot as determined by the zoning ordinance of the county in which the territory proposed to be annexed is situated. If such county has not enacted a zoning ordinance, the question of what constitutes a building lot shall be determined by reference to the zoning ordinance of the annexing municipality.


“Majority of the property owners” in a territory means the record owners of real property:


Whose combined value is greater than 50 percent of the total value of real property in the territory, as determined by assessment for taxation; and


Whose combined area is greater than 50 percent of the total area of the territory, excluding lands held by public bodies.


A lot or parcel of land is “used for residential purposes” if it is 5 acres or less in area and contains a habitable dwelling unit of a permanent nature.

Source: Section 268.574 — Definitions., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-268.­html#NRS268Sec574.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 268.574’s source at nv​.us