Chief Judge in certain judicial districts: Additional duties.
In each judicial district that includes a county whose population is 100,000 or more, in addition to the other duties set forth in NRS 3.025:
The Chief Judge shall ensure that:
The procedures which govern the consideration and disposition of cases and other proceedings within the jurisdiction of the district court are applied as uniformly as practicable; and
Cases and other proceedings within the jurisdiction of the district court are considered and decided in a timely manner.
Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the Chief Judge shall establish procedures for addressing grievances that are:
Submitted to the Chief Judge by a party in a case or other proceeding within the jurisdiction of the district court; and
Directly related to the administration of the case or other proceeding.
For the purposes of paragraph (b) of subsection 1, a party in a case or other proceeding within the jurisdiction of the district court may not submit to the Chief Judge a grievance that:
Addresses, in whole or in part, the merits of the case or other proceeding; or
Challenges, in whole or in part, the merits of any decision or ruling in the case or other proceeding that is made by:
The district court; or
A master or other person who is acting pursuant to an order of the district court or pursuant to any authority that is granted to the master or other person by a specific statute, including, without limitation, NRS 3.405, 3.475 and 3.500.