Nevada State Judicial Department
Sec. § 3.170
Signing of records left unsigned by predecessor.


At any time after March 22, 1911, it shall be lawful for the district judge of each judicial district, during the judges continuance in office, to sign any and all minutes and records of the court of the district for which he or she is incumbent, in whatsoever district or county the same may be, left unsigned by the judges predecessor in office or by any district judge previously sitting in the district or county, and such minutes and records, when thus signed, shall have the same force and effect to which they would have been entitled had they been signed by such predecessor in office, or by such district judge previously sitting in the district or the county.
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