Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings

Sec. § 31.100
Examination of person served with copy of writ and defendant; delivery and memoranda of personal property.

After the writ has been issued, any person owing debts to the defendant or having in the person’s possession or under the person’s control any credits or other personal property belonging to the defendant, may, by subpoena, be required to give a deposition or attend before the court, or judge, or a master appointed by the court or judge, and be examined on oath respecting the same. After the writ has been issued, the defendant may also be required to give a deposition or attend for the purpose of giving information respecting the defendant’s property, and may be examined on oath. The court or judge may, after such examination, order personal property capable of manual delivery to be delivered to the sheriff on such terms as may be just, having reference to any liens thereon or claims against the same, and a memorandum to be given of all other personal property, containing the amount and description thereof.

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