Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings
Sec. § 31A.100
Immunity for complying employer; discharge of employer’s liability to obligor; immunity for enforcing authority.


1.

An employer who complies with a notice to withhold income that is regular on its face may not be held liable in any civil action for any conduct taken in compliance with the notice.

2.

Compliance by an employer with a notice to withhold income is a discharge of the employers liability to the obligor as to that portion of the income affected.

3.

If a court issues an order to stay a withholding of income, the enforcing authority may not be held liable in any civil action to the obligor for any money withheld before the stay becomes effective.
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Aug. 17, 2019