Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings
Receivers bond; alternative security.
Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a receiver shall post with the court a bond that:
Is conditioned on the faithful discharge of the receivers duties;
Has one or more sureties approved by the court;
Is in an amount the court specifies; and
Is effective as of the date of the receivers appointment.
The court may approve the posting by a receiver with the court of alternative security, such as a letter of credit or deposit of funds. The receiver may not use receivership property as alternative security. Interest that accrues on deposited funds must be paid to the receiver on the receivers discharge.
The court may authorize a receiver to act before the receiver posts the bond or alternative security required by this section.
A claim against a receivers bond or alternative security must be made not later than 6 months after the date the receiver is discharged.