Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings
Sec. § 35.260
Procedure in appellate court same as in district court; determination of issue of fact to be tried by jury in district court.


Actions under this chapter commenced in the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court shall be conducted in the same manner as if commenced in the district court, and the Clerk of the Supreme Court shall have the same authority to issue process and to enter orders and judgments as the clerk of the district court has in like cases. All pleadings and the conduct of the trial shall be the same as in the district court. If a jury is required to determine an issue of fact, the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court shall order the question to be tried before a jury in the district court of any county designated in such order, and that the verdict be certified to the Court of Appeals or to the Supreme Court, as applicable.
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