NRS 361A.250
Redetermination of use: Complaint

  • hearing
  • order
  • judicial review.


Any person claiming that any open-space real property is no longer in the approved open-space use may file a complaint and proof of the claim with the board of county commissioners of the county or counties in which the property is located. The complaint and proof must show the name of each owner of record of the property, its location, description and the use in which it is claimed to be.


The board shall hear the complaint after 10 days’ notice of the time to the complainant and each owner of the property.


The board shall examine the proof and all data and evidence submitted by the complainant, together with any evidence submitted by the county assessor or any other person. The board shall notify the complainant, each owner of the property and the county assessor of its determination within 10 days after the hearing. It shall direct the county assessor to appraise, value and tax the property for the ensuing fiscal year in a manner consistent with its determination and the provisions of this chapter and, in appropriate cases, order the tax receiver to collect any amounts due under NRS 361A.280 and 361A.283.


The determination of the board may be appealed to the district court by the complainant or the owner of the property as provided in NRS 361A.240.

Source: Section 361A.250 — Redetermination of use: Complaint; hearing; order; judicial review., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-361A.­html#NRS361ASec250.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 361A.250’s source at nv​.us