NRS 361A.286
Lien for deferred tax and penalty.


The deferred tax and penalty assessed pursuant to NRS 361A.280 and 361A.283 are a perpetual lien until paid as provided in NRS 361.450. If the property continues to be used exclusively for agricultural use or approved open-space use for 7 fiscal years after the date of attachment, the lien for that earliest year expires. The lien is for an undetermined amount until the property is converted and the amount is determined pursuant to NRS 361A.280. Any liens calculated and recorded before July 1, 1989, for property that had not been converted shall be deemed to have expired on that date.


If agricultural or open-space real property receiving agricultural or open-space use assessment is sold or transferred to an ownership making it exempt from taxation ad valorem, any such liens for deferred taxes must, unless the property is sold or transferred to the Nevada System of Higher Education, a school district or another local governmental entity, be paid in full before the transfer of ownership if the property is converted to another use.


The provisions of this section do not apply to any portion of agricultural or open-space real property if the deferred tax and any penalty have been paid pursuant to NRS 361A.265.


Each year, the county assessor must record a list of parcel numbers and owner’s names for all parcels on which a lien exists pursuant to subsection 1.

Source: Section 361A.286 — Lien for deferred tax and penalty., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-361A.­html#NRS361ASec286.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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