NRS 380.110
Law library fund: Designation

  • allocation of certain fees
  • transfer of money from county general fund
  • use.


Except as otherwise provided in subsection 5, any ordinance of a board of county commissioners establishing a law library under the provisions of this chapter must require that, from the fees received by the county clerk pursuant to NRS 19.013, a sum established by the ordinance, not exceeding $30 in any case, must be allocated by the county clerk to a fund designated as the law library fund. These allocations may be made from the fees collected by the county clerk for the commencement in or removal to the district court of the county of any civil action, proceeding or appeal, on filing the first paper therein, or from the fees collected by the county clerk for the appearance of any defendant, or any number of defendants, answering jointly or separately, or from both of these sources as may be determined by the ordinance.


All money so set aside must be paid by the county clerk to the county treasurer, who shall keep it separate in the law library fund.


The board of county commissioners may transfer from the county general fund to the law library fund such amounts as it determines are necessary for purposes of the law library.


Money in the law library fund must be:


Expended for the purchase of law books, journals, periodicals and other publications.


Expended for the establishment and maintenance of the law library.


Drawn therefrom and used and applied only as provided in this chapter.


In a county whose population is 700,000 or more, the sum established by the ordinance must be no less than $15 nor more than $30 in any case.

Source: Section 380.110 — Law library fund: Designation; allocation of certain fees; transfer of money from county general fund; use., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-380.­html#NRS380Sec110.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 380.110’s source at nv​.us