Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings
Sec. § 39.100
Lienholders must be made parties or master appointed.


If it shall appear to the court by the certificate of the county recorder or county clerk, or by the sworn or verified statement of any person who may have examined or searched the records that there are outstanding liens or encumbrances of record upon such real property, or any part thereof, which existed and were of record at the time of the commencement of the action, and the persons holding such liens are not made parties to the action, the court shall either order such persons to be made parties to the action, by an amendment or supplemental complaint, or appoint a master to ascertain whether or not such liens or encumbrances have been paid, or if not paid what amount remains due thereon, and their order among the liens or encumbrances severally held by the persons and the parties to the action, and whether the amount remaining due thereon has been secured in any manner, and if secured the nature and extent of the security.
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