Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings
Sec. § 39.170
Apportionment of expenses.


If it appear that other actions or proceedings have been necessarily prosecuted or defended by any one of the tenants in common for the protection, confirmation or perfecting of the title, or setting the boundaries, or making a survey or surveys of the estate partitioned, the court shall allow to the parties to the action, who have paid the expenses of such litigation or other proceedings, all the expenses necessarily incurred therein, except counsel fees, which shall have accrued to the common benefit of the other tenants in common, with interest thereon from the date of making the expenditures, and in the same kind of money expended or paid, and the same must be pleaded and allowed by the court, and included in the final judgment, and shall be a lien upon the share of each tenant respectively, in proportion to the tenants interest, and shall be enforced in the same manner as taxable costs of partition are taxed and collected.
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