NRS 398.155
Proceedings: General requirements.


In any proceeding, all parties against whom a sanction may be imposed must be afforded an opportunity for a hearing after reasonable notice. The notice must include:


A statement of the time, place and nature of the proceeding;


A reference to the particular rules governing the proceeding; and


A short and plain statement of the violations alleged and the facts underlying the allegations.


A party to a proceeding may be represented by counsel, is entitled to confront and respond to all witnesses and evidence related to the allegations against the party and may call witnesses on his or her own behalf.


At least 30 days before any proceeding, all parties to a proceeding shall provide to all other parties all affidavits or other evidence to be introduced at the proceeding.


All written statements introduced as evidence at a proceeding must be notarized and signed under oath by the person making the statement.


Informal disposition may be made of any proceeding by stipulation, settlement or default. If an informal disposition is made, the parties to the proceeding may waive the requirements of findings of fact and a decision.

Source: Section 398.155 — Proceedings: General requirements., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-398.­html#NRS398Sec155.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 398.155’s source at nv​.us