As used in NRS 40.215 to 40.425, inclusive, unless the context requires otherwise:
“Dwelling” or “dwelling unit” means a structure or part thereof that is occupied, or designed or intended for occupancy, as a residence or sleeping place by one person who maintains a household or by two or more persons who maintain a common household.
“Landlord’s agent” means a person who is hired or authorized by the landlord or owner of real property to manage the property or dwelling unit, to enter into a rental agreement on behalf of the landlord or owner of the property or who serves as a person within this State who is authorized to act for and on behalf of the landlord or owner for the purposes of service of process or receiving notices and demands. A landlord’s agent may also include a successor landlord or a property manager as defined in NRS 645.0195.
“Mobile home” means every vehicle, including equipment, which is constructed, reconstructed or added to in such a way as to have an enclosed room or addition occupied by one or more persons as a residence or sleeping place and which has no foundation other than wheels, jacks, skirting or other temporary support.
“Mobile home lot” means a portion of land within a mobile home park which is rented or held out for rent to accommodate a mobile home.
“Mobile home park” or “park” means an area or tract of land where two or more mobile homes or mobile home lots are rented or held out for rent. “Mobile home park” or “park” does not include those areas or tracts of land, whether within or outside of a park, where the lots are held out for rent on a nightly basis.
“Premises” includes a mobile home.
“Recreational vehicle” means a vehicular structure primarily designed as temporary living quarters for travel, recreational or camping use, which may be self-propelled or mounted upon or drawn by a motor vehicle.
“Recreational vehicle lot” means a portion of land within a recreational vehicle park, or a portion of land so designated within a mobile home park, which is rented or held out for rent to accommodate a recreational vehicle overnight or for less than 3 months.
“Recreational vehicle park” means an area or tract of land where lots are rented or held out for rent to accommodate a recreational vehicle overnight or for less than 3 months.
“Short-term tenancy” means a tenancy in which rent is reserved by a period of 1 week and the tenancy has not continued for more than 45 days.