Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings Sec. § 41.600 Actions by victims of fraud. 1.An action may be brought by any person who is a victim of consumer fraud. 2.As used in this section, “consumer fraud” means: (a)An unlawful act as defined in NRS 119.330; (b)An unlawful act as defined in NRS 205.2747; (c)An act prohibited by NRS 482.36655 to 482.36667, inclusive; (d)An act prohibited by NRS 482.351; or (e)A deceptive trade practice as defined in NRS 598.0915 to 598.0925, inclusive. 3.If the claimant is the prevailing party, the court shall award the claimant: (a)Any damages that the claimant has sustained; (b)Any equitable relief that the court deems appropriate; and (c)The claimant’s costs in the action and reasonable attorney’s fees. 4.Any action brought pursuant to this section is not an action upon any contract underlying the original transaction.