Nevada Military Affairs and Civil Emergencies
Sec. § 412.109
Lease or agreement for use of facility of Office other than armory; deposit of use fees in State General Fund.


Except as otherwise provided in NRS 412.108, the person or governmental entity applying for the rental of any facility of the Office must execute and deliver a written agreement which must include among its provisions:


The full name and address of the applicant;


The purpose for which its use is desired;


The nature and manner of the intended use of the space;


A reasonable rental, which may include a security deposit, to be paid for that use; and


The amounts to be paid for heating, lighting, janitorial and other services connected with its use.


The terms and provisions of the agreement must be governed by Office regulations issued pursuant to this chapter, which regulations must include provisions designed to prevent unfair competition with privately owned property and business.


No agreement for use made pursuant to subsection 1 is effective until the agreement or lease has been approved and executed as prescribed by Office regulations issued pursuant to this chapter.


No agreement or lease made pursuant to subsection 1 may be assigned in whole or in part nor may space be sublet to or used by a person or entity not a party to the agreement, unless each assignment, subletting or use is first approved in writing by the Office.


All money paid or given, directly or indirectly, for the rental of a facility or to obtain an agreement or permission to use the facility are use fees within the meaning of this section and must be paid to the Office to be deposited in the State General Fund for credit to the Office.


When the use of a facility is by a federal, state, county or municipal bureau, agency or department or by any of the Armed Forces of the United States or any of the reserve components thereof, or by any unit of the reserve officers training corps, the Adjutant General may require the execution of a contract or agreement for that use, upon such terms and conditions as he or she prescribes.
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Jul. 5, 2020