Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings

Sec. § 41B.420
Killer who transfers forfeited property, interest or benefit to third person; effect of preemption by federal law.


1.

If a killer, for value or otherwise, transfers to a third person any property, interest or benefit forfeited by the killer pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, the killer is required to recover and transfer the property, interest or benefit to the beneficiary who is entitled to it pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, or the killer is liable to such beneficiary for the value of the property, interest or benefit.

2.

If any federal law preempts any provision of this chapter requiring a killer to forfeit any property, interest or benefit and the property, interest or benefit accrues or devolves to the killer because of the preemption, the killer is required to transfer the property, interest or benefit to the beneficiary who, in the absence of the preemption, would have been entitled to it pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, or the killer is liable to such beneficiary for the value of the property, interest or benefit.
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