Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 459.638
Certification of completion of remedial agreement; issuance, contents and recordation of certificate of completion; explanation of failure to issue certificate.


After a participant has completed the action specified in his or her remedial agreement for the removal or remediation of hazardous substances, the participant shall certify to the Administrator that the action has been completed according to the agreement. After the Administrator has verified the certification, the Administrator shall issue the participant a certificate of completion.


A certificate of completion must:


Contain the name of the participant and of any other person relieved from liability by the certificate and the legal description of the property to which it relates;


Summarize the nature of the removal or remediation performed on the property, and the nature of the relief provided by NRS 459.610 to 459.658, inclusive; and


Be recorded by the Administrator in the office of the county recorder of the county where the real property is located, and indexed to show its relation to that real property.


If the Administrator does not issue a certificate of completion after receiving the participant’s certification that the work has been completed, the Administrator shall deliver to the participant, within 30 days after receipt of the certificate, a written explanation of the reasons why the certificate was not issued.
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