Nevada Public Safety; Vehicles; Watercraft

Sec. § 482.36664
Complaint regarding dealer: Submission; contents; investigation; resolution; appeal.


1.

A retail customer who purchases a used vehicle the odometer of which registers 75,000 miles or more may submit to the Department a written complaint regarding the used vehicle dealer. The Department shall, within 10 days after it receives a complaint pursuant to this section, provide a copy of the complaint to the used vehicle dealer who is the subject of the complaint.

2.

A complaint submitted pursuant to subsection 1 must include:

(a)

A clear and concise statement of the complaint and the facts relating to the complaint;

(b)

Copies of any documents relating to the complaint; and

(c)

A statement of the manner in which the retail customer wishes to have the complaint resolved.

3.

Upon receipt of a complaint pursuant to this section, the Department shall investigate the complaint and determine whether the used vehicle dealer who is the subject of the complaint has violated the provisions of NRS 482.36655 to 482.36667, inclusive, or the regulations adopted by the Department pursuant thereto.

4.

If the Department determines that a used vehicle dealer has violated the provisions of NRS 482.36655 to 482.36667, inclusive, or the regulations adopted by the Department pursuant thereto, the Department shall notify the used vehicle dealer of that determination and recommend to the dealer the actions that the dealer may take to resolve the complaint.

5.

A retail customer or used vehicle dealer who is aggrieved by the decision of the Department may appeal the decision to the Director.
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Feb. 5, 2021