Powers of Director, Commissioner and Attorney General.
1.Request the person to file a statement or report in writing under oath or otherwise, on such forms as may be prescribed by the Commissioner, Director or Attorney General, as to all facts and circumstances concerning the sale or advertisement of property by the person, and such other data and information as the Commissioner, Director or Attorney General may deem necessary.
2.Examine under oath any person in connection with the sale or advertisement of any property.
3.Examine any property or sample thereof, record, book, document, account or paper as he or she may deem necessary.
4.Make true copies, at the expense of the Consumer Affairs Division of the Department of Business and Industry, of any record, book, document, account or paper examined pursuant to subsection 3, which copies may be offered into evidence in lieu of the originals thereof in actions brought pursuant to NRS 598.097 and 598.0979.
5.Pursuant to an order of any district court, impound any sample of property which is material to the deceptive trade practice and retain the property in his or her possession until completion of all proceedings as provided in NRS 598.0903 to 598.0999, inclusive. An order may not be issued pursuant to this subsection unless:
(a)The Commissioner, Director or Attorney General and the court give the accused full opportunity to be heard; and
(b)The Commissioner, Director or Attorney General proves by clear and convincing evidence that the business activities of the accused will not be impaired thereby.
Section 598.096 — Powers of Director, Commissioner and Attorney General.,