Nevada Trade Regulations and Practices

Sec. § 599A.056
Statement regarding payment of child support by applicant for license; grounds for denial of license; duty of board of county commissioners or governing body.


1.

An applicant for the issuance or renewal of a license issued pursuant to NRS 599A.050 shall submit to the board of county commissioners or the governing body of the incorporated city issuing the license the statement prescribed by the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services of the Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to NRS 425.520. The statement must be completed and signed by the applicant.

2.

The board of county commissioners or the governing body of the incorporated city issuing the license shall include the statement required pursuant to subsection 1 in:

(a)

The application or any other forms that must be submitted for the issuance or renewal of the license; or

(b)

A separate form prescribed by the board of county commissioners or governing body of the city.

3.

A license may not be issued or renewed by a board of county commissioners or the governing body of an incorporated city pursuant to NRS 599A.050 if the applicant:

(a)

Fails to submit the statement required pursuant to subsection 1; or

(b)

Indicates on the statement submitted pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is subject to a court order for the support of a child and is not in compliance with the order or a plan approved by the district attorney or other public agency enforcing the order for the repayment of the amount owed pursuant to the order.

4.

If an applicant indicates on the statement submitted pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is subject to a court order for the support of a child and is not in compliance with the order or a plan approved by the district attorney or other public agency enforcing the order for the repayment of the amount owed pursuant to the order, the board of county commissioners or governing body of the incorporated city shall advise the applicant to contact the district attorney or other public agency enforcing the order to determine the actions that the applicant may take to satisfy the arrearage.
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Feb. 5, 2021