Nevada Professions, Occupations and Businesses

Sec. § 632.350
Filing of administrative complaint and service of notice required; right to obtain certain documents in possession of Board; hearing.


1.

Before suspending or revoking any license or certificate or taking other disciplinary action against a licensee or holder of a certificate, the Board shall cause an administrative complaint to be filed against the licensee or holder of the certificate. The Board shall notify the licensee or holder of the certificate in writing of the charges against him or her, accompanying the notice with a copy of the administrative complaint.

2.

Written notice may be served by delivery of it personally to the licensee or holder of the certificate, or by mailing it by registered or certified mail to the last known residential address of the licensee or holder of the certificate.

3.

If the licensee or holder of the certificate, after receiving a copy of the administrative complaint pursuant to subsection 1, submits a written request, the Board shall furnish the licensee or holder of the certificate with copies of any communications, reports and affidavits in possession of the Board, touching upon or relating to the matter in question.

4.

As soon as practicable after the filing of the administrative complaint, the Board, or a majority thereof, shall hold a hearing on the charges at such time and place as the Board prescribes. If the Board receives a report pursuant to subsection 5 of NRS 228.420, the hearing must be held within 30 days after receiving the report. The hearing must be held, if the licensee or holder of the certificate desires, within the county where the licensee or holder of the certificate resides.
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Feb. 5, 2021