Nevada Professions, Occupations and Businesses

Sec. § 636.305
Complaint against licensee: Persons authorized to make complaint; review; investigation; retention.


1.

A complaint may be made against a licensee by:

(a)

An employee or contractor of the Board; or

(b)

Any licensee or other person,
Ê alleging one or more grounds for disciplinary action set forth in NRS 636.295.

2.

As soon as practicable after a complaint is filed with the Board, the Executive Director or his or her designee shall review the complaint. If the Executive Director determines that the complaint is not frivolous and alleges one or more of the grounds for disciplinary action set forth in NRS 636.295, the Board, through the Executive Director, shall cause the complaint to be investigated.

3.

The Board shall retain each complaint received pursuant to this section for not less than 10 years, including, without limitation, any complaint which is not acted upon.
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