NRS 639.255
Authorized disciplinary action

  • judicial review of such action
  • fines
  • private reprimands prohibited
  • orders imposing discipline deemed public records.


The holder of any certificate, license or permit issued by the Board, whose default has been entered or who has been heard by the Board and found guilty of the violations alleged in the accusation, may be disciplined by the Board by one or more of the following methods:


Suspending judgment;


Placing the certificate, license or permit holder on probation;


Suspending the right of a certificate holder to practice, or the right to use any license or permit, for a period to be determined by the Board;


Revoking the certificate, license or permit;


Public reprimand; or


Imposition of a fine for each count of the accusation, in accordance with the schedule of fines established pursuant to subsection 3.


Such action by the Board is final, except that the propriety of such action is subject to review upon questions of law by a court of competent jurisdiction.


The Board shall, by regulation, establish a schedule of fines that may be imposed pursuant to paragraph (f) of subsection 1. Each fine must be commensurate with the severity of the applicable violation, but must not exceed $10,000 for each violation.


The Board shall not issue a private reprimand.


An order that imposes discipline and the findings of fact and conclusions of law supporting that order are public records.

Source: Section 639.255 — Authorized disciplinary action; judicial review of such action; fines; private reprimands prohibited; orders imposing discipline deemed public records., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-639.­html#NRS639Sec255.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 639.255’s source at nv​.us