NRS 641B.290
Delinquent licenses: Date

  • notice
  • renewal
  • expiration
  • restoration.


If a licensee fails to comply with the requirements of NRS 641B.280, the license becomes delinquent and the Board shall, within 30 days after the license becomes delinquent, send a notice to that effect by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the licensee’s last known address according to the records of the Board.


A licensee may renew his or her license within 60 days after the license becomes delinquent if the licensee complies with the requirements of NRS 641B.280 and pays, in addition to the fee for the annual renewal of a license, the fee for the renewal of a delinquent license.


If the license is not renewed within 60 days after the license becomes delinquent, the license expires without any further notice or a hearing.


A person whose license expires pursuant to subsection 3 may apply to the Board for restoration of the license by:


Submitting a written application for restoration;


Submitting all information required to complete the restoration;


Paying all past due renewal fees and the fee for restoration prescribed by the Board; and


Passing the examination deemed necessary by the Board.

Source: Section 641B.290 — Delinquent licenses: Date; notice; renewal; expiration; restoration., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-641B.­html#NRS641BSec290.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 641B.290’s source at nv​.us