NRS 643.170
Refusal to issue or renew license: Notice and hearing

  • subpoenas
  • fees and mileage
  • proper relief.


The Board shall not refuse to issue or renew any license, unless:


Before taking that action the Board gives written notice thereof to the accused stating the specific reason for its adverse action; and


The accused is granted the opportunity to appear before the Board for a hearing within 20 days after the date of the notice.


The Board may:


Summon witnesses.


Require the production of books, records and papers for the hearing.


Subpoenas must be issued by the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board directed to the sheriff of the proper county to be served and returned in the same manner as subpoenas in criminal cases. The fees and mileage of the sheriff and witnesses must be the same as is allowed in criminal cases and must be paid from the money of the Board as other expenses of the Board are paid.


If the accused prevails at the hearing, the Board shall grant him or her the proper relief without delay.


Any investigation, inquiry or hearing thus authorized may be entertained or held by or before a member or members of the Board, and the finding or order of the member or members, when approved and confirmed by the Board, shall be deemed the finding or order of the Board.

Source: Section 643.170 — Refusal to issue or renew license: Notice and hearing; subpoenas; fees and mileage; proper relief., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-643.­html#NRS643Sec170.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 643.170’s source at nv​.us