NRS 648.075
Licensing: Incomplete application

  • period of validity of application
  • summary denial of invalid application
  • burden of proof
  • waiver of claim for damages resulting from application.


An applicant must answer all the questions and provide all the information required by the application. The applicant may include additional information on plain paper. If the Secretary determines that the application is incomplete, improperly completed or illegible, the application, together with all associated documents and any fees paid, must be returned to the applicant without further action.


An application is valid for 6 months after the date of filing with the Board. It is the responsibility of the applicant to comply with all procedures and necessary appearances in connection with an application before the expiration of the 6 months. The Board may, for good cause shown, extend the period.


The Board may summarily deny any application for a license which is still pending before the Board 6 months after the date of filing.


The applicant has the burden of proving his or her qualifications and suitability for the license.


By filing an application with the Board, an applicant accepts the risk of adverse public notice, embarrassment, criticism or other action with respect to the application, and expressly waives any claim for damages as a result thereof.

Source: Section 648.075 — Licensing: Incomplete application; period of validity of application; summary denial of invalid application; burden of proof; waiver of claim for damages resulting from application., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-648.­html#NRS648Sec075.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 648.075’s source at nv​.us