NRS 706.2873
Record of hearings: Recording and transcription of testimony

  • copies to be filed with court clerk and furnished to parties
  • costs.


A complete record must be kept of all hearings before the Authority, and all testimony must be taken down by the stenographer appointed by the Authority, or, under the direction of any competent person appointed by the Authority, reported by sound recording equipment in the manner authorized for reporting testimony in district courts. The testimony reported by a stenographer must be transcribed and filed with the record in the matter. The Authority may by regulation provide for the transcription or safekeeping of sound recordings. The costs of recording and transcribing testimony at any hearing, except those hearings ordered pursuant to NRS 706.286, must be paid by the applicant. If a complaint is made pursuant to NRS 706.286 by a customer or by a political subdivision of this State or a municipal organization, the complainant is not liable for any costs. Otherwise, if there are several applicants or parties to any hearing, the Authority may apportion the costs among them in its discretion.


Whenever any petition is served upon the Authority, before the action is reached for trial, the Authority shall file a certified copy of all proceedings and testimony taken with the clerk of the court in which the action is pending.


A copy of the proceedings and testimony must be furnished to any party, on payment of a reasonable amount, to be fixed by the Authority, and the amount must be the same for all parties.


The provisions of this section do not prohibit the Authority from restricting access to the records and transcripts of a hearing pursuant to subsection 2 of NRS 706.1725.

Source: Section 706.2873 — Record of hearings: Recording and transcription of testimony; copies to be filed with court clerk and furnished to parties; costs., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-706.­html#NRS706Sec2873.

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Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 706.2873’s source at nv​.us