Chapter 3 District Courts

Sections

3.001
Definitions.
3.002
“Chief Judge” defined.
3.004
“Department of the family court” defined.
3.006
“Family court” defined.
3.008
“Jurisdiction of the family court” defined.
3.010
Judicial districts: Number; constitution.
3.011
Number of district judges for First Judicial District.
3.012
Number of district judges for Second Judicial District who are not family court judges.
3.013
Number of district judges for Third Judicial District.
3.014
Number of district judges for Fourth Judicial District.
3.015
Number of district judges for Fifth Judicial District.
3.016
Number of district judges for Sixth Judicial District.
3.017
Number of district judges for Seventh Judicial District.
3.018
Number of district judges for Eighth Judicial District who are not family court judges.
3.019
Number of district judges for Ninth Judicial District.
3.020
Judicial districts with more than one judge: Concurrent jurisdiction of judges.
3.025
Chief Judge in certain judicial districts: Selection; duties; assignment of certain cases to same department of family court.
3.026
Chief Judge in certain judicial districts: Additional duties.
3.027
Courses of instruction: General requirements; payment of costs.
3.028
Courses of instruction: Required attendance at course designed for training new judges of juvenile courts and family courts; payment of costs.
3.029
Training concerning complex issues of litigation alleging professional negligence by provider of health care.
3.030
Salary.
3.040
Ex officio circuit judges; powers of Chief Justice to expedite judicial business.
3.060
Qualifications.
3.070
Resignation.
3.080
Vacancy filled by Governor; term.
3.090
Pensions.
3.092
Retirement because of incapacity, disability or advanced age.
3.095
Benefits for surviving spouse.
3.097
Benefits for surviving child.
3.098
Benefits for survivor beneficiary and additional payees.
3.099
Application and administration of provisions concerning pensions, retirement and benefits.
3.100
District court to be held at county seat; exceptions; courtroom, office and facilities to be provided by county.
3.0105
Establishment of family court in county whose population is 100,000 or more; assignment of judges; required instruction.
3.0107
Imposition of ad valorem tax authorized for support of family court.
3.110
Request for military aid to assist civil authorities in suppressing violence.
3.120
District judge not to practice law.
3.0125
Number of district judges for Second Judicial District who are family court judges.
3.130
Acceptance of gratuity in connection with marriage unlawful.
3.140
Absence from State; forfeiture of office.
3.150
Power to take and certify acknowledgments and affidavits.
3.155
Use of facsimile signature: Conditions and restrictions.
3.160
Missing volumes of Statutes of Nevada and Nevada Reports to be supplied.
3.170
Signing of records left unsigned by predecessor.
3.180
Performance of certain acts in civil actions after term expires or cessation of exercise of duties.
3.0185
Number of district judges for Eighth Judicial District who are family court judges.
3.0195
Number of district judges for Tenth Judicial District.
3.0197
Number of district judges for Eleventh Judicial District.
3.0199
Jurisdiction over matters arising from or relating to administration of Humboldt River Decree.
3.220
Equal coextensive and concurrent jurisdiction.
3.221
Transfer of original jurisdiction to justice court.
3.223
Jurisdiction of family courts.
3.225
Family court to encourage resolution of certain disputes through nonadversarial methods; cooperation to provide support services.
3.227
Information form for family court: Development; contents; use.
3.230
Statements upon matters of fact.
3.240
Written decisions.
3.241
Ruling that provision of Nevada Constitution or Nevada Revised Statutes is unconstitutional: Prevailing party to provide copy of ruling to Attorney General.
3.243
Report of certain statistical information to be submitted to Court Administrator.
3.245
Appointment of masters for criminal proceedings.
3.250
County clerk to be clerk of court.
3.260
Deputy clerks.
3.270
Duty of clerks to give receipts and pay over money.
3.275
Clerk to obtain and maintain information regarding cases.
3.280
Clerk to keep register of civil actions.
3.300
Power of clerks to take and certify acknowledgments and affidavits.
3.305
Destruction or disposal of exhibits by clerk.
3.307
Destruction or disposal of exhibits in civil actions.
3.310
Bailiffs and deputy marshals: Appointment; duties; qualifications; compensation.
3.320
Official reporter: Appointment; duties.
3.340
Official reporter: Attention to duties; reporter pro tempore.
3.350
Official reporter: Oath of office.
3.360
Official reporter: Transcript prima facie evidence.
3.370
Official reporter: Compensation.
3.380
Sound recording equipment: Installation; operation; transcription of recording; use of transcript; provision by party of certified court reporter; effect.
3.405
Masters: Appointment; powers and duties; findings.
3.415
Time for disposition of cases.
3.475
Establishment of programs of mandatory mediation in county whose population is 700,000 or more.
3.500
Establishment of programs of mandatory mediation in county whose population is less than 700,000.
3.2203
Jurisdiction to make findings relating to status of child as special immigrant juvenile; request for findings; order making findings; records relating to immigration status of child; Supreme Court to adopt rules and procedures.