2011 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 155 - Notices, Transfers, Orders, Procedure and Appeals
NRS 155.097 - Validity; circumstances in which transfer is presumed void.
1. To the extent the court finds that a transfer was the product of fraud, duress or undue influence, the transfer is void and each transferee who is found responsible for the fraud, duress or undue influence shall bear the costs of the proceedings, including, without limitation, reasonable attorney s fees.
2. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 155.0975, a transfer is presumed to be void if the transfer is effective on or after a transferor s death and the transfer is to a transferee who is:
(a) The person who drafted the transfer instrument;
(b) A caregiver of the transferor;
(c) A person who arranged for or paid for the drafting of the transfer instrument; or
(d) A person who is related to, affiliated with or subordinate to any person described in paragraph (a), (b) or (c).
(Added to NRS by 2011, 1460)
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