2015 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 116B - Condominium Hotel Act
NRS 116B.590 - Assessments for common expenses; funding of adequate reserves; collection of interest on past due assessments; calculation of assessments for particular types of common expenses; notice of meetings regarding assessments for capital improvements.
1. Until the association makes an assessment for common expenses for the common elements, the declarant shall pay all common expenses. After an assessment has been made by the association, assessments must be made at least annually, based on a budget adopted at least annually by the association in accordance with the requirements set forth in this chapter. Unless the declaration imposes more stringent standards, the budget must include a budget for the daily operation of the association and a budget for the reserves required by paragraph (b) of subsection 2.
2. Except for assessments under subsections 4 to 7, inclusive:
(a) All common expenses, including the reserves, must be assessed against all the units in accordance with the allocations set forth in the declaration pursuant to NRS 116B.340.
(b) The association shall establish adequate reserves, funded on a reasonable basis, for the repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the common elements. The reserves may be used only for those purposes and must not be used for daily maintenance. The association may comply with the provisions of this paragraph through a funding plan that is designed to allocate the costs for the repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the common elements over a period of years if the funding plan is designed in an actuarially sound manner which will ensure that sufficient money is available when the repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the common elements are necessary.
3. Any past due assessment for common expenses or installment thereof bears interest at the rate established by the association not exceeding 18 percent per year.
4. To the extent required by the declaration:
(a) Any common expense or portion thereof benefiting fewer than all of the units must be assessed exclusively against the units benefited; and
(b) The costs of insurance must be assessed in proportion to risk and the costs of utilities must be assessed in proportion to usage.
5. Assessments to pay a judgment against the association may be made only against the units in the condominium hotel at the time the judgment was entered, in proportion to their liabilities for common expenses.
6. If any common expense is caused by the misconduct of any unit’s owner, the association may assess that expense exclusively against his or her unit.
7. If liabilities for common expenses are reallocated, assessments for common expenses and any installment thereof not yet due must be recalculated in accordance with the reallocated liabilities.
8. The association shall provide written notice to each unit’s owner of a meeting at which an assessment for a capital improvement is to be considered or action is to be taken on such an assessment at least 21 calendar days before the date of the meeting.
(Added to NRS by 2007, 2235)
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