2015 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 116B - Condominium Hotel Act
NRS 116B.595 - Assessments for shared expenses; funding of adequate reserves; collection of interest on past due assessments; payer of shared expenses not entitled to ownership or control; delivery of budget for projected shared expenses.

NV Rev Stat § 116B.595 (2015) What's This?

1. The hotel unit owner may charge all residential units in the condominium hotel:

(a) Shared expenses for the operation, maintenance and insurance of the hotel unit, shared components and the residential units;

(b) Costs for the establishment of reasonable reserve funds for the repair or replacement of the major components of the shared components or the major components of the hotel unit;

(c) Costs for the establishment of reasonable reserve funds for the maintenance, repair and replacement of the hotel unit or shared components;

(d) Charges for capital improvement;

(e) Charges that the declarant or hotel unit owner, as applicable, establishes in the declaration to offset the burden on the shared components or hotel unit as a result of transient rentals; and

(f) All other charges lawfully imposed by the declarant in connection with the repair, replacement, improvement, maintenance, management, operation and insurance of the shared components.

2. All shared expenses, including the reserves, must be charged against all the residential units in accordance with the allocated liability for shared expenses set forth in the declaration pursuant to this chapter.

3. The shared expenses must be imposed on a calendar-year basis and must be payable by the residential unit owners in monthly, quarterly, semiannual or annual installments as required in the declaration.

4. The hotel unit owner shall establish adequate reserves, funded on a reasonable basis, for the repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the shared components or the major components of the hotel unit. The reserves may be used only for repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the shared components or the major components of the hotel unit and must not be used for daily maintenance. The hotel unit owner may comply with the provisions of this subsection through a funding plan that is designed to allocate the costs for the repair, replacement and restoration of the major components of the shared components or the major components of the hotel unit 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 shared components or the major components of the hotel unit is necessary.

5. Any past due assessment authorized pursuant to this section bears interest at the rate established by the declaration but not to exceed 18 percent per year.

6. Payment of shared expenses by a residential unit owner does not entitle that owner to ownership or control over the hotel unit or the shared components.

7. The hotel unit owner shall provide a copy of the next year’s budget for projected shared expenses described in subsection 1 to all units’ owners at least 20 days before the date on which the hotel unit owner actually imposes any charges set forth in the next year’s budget.

(Added to NRS by 2007, 2235)

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