2015 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 116B - Condominium Hotel Act
NRS 116B.670 - Maintenance and availability of books, records and other papers of association: General requirements; exceptions; general records concerning certain violations; enforcement by Ombudsman; limitations on amount that may be charged to conduct review.
1. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, the executive board of an association shall, upon the written request of a unit’s owner, make available the books, records and other papers of the association for review during the regular working hours of the association, including, without limitation, all contracts to which the association is a party and all records filed with a court relating to a civil or criminal action to which the association is a party. The provisions of this subsection do not apply to:
(a) The personnel records of the employees of the association, except for those records relating to the number of hours worked and the salaries and benefits of those employees;
(b) The records of the association relating to another unit’s owner, except for those records described in subsection 2; and
(c) A contract between the association and an attorney.
2. The executive board of an association shall maintain a general record concerning each violation of the governing documents, other than a violation involving a failure to pay an assessment, for which the executive board has imposed a fine, or any other sanction. The general record:
(a) Must contain a general description of the nature of the violation and the type of the sanction imposed. If the sanction imposed was a fine, the general record must specify the amount of the fine.
(b) Must not contain the name or address of the person against whom the sanction was imposed or any other personal information which may be used to identify the person or the location of the unit, if any, that is associated with the violation.
(c) Must be maintained in an organized and convenient filing system or data system that allows a unit’s owner to search and review the general records concerning violations of the governing documents.
3. If the executive board refuses to allow a unit’s owner to review the books, records or other papers of the association, the Ombudsman may:
(a) On behalf of the unit’s owner and upon written request, review the books, records or other papers of the association during the regular working hours of the association; and
(b) If the Ombudsman is denied access to the books, records or other papers, request the Commission, or any member thereof acting on behalf of the Commission, to issue a subpoena for their production.
4. The books, records and other papers of an association must be maintained for at least 10 years.
5. The executive board shall not require a unit’s owner to pay an amount in excess of $10 per hour to review any books, records, contracts or other papers of the association pursuant to the provisions of this section.
(Added to NRS by 2007, 2244)
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