2015 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 116B - Condominium Hotel Act
NRS 116B.870 - Jurisdiction of Real Estate Division, Ombudsman, Commission and hearing panels.

NV Rev Stat § 116B.870 (2015) What's This?

1. In carrying out the provisions of NRS 116B.870 to 116B.920, inclusive, the Division and the Ombudsman have jurisdiction to investigate and the Commission and each hearing panel has jurisdiction to take appropriate action against any person who commits a violation, including, without limitation:

(a) Any association and any officer, employee or agent of an association.

(b) Any member of an executive board.

(c) Any declarant, affiliate of a declarant or hotel unit owner.

(d) Any unit’s owner.

(e) Any tenant of a unit’s owner if the tenant has entered into an agreement with the unit’s owner to abide by the governing documents of the association and the provisions of this chapter and any regulations adopted pursuant thereto.

2. The jurisdiction set forth in subsection 1 applies to any officer, employee or agent of an association or any member of an executive board who commits a violation and who:

(a) Currently holds his or her office, employment, agency or position or who held his or her office, employment, agency or position at the commencement of proceedings against him or her.

(b) Resigns his or her office, employment, agency or position:

(1) After the commencement of proceedings against him or her; or

(2) Within 1 year after the violation is discovered or reasonably should have been discovered.

(Added to NRS by 2007, 2263)

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