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Eviction

Evictions- Filing Fee $51.00
There are two commonly used types of evictions:
* 7-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit
* 30-Day Notice No Cause Eviction
OTHER NOTICES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE COURT HOUSE OR ON THE Nevada Supreme Court.
Service of the Notices can be done be either the landlord, with a witness over the age of 18, or by the Sheriff's office.

  • 7-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit. If the tenant is past due on rent the landlord may use this notice. If the tenant pays the rent owed, or if the landlord accepts any partial payment, the tenant may stay and the notice is void. If the time lapses and the tenant does not pay or vacate, the next step is to file a Complaint for Summary Eviction. This form must be filed with the court, the court will do an Order for Summary Eviction and the Order must be served by the Sheriff's department.
  • 30-day No Cause Eviction. The landlord may use this notice if they want the tenant out of the residence, without cause. Once the time has lapsed for this step, the landlord may then may use a Unlawful Detainer notice, which adds an additional 7 judicial days. After the additional time has lapsed, the landlord may file a Complaint Summary Eviction. This form must be filed with the court, the court will do an Order for Summary Eviction and the Order must be served by the Sheriff's department.

The landlord may choose to file or not file these Notices with the court.

If you have any further questions, please contact our office or  consult the Nevada Supreme Court.