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Liability of officers and directors as fiduciaries

Plaintiffs often attempt to hold officers and directors individually liable as fiduciaries. The Nevada Supreme Court has recently held that individual liability has a very high threshold. Chur v. Eighth Read More

"Tender" of a payment

Questions arise under Nevada law regarding what constitutes a “tender” of a payment to satisfy an obligation. The Nevada Supreme Court has recently clarified that a promise to make a Read More

Payment allocation on an account / 9352 Cranesbill Tr. v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

A question often arises as to whether a debtor or a creditor get to decide how to apply a payment on an account. In 9352 Cranesbill Tr. v. Wells Fargo Read More

Homeowner's to redeem their property after an HOA Lien Sale

Many people do not realize that Nevada law changed regarding the right of a homeowner to redeem their property after an HOA Lien Sale. NRS 116.31166(3) provides a statutory right Read More

Nevada's anti-SLAPP statute

To take a break from the Corona issues, the Nevada Supreme Court has recently clarified what speech is subject to Anti-SLAPP protections. Nevada's anti-SLAPP statute protects the right to free Read More

Judgment Creditor's execution on the claims of a Judgment Debtor

The Nevada Supreme Court has recently addressed the ability of a Judgment Creditor to execute on the claims of a Judgment Debtor and dismiss an appeal; however the decision restricts Read More

When spouses/partners sign simultaneous wills

When spouses/partners sign simultaneous wills that contain identical provisions, can the surviving spouse change his/her Will contrary to the agreement with and wishes of the earlier-to-die spouse? The answer is "probably Read More

Payment to Executors

 People often ask how executors get paid in Nevada. In cases where the will does not specify compensation amounts, the State of Nevada determines reasonable compensation based on the net Read More

Nevada Eviction Moratorium

There is some misinformation floating around regarding the Eviction Moratorium and that it will officially end June 30th.Nevada’s eviction moratorium coincides with the State of Emergency and is effective through Read More

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