Towing Vehicles from Residential Complexes & Single-Family Dwellings

March 9th, 2018

By Kyle Cirac              Residential property owners often must comply with several requirements when requesting towing of vehicles from their property.  Whether the vehicle is parked in an area marked for emergency vehicles or is unregistered, the property owner is responsible for taking the steps necessary to properly tow a […]

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Maintaining a Dwelling in a Habitable Condition

November 22nd, 2017

By Kyle Cirac             When a landlord fails to maintain a dwelling in a habitable condition, the tenant has certain remedies available and the landlord has obligations to the tenant.  However, the tenant must comply with the relevant provisions in Chapter 118A of the Nevada Revised Statutes to properly assert […]

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Landlord’s Right to Access Rental Property

September 28th, 2017

By Kyle Cirac             When a landlord needs to access a rental property, they must be familiar with the laws regarding a landlord’s right to access.  Tenants do not always welcome their landlord into the rental property with open arms, and Nevada law gives each party certain rights regarding entry. […]

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Nevada Law on Rent Increases

August 30th, 2017

By Kyle Cirac   Recently, there has been an influx of new residents and businesses in the Reno/Sparks area.  Landlords are performing maintenance on their rental properties and revitalizing historic neighborhoods.  This has led to an increase in property values and taxes, and for some tenants, an increase in rental prices.  This article addresses rent […]

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Late Fees in Rental Agreements

July 28th, 2017

By Kyle Cirac   Landlords often have tenants that fail to pay their rent on time.  As a result, many landlords utilize late fee provisions in their rental agreements.  This article addresses late fees in dwellings under Chapter 118A and manufactured home parks under Chapter 118B of the Nevada Revised Statutes.  For information on late […]

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