Reorganizes the summary evictions process in Nevada to require that landlords submit an eviction complaint to the Court before a tenant can file an answer.

Ensures fairer eviction processes by giving the tenant greater opportunity to respond to eviction notices and receive legal assistance. 

  • Currently: Awaiting final vote from Governor Lombardo

  • May 31: Enrolled and delivered to the governor’s desk

  • May 30: Assembly concurred Senate amendment; sent for enrollment

  • May 26: Third reading on Senate floor; passed Senate. Sent to the Assembly to concur Senate amendment.

  • May 25: Second reading on Senate floor

  • May 19: Senate Committee work session; Amend, and do pass

  • May 17: First Senate Committee hearing

  • April 26: Introduced to the Senate for first reading. Assigned to the Senate Committee on Judiciary.

  • April 25: Third reading on Assembly floor; passed Assembly. Sent to the Senate.

  • April 24: Second reading on Assembly floor

  • April 5: Committee work session; Amend, and do pass
  • April 4: Second Committee hearing
  • March 29: First Committee hearing

  • March 21: Withdrawn and referred to the Assembly Committee on Judiciary

  • March 19: Introduced to the Assembly for first reading. Assigned to the Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor for review.


Assembly Members Shondra Summers-Armstrong, Tracy Brown-May, Beatrice Duran, Michelle Gorelow, Sabra Newby, Davis Orentlicher, Sarah Peters, Clara Thomas, Selena Torres, Howard Watts


Passed both chambers


2023 Legislative Session

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