Squatters Rights in Nevada

September 25, 2020, 2:15 pm

Squatting occurs when someone lives in a building or on a piece of land without the owner's permission. In the State of Nevada, a squatter may gain legal property rights as long as they meet the requirements through a process known as adverse possession claim.

In this article, we will address so...

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Northern Nevada landlords, just like those elsewhere in the county, will often require a security deposit as part of the leasing process. Most states, Nevada included, have a limit as to how much it can be. The security deposit amount can be as little as one month’s rent or as much as three times th...

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Northern Nevada Eviction Laws

May 5, 2020, 2:16 pm

A tenant eviction is, unfortunately, a necessary part of being a landlord and renting out your house. There are many possible reasons for an eviction in Nevada, for example: nonpayment of rent, excessive property damage, illegal use of the rental unit, disruption to other tenants, and even refusal...

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Tenancy disputes are common in Northern Nevada just as they are all over the country when houses are rented out. They mainly arise due to the failure of both the tenant and the landlord to understand what exactly their rights and responsibilities are.

A tenant may think that they have returned...

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