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Nevada Process Serving Laws

(Rules of Civil Procedure in the United States)

 

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Who can be a process server in Nevada?

Any adult over the age of eighteen (18) years old, that is not a party to the case, or a member of a corporation or organization that is a party, may serve (deliver) the papers. 

 

Does Nevada require process servers to be licensed?

Yes. According to the Nevada Revised Statutes §648.110 and §648.135: All persons who engage in business as a process server must be licensed. Applicants must be 21 or over, have 2 years experience as a process server, and have insurance for protection against liability to third persons with limits of not less than $200,000. No bonding is required. Applicants must deposit $750 at time of application to pay for a background investigation, the cost of which must be paid for by applicant up to a maximum of $1500. Applicants must pass a written application and may be required to pass an oral examination. Licenses are issued by the Nevada Private Investigator’s Licensing Board. The most expensive state in the nation in which to get licensed.

 

Are there any day or time restrictions to service of process in Nevada?
No.

 





 

Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure are from CivilProcedure.info Federal Rules of Civil Procedure site

 

Because the laws of process service may change from time to time, please check the Nevada Courts website for updated rules of civil procedure in Nevada.

 





 

Rules of Civil Procedure in Nevada:

Rule 4. Process

  1. Summons: Issuance.
    Upon the filing of the complaint, the clerk shall forthwith issue a summons and deliver it to the plaintiff or to the plaintiff's attorney, who shall be responsible for service of the summons and a copy of the complaint. Upon request of the plaintiff, separate or additional summons shall issue against any defendants.
  2. Same: Form.
    The summons shall be signed by the clerk, be under the seal of the court, contain the name of the court and county and the names of the parties, be directed to the defendant, state the name and address of the plaintiff's attorney, if any, otherwise the plaintiff's address, and the time within which these rules require the defendant to appear and defend, and shall notify him that in case of his failure to do so judgment by default will be rendered against him for the relief demanded in the complaint. When service of the summons is made by publication, the summons shall, in addition to any special statutory requirements, also contain a brief statement of the object of the action substantially as follows: "This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the contract of marriage (or bonds of matrimony) existing between you and the plaintiff," or "foreclosing the mortgage of plaintiff upon the land (or other property) described in complaint," or as the case may be.
  3. By Whom Served.
    Process shall be served by the sheriff of the county where the defendant is found, or by his deputy, or by any citizen of the United States over eighteen years of age, except that a subpoena may be served as provided in Rule 45; where the service of process is made outside of the United States, after an order of publication, it may be served either by any citizen of the United States over eighteen years of age or by any resident of the country, territory, colony or province, who is over eighteen years of age.
  4. Summons: Personal Service.
    The summons and complaint shall be served together. The plaintiff shall furnish the person making service with such copies as are necessary. Service shall be made by delivering a copy of the summons attached to a copy of the complaint.

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