Nevada Eviction Process

To legally evict a tenant in Nevada, landlords must adhere to the steps outlined in the Nevada Revised Statutes. The process starts with delivering an eviction notice by a legally authorized individual, followed by waiting for the tenant to comply or file an affidavit. If the tenant does not comply, the landlord files a complaint, attends a hearing, and, if successful, receives a judge's order for eviction. Finally, the landlord arranges for the sheriff to remove the tenant if necessary.