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... by the testator to be his will. . . . Thus several writings, connected by sequence of thought . . . folded together . . . or physically forming one document . . . have been admitted to probate as ...

SUPREME COURT RULES ADOPTED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF NEVADA _________ Effective October 15, 1965 and Including Rules Current Through September 15, 2004

NRS 132.195   “Intestate estate” defined.   “Intestate estate” includes an estate where no will has been offered or admitted to probate as the last will and testament and an estate where the ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 392
3.  In addition to the provisions for the payment of tuition and transportation costs for pupils admitted to an adjoining school district as provided in subsection 2, the agreement may contain ...

year and does not need to be admitted pursuant to subsection 8. If 17 the child subsequently completes the first grade, he must be 18 admitted to the second grade in the following ...

Nevada Facts
California and Oregon were the only western states admitted earlier. Nevada's early statehood was the result of a number of factors pertaining to the politics of ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 233B
Added to NRS by 1977, 1382)       NRS 233B.035   “Party” defined.   “Party” means each person or agency named or admitted as a party, or properly seeking and entitled as of right to be ...

Assemblywoman Genie Ohrenschall
Author, Article, Catholic University Law Review; admitted to practice: District of Columbia, Maryland, Nevada, and United States Supreme Court Bars; State Board of Directors, Business and ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 179
No prisoner may be admitted to bail after having been arrested upon the warrant of the Governor of this state.       (Added to NRS by 1967, 1101; A 1973, 800

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 178
NRS 178.4855           Limitations on release without bail of certain defendants who are taken into custody while admitted to bail on other charges; notice to bail agent required


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