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1.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, before admitting a person to a medical facility for extended care, skilled nursing, or intermediate care, the staff of the facility shall ensure ...

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

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 88
e) Files an answer or other pleading admitting or failing to contest the material allegations of a petition filed against him in any proceeding of this nature; or

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 47
a) In case the ruling is one admitting evidence, a timely objection or motion to strike appears of record, stating the specific ground of objection.       (b) In case the ruling is one excluding ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 50
7.  During any trial in which the defendant has been accused of committing a felony, the defendant may object in writing to admitting into evidence an affidavit or declaration described in this ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 631
... dentist may, to the extent necessary for the exercise of due care in the practice of dentistry, perform a complete physical evaluation and compile a medical history of a patient before admitting ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 199
c) Fails to appear at the time and place required by the order admitting him to bail or releasing him without bail, or any modification thereof, Ê the person is guilty of failing to appear and shall ...

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... to the disclosure of all such information pursuant to any request by the applicant’s law school(s), any state bar, bar association, the National Conference of Bar Examiners or other admitting ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 178
4.  Any court or any judge or justice authorized to grant bail may at any time revoke the order admitting the defendant to bail.       5.  The court or judge by whom bail may be ordered shall ...

2.  Admitting a will to probate or revoking the probate thereof.       3.  Setting aside an estate claimed not to exceed $50,000 in value.       4.  Setting apart property as a homestead ...


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