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Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 126
It includes the mother and child relationship and the father and child relationship.       (Added to NRS by 1979, 1269; A 1983, 1867)       NRS 126.031   Relationship of parent and child not ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 128
NRS 128.011             “Abandoned mother” defined. NRS 128.012             “Abandonment of a child” defined. NRS 128.0122           “Agency which provides child ...

A birth is complete when the child is entirely outside the mother, even if the cord is uncut and the placenta still attached. The words “evidence of life” include heart action, breathing or ...

2-19      440.280  1.  If a birth occurs in a hospital or the mother and 2-20  child are immediately transported to a hospital, the person in charge

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 201
Legislative intent; authorized in any public or private location where mother is authorized to be. OBSCENITY NRS 201.235             Definitions

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 236
NRS 236.020             Mother’s Day. NRS 236.025             Columbus Day. NRS 236.030             Law Day U.S.A. NRS 236.035             Constitution Week ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 425
8.  Copies of bills for testing for paternity, and for prenatal and postnatal health care of the mother and child, furnished to the adverse party at least 20 days before the hearing, are admissible ...

Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 200
NCL § 10084]       NRS 200.210   Killing of unborn quick child; penalty.   A person who willfully kills an unborn quick child, by any injury committed upon the mother of the child, commits ...

Harrington, I’m here to tell you about a case where my mother was not handled very well and she did die 102 days later. My mother broke her ankle. And my mother died from her broken ankle 102 days ...

c) A mother, or has borne a child; or       (d) In a physician’s judgment, in danger of suffering a serious health hazard if health care services are not provided


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