It is against Nevada law to evict a problematic tenant without obtaining a writ of possession from Nevada courts, no matter how bad the situation has become.
A writ of possession is a formal notice from a Nevada court. It has the State of Nevada’s big seal and orders tenants to leave the specified property by a given date and time, as ordered by the court. The writ of possession also states that a sheriff will be authorized to eject them from the property and remove their belongings if renters do not comply.
The Sheriff will serve the order to vacate on the tenant, or their representative, within 24 hours of arrival at that location. If the tenants are not present, law enforcement will notify them by mail. Once the writ of possession has been served, it becomes illegal for tenants to continue staying in the home or apartment without explicit permission from the courts.
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