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State law regulates several rent-related issues, including late and bounced-check fees, the amount of notice (at least 45 days in Nevada) landlords must give tenants to raise the rent, and how much time (five days in Nevada) a tenant has to pay overdue rent or move before a landlord can file for eviction.
Landlords and tenants are required to uphold the terms of the lease at all times. The landlord can evict the tenant for a lease violation. The landlord must give them a 5-Day Notice to Comply. This allows the tenant 5 days to cure the lease violation or move out of the rental property.
Nevadas statewide eviction protections expired on May 31, 2021. Landlords may now try to sue tenants to evict them.
Is Nevada a Landlord-Friendly State? Due to the low amount of restrictions regarding rent control policies, rent increases, and fees, Nevada is generally considered a landlord-friendly state.
restrictions on landlords right to access rental property (Nevada landlords must provide 24 hours notice of entry)
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You are paying rent to the landlord for exclusive use as the property as your home and as such you have the right to decide who enters it and when. If a landlord enters your home without permission they are, technically, trespassing, unless they have a court order to allow them otherwise.
Can a tenant refuse entry to a landlord or letting agent? Yes, they can. In 99% of cases a tenant refusing entry to a landlord will usually boil down to convenience, or lack thereof. Simply adjusting the time and date will be enough to gain access to the property.
Nevada law requires a thirty-day notice to the tenant (or a seven-day notice if the tenant pays rent weekly), followed by a second five-day Notice to Quit for Unlawful Detainer (after the first notice period has elapsed) instructing the tenant to leave because tenants presence is now unlawful.
State law regulates several rent-related issues, including late and bounced-check fees, the amount of notice (at least 45 days in Nevada) landlords must give tenants to raise the rent, and how much time (five days in Nevada) a tenant has to pay overdue rent or move before a landlord can file for eviction.
NRS 118A. 170 Tenant defined. Tenant means a person entitled under a rental agreement to occupy a dwelling unit to the exclusion of others. NRS 118A.

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