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Due to the low amount of restrictions regarding rent control policies, rent increases, and fees, Nevada is generally considered a landlord-friendly state. Additionally, the state demands a few mandatory disclosures, making the rental process easier for the landlord.
Per Nevada law, landlords are required to maintain the dwelling unit in a habitable condition. This includes pest control measures in cases where a tenant is not responsible for an infestation.
In general, landlords or their property managers usually are obligated to: Keep mechanical systems such as heating and cooling, and electrical and plumbing, in good operating conditions. Maintain structural items such as roof, attic, sidewalks, and driveway. Immediately handle any vermin or pest infestations.
Withholding Rent If a landlord fails to provide necessary repairs, a tenant may pay for the repairs and take the cost out of their next rent payment. Repairs Nevada law requires landlords to make repairs within 48-hours of being notified by the tenant.
As a landlord, you are responsible for ensuring your property has heat in the winter, air conditioning in the summer (if your unit has air conditioning), and hot and cold water. If these systems break down or fail to function, you will be responsible for getting them back to working order.
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Rights and Duties of Tenants In addition to the duties of the tenant set forth in the lease itself, the common law imposes three other obligations: (1) to pay the rent reserved (stated) in the lease, (2) to refrain from committing waste (damage), and (3) not to use the premises for an illegal purpose.
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.
The right to know the identity of your landlord. The right to live in the property undisturbed. The right to see the propertys energy performance certificate (EPC), which, except in very specific circumstances, should be rated a minimum of E. The right to be protected from unfair rent and unfair eviction.
Landlord Responsibilities Follow all the terms of the rental agreement. Notify the Nevada tenant when looking to access their rented premises. Maintain the unit, especially when there are specific requests. Provide tenants with a rental property that is in habitable condition.
Contact the Landlord/Tenant hotline at (702) 759-0697 for additional information. Your complaint may be a legal matter that qualifies for civil court action. Nevada Legal Services is one resource you may find helpful to start the civil process.

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