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Eviction

Evictions
There are two commonly used types of evictions.
The cost of filing an eviction with the court is $51.00

  • One is a 5 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit. If the tenant is past due on rent you may file this and if the tenant pays the rent, then they get to stay. The landlord may choose to file or not file this form with the court. The form of service is also at the landlord's discretion. If the time lapses and the tenant does not pay, the next step is to file a Notice for Summary Eviction. This form must be filed with the court and served by the sheriff's department.

  • The other most common form of eviction is a 30 day No Cause Eviction. This is filed if the landlord wants the tenant out of the residence, without cause. Once the time has lapsed for this step, the landlord may then file an Unlawful Detainer, which adds an additional 5 judicial days. The landlord may choose to file or not file these forms with the court. The form of service is also at the landlord's discretion. After the additional time has lapsed, the landlord may file a Summary Eviction, this form must be filed with the court and served by the sheriff's department.

Landlords may inquire about other types of evictions through our office or the Nevada Supreme Court.