Las Vegas, NV asked in Landlord - Tenant for Nevada

Q: Can the apartment give a name of tenant who's harrased you we tried filing police report and cant

Now the landlord gave us threatening letter to lay off there being prejudice I have proof. The guy white who's causing the problem were latino, he was harassing us couple of times here when my husband would walk my senior dogs we tried filing report the landlord, property manager Saud they won't give his name!, now there harrasing us I have the letter the guy was supposed to be out on the 3rd he still there his unit all damaged by him

We fear for our safety from him , property knows there been loads of complaints nobody got letter accept us from what we know there was a white guy outside yelling at the nuisance tenant he damaged his car too in front of the manager, nothing was done with him that day ,all our whate again have emails,video,and letter from property telling me to behave when all I asked for a name per the police I have witness

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  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Licensed in Nevada

A: In Nevada, landlords typically have a responsibility to ensure a safe living environment. However, disclosing personal information about tenants can present privacy issues. If you're facing harassment or discrimination, it's crucial to document all incidents. While you've already approached property management, you might consider seeking legal counsel for further guidance on your rights under Nevada's laws. If your safety is at risk, pursuing a protective order might be an option. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.

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