In this situation, it's essential to address the matter promptly and accurately. Start by gathering all relevant documentation, including your current cosmetology license and any records that confirm its validity. This will be crucial in clarifying the misunderstanding.
In Nevada, it is generally legal to openly carry bladed weapons, including katanas, but using it in a manner perceived as threatening or dangerous could potentially lead to criminal charges such as assault or brandishing a weapon. Regarding drawing your katana in non-self-defense situations, doing...View More
Yes, it's generally possible to amend the bylaws of a homeowners association (HOA) in Storey County, Nevada, to include qualifications for board members to live in the community. However, this process typically requires following specific procedures outlined in the current bylaws or the...View More
I know the documents exist. But also have family that dislike me that have worked in those departments as administrators. I am being mislead and homeless. My tribe has took my home, have not helped me with any type of shelter nor resources. This is concerning my home, my grandmother has purchased... View More
I understand that this is an extremely difficult and stressful situation for you. You have certain rights to access documents and records. Consider contacting a legal aid organization or an attorney who has experience in tribal law and property rights, who can guide you through the proper legal...View More
In Nevada, the laws governing condominiums are outlined in the Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) Chapter 116. It's essential to understand that condominium bylaws and NRS Chapter 116 work together, and neither typically supersedes the other completely.
I have a restaurant and I will be serving alcohol soon. I understand that servers or anyone who will be handling the liquor (like bartenders) should be of legal age. How about non-servers like bussers, kitchen staff, and chefs? Do they need to be of legal age? Or can they be below 21 as long as... View More
Typical lawyer answer: IT DEPENDS. You said the "bussers, kitchen staff and chefs" Are they handling alcohol in the performance of their duties- handling alcohol to be served to customers, not used in food preparation? Many dishes call for alcohol to be added: Bananas Foster, Cherries...View More
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to attorneys who handle government/administrative law (which you've already chosen), education law, professional license/certificate matters, civil litigation, and probably a few other...View More
You want an Admin. Law attorney but we are unable to assist you at this time, so you can call your local County Bar Association (Clark County, etc.) and secure a referral to qualified legal representation. However, I wanted to caution that you are required to file within 30 days of the adverse...View More
Infinity Concierge Services, LLC, Inessa Kazaryan and Vilen Kazaryan have beat many people including myself out of lots of money. This was a Travel Club in Las Vegas, NV located on Convention Center Drive. Vilen was the Mgr at the office which no longer exists and the telephone numbers are... View More
Not every board has to publish every meeting. You need to determine if it is covered by the Nevada Open Meeings/Records Acts. http://www.nfoic.org/nevada-foia-laws
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