Nuisance, Waste and Unlawful Business

Nuisance, Waste and Unlawful Business Eviction

A Notice of Termination and Notice to Vacate for Wrongful Assignment, Subleasing, Waste, Unlawful Business, Nuisance or Violations of Controlled Substances Laws (Fillable PDF) can be used as defined in NRS 40.140. An eviction for nuisance, waste, and abuse requires a minimum notice of 3 judicial days.

Landlords must also complete an Affidavit of Landlord For Waste, Unlawful Business, or Nuisance (Fillable PDF).

Nuisance, Waste, and Unlawful Business Eviction - 1st Notice Requirements

  • Three judicial days, excluding day of service, no matter how served.
  • If served in person with a tenant's signature, no proof of mailing is required.
  • If served in person without a signature, the landlord must mail a copy with a certificate of mailing.
  • If attempted to serve in person but no answer, you can post a copy to the front door and then mail a copy by certificate of mailing.
  • An Landlord-Affidavit Proof of Service must be completed following service.

Nuisance, Waste, and Unlawful Business - 2nd Notice Requirements (Unlawful Detainer)

  • Five judicial days if served in person, excluding day of service.
  • If served in person with a tenant's signature, no proof of mailing is required.
  • If served in person without a signature, the landlord must mail a copy with a certificate of mailing.
  • If attempted to serve in person but no answer, you can post a copy to the front door and then mail a copy by certificate of mailing.
  • Posting and mailing is counted differently. It is 5 judicial days (excluding day of service) followed by three straight days. If the third day falls on a weekend or holiday we give the tenant through the next business day to contest.
  • An Landlord-Affidavit Proof of Service must be completed following service.

Nuisance, Waste, and Unlawful Business Eviction Forms