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JUSTICE COURT, TOWNSHIP OF [SELECT FROM DROP-DOWN]


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CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA
2 Landlord's [TYPE LANDLORD'S NAME HERE, JUST AS IT
Name: APPEARS ON EVICTION ORDER OR NOTICE]
3 Case No.: [TYPE CASE # HERE]
Landlord, Dept No.: [TYPE DEPT. # HERE]
4 vs.
Tenant's [TYPE TENANT'S NAME HERE, JUST AS IT TIP! If you’ve received an order for summary eviction, use
5 Name: APPEARS ON EVICTION ORDER OR NOTICE] the case number and department number on that order. If the
court hasn’t issued a summary eviction order, but you have
Address: [TYPE YOUR STREET ADDRESS AND UNIT # HERE] received an eviction notice from your landlord, you can still
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City and Zip: [TYPE YOUR CITY, STATE, AND ZIP CODE HERE] file, but you won’t have a case number. Leave these blank.
[TYPE YOUR TELEPHONE # WITH AREA CODE] The court clerk will assign the numbers when you file.
7 Phone:
E-Mail: [TYPE YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS HERE] MOTION TO STAY (DELAY)
8 ORDER FOR SUMMARY
Tenant. EVICTION
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Tenant, appearing in proper person, requests that the Court stay (delay) a summary eviction
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pursuant to NRS 70.010 and JCRCP 110.
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In this case, the Court (check one box) has already ordered a summary eviction, or has not
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yet ordered an eviction, but I anticipate a summary eviction will be ordered shortly.
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I understand that the Court can only stay (delay) an eviction for up to ten days. After any delay
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granted by the Court expires, any eviction order issued by the Court will be enforced. I ask the Court to
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stay the summary eviction for (insert number of days, up to 10) [TYPE 1 TO 10] days for the
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following reasons (explain below):
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[ON THESE LINES, TYPE YOUR EXPLANATION OF WHY YOU NEED THE ADDITIONAL DAYS (UP TO A
_____________________________________________________________________________________
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MAXIMUM OF 10) TO LEAVE THE RENTAL PROPERTY.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________________________________________
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24 Check if attaching additional pages.
25 I declare under penalty of perjury under the law of the State of Nevada that the foregoing is true

26 and correct.
[PRINT AND SIGN HERE, OR
27 [TYPE DATE YOU ARE ATTACH DIGITAL SIGNATURE IF
SIGNING] [TYPE YOUR FULL NAME HERE] ALLOWED]
28 (Date) (Type or Print Name) (Signature)

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1 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

2 I CERTIFY that on (insert date motion was served) [TYPE DATE YOU ARE SERVING], I served

3 the MOTION TO STAY (DELAY) ORDER FOR SUMMARY EVICTION, pursuant to JCRCP 5(b),
TIP! After you by the following method (check one box):
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file you motion
with the court,
you must 5 Depositing a copy of the motion in the United States Mail, postage prepaid, to the address listed
either mail or
hand deliver6a below (below insert name and mailing address of Landlord or Landlord's attorney).
copy to your
landlord. 7 Delivering, by hand delivery, a copy of the motion to the address listed below and leaving it (i) with
Check one box
and write your Landlord or Landlord's attorney; (ii) at the office of Landlord or Landlord's attorney with a person in
landlord’s 8
name and charge or, if there is no one in charge, in a conspicuous place; or (iii) at Landlord’s dwelling house
address on 9 the
lines below.
with a person of suitable age and discretion residing there (below insert name and mailing address of
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Landlord, Landlord's agent or attorney, or person of suitable age and discretion, as applicable).
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[TYPE LANDLORD'S NAME HERE]
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[TYPE LANDLORD'S ADDRESS HERE]
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[TYPE LANDLORD'S ADDRESS HERE]
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[TYPE LANDLORD'S ADDRESS HERE]
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[TYPE LANDLORD'S ADDRESS HERE]
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I declare under penalty of perjury under the law of the State of Nevada that the foregoing is true
17 and correct.
18 [PRINT AND SIGN HERE, OR
[TYPE DATE YOU ARE ATTACH DIGITAL SIGNATURE IF
19 SIGNING] [TYPE YOUR FULL NAME HERE] ALLOWED]
(Date) (Type or Print Name) (Signature)
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Is this the right form for you?
This
21form might be right for you if: You are a tenant who has had (or will have) a summary eviction order issued against you, you have not yet been locked out of
the rental property, and you need to ask the court for some additional time (up to 10 days) to vacate the property.
What
22 you should know before you file:
• Filing fee: The court will charge you a filing fee of $71 if this motion is your first filing in the case. If you’ve already filed something in this case, there is no filing
fee. If you can’t afford the filing fee, you can file an application asking the court to waive it based on your inability to pay.
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Filing With the Court:
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person: Take your completed form to the justice court for the township where the rental property is located.
• If you’re filing your case in the Las Vegas Justice Court, you will not need to make copies, but you will need a valid e-mail address. The court clerk will help you
25electronically file your form. The court will e-mail your filed document to you after processing.
• In all other justice courts (Henderson or North Las Vegas, for example), you’ll need to make at least one additional copy of your form. Give the original and all
copies to the court clerk for filing. The clerk will return the filed copies to you.
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Online: In the Las Vegas Justice Court, you can file electronically at http://wiznet.wiznet.com/clarknv. You must register for an account, and you must be able to
upload your documents via pdf. There is a $2.50 fee for each document you upload.
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Finding Out What the Judge Decides:
Monitor the court’s records or call the court to see what the judge decides: Because the judge will decide your motion quickly (one or two days), you MUST NOT
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depend on the court to notify you of the judge’s decision. Call the court every day or look up your case on the court’s website. But stay on top of it! The judge could
grant you additional time (up to 10 days) to leave the property, but the judge could also deny your motion. If the judge denies your motion, you’ll be locked out
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