Nevada State Laws Affecting Tenants in Domestic Violence Situations

Find out Nevada rules on state laws that protect tenants who are victims of domestic violence.

Nevada extends special protections to tenants who are victims of domestic violence. Here are some of the domestic violence (DV) laws that apply to tenants:

  • Lease cannot include a waiver of some or all DV rights
  • Landlord entitled to proof of DV status
  • Landlord cannot terminate a victim of DV
  • Early termination right for DV victim
  • DV victim has the right to have the locks changed
  • Perpetrator of DV liable to landlord for resulting damages
  • Landlord may not disclose the fact of a tenant's early termination to a prospective landlord; nor may a prospective landlord require an applicant to disclose any prior early terminations
  • Antiretaliation protection extended to tenants who are domestic violence victims or who have terminated a rental agreement pursuant to law.

Check the Nevada statutes (Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § §â

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