Nevada

Nevada

The following information covers the Administrative Code, Register, Statutes, Session Laws, and Supreme Court Opinions.

Official Status 
Administrative Code, Register, Statutes, Session Laws, and Supreme Court Opinions are not designated official. 

Authentication

Administrative Code, Register, Statutes, Session Laws, and Supreme Court Opinions are not authenticated.

Preservation
Administrative Code, Register, Statutes, Session Laws, and Supreme Court Opinions are not preserved. 

Permanent Public Access
The state has guaranteed permanent public access for Register. The state has not guaranteed permanent public access for Code, Session Laws, Statutes, and Supreme Court Opinions. 

Copyright
Administrative Code, Register, Statutes, and Session Laws are copyrighted. Supreme Court Opinions are not.

Universal Citation
The state has not adopted universal citation.

More Information
2007 Report
2009 Update

UELMA
Nevada was the eighth state to enact the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act (UELMA). UELMA, introduced in Nevada as SB 105, was signed into law by Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval on May 23, 2013. The law was effective January 1, 2014 (Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 218F.730 (West 2015)).


Updated as of 5/26/2016