New Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure Effective March 1, 2019
The Nevada Supreme Court’s Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP) Committee has completed its exhaustive review resulting in changes to the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP), the Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure (NRAP), and the Nevada Electronic Filing and Conversion Rules (NEFCR).
The changes take effect March 1, 2019 and apply to all civil actions and proceedings pending or filed in Nevada’s district and appellate courts after that date.
The revised rules contain significant changes to civil procedure. This may lead to revisions of other rules and forms, including local district court rules and the Nevada Justice Court Rules of Civil Procedure. The Nevada Supreme Court will consider the need for additional review of court rules in 2019.
These new rules take precedence over all local rules or district court rules when they go into effect March 1. The Adopted Rules and Redlines can be found on the court’s website. A PDF version of the revised rules affected by ADKT 522 is also available.
The NRCP Committee comprised of co-chairs Justice Mark Gibbons and Justice Kristina Pickering, Judge Elissa F. Cadish, Judge Kimberly A. Wanker, Judge James E. Wilson, Discovery Commissioner Wesley M. Ayres, Discovery Commissioner Bonnie A. Bulla, Professor Thom Main, and attorneys George T. Bochanis, Robert L. Eisenberg, Graham A. Galloway, Racheal Mastel, Steve Morris, William E. Peterson, Daniel F. Polsenberg, Kevin C. Powers, Don Springmeyer, Todd E. Reese, and Loren S. Young.