Full Statute Name:  West's Nevada Revised Statutes Annotated. Title 15. Crimes and Punishments. Chapter 193. General Provisions.

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Primary Citation:  N. R. S. 193.021 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  December, 2014 Alternate Citation:  NV ST 193.021 Date Adopted:  1911
Summary:

Dogs, domestic animals and birds are considered personal property in Nevada.

Statute Text: 

"Personal property" includes dogs and all domestic animals and birds, water, gas and electricity, all kinds or descriptions of money, chattels and effects, all instruments or writings completed and ready to be delivered or issued by the maker, whether actually delivered or issued or not, by which any claim, privilege, right, obligation or authority, or any right or title to property, real or personal, is or purports to be, or upon the happening of some future event may be evidenced, created, acknowledged, transferred, increased, diminished, encumbered, defeated, discharged or affected, and every right and interest therein.

Amended by Laws 1973, p. 355; Laws 1983, p. 815; Laws 1985, p. 510.

 

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