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Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

(January 2017)

I.     SCOPE OF RULES—ONE FORM OF ACTION

NRCP 1 – SCOPE OF RULES
NRCP 2 – ONE FORM OF ACTION

II.     COMMENCEMENT OF ACTION; SERVICE OF PROCESS, PLEADINGS, MOTIONS, AND ORDERS (more…)

Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

Form 33.  Consent to Service by Electronic Means Under Rule 5

       The undersigned party hereby consents to service of documents under Rule 5(a) by electronic means as designated below in accordance with Rule 5(b)(2)(D).

 Party name(s):

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

 Documents served by electronic means must be transmitted to the following person(s):

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

 Facsimile transmission to the following facsimile number(s):

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

 Electronic mail to the following e-mail address(es):

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

 Attachments to e-mail must be in the following format(s):

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

       The undersigned party also acknowledges that this consent does not require service by the specified means unless the serving party elects to serve by that means.

      Dated this __________ day of _______________, 20_____.

                                                                     Signed:  ______________________________,

                                                                                     Attorney for Consenting Party

                                                                    Address: ____________________________

                                                                   Telephone: ____________________________

                                                                   Fax number: ____________________________

                                                                   E-mail address: ____________________________

       [Added; effective January 1, 2005.]

Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

Form 22-B.  Motion to Bring in Third-Party Defendant

       Defendant moves for leave, as third-party plaintiff, to cause to be served upon E. F. a summons and third-party complaint, copies of which are hereto attached as Exhibit X.

                                                                   Signed: _____________________________

                                                                         Attorney for Defendant C. D.

                                                                Address: _____________________________

 Notice of Motion

       (Contents the same as in Form 19. The notice should be addressed to all parties to the action.)

Exhibit X

      (Contents the same as in Form 22-A.)

      [Added; effective March 16, 1964.]

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