In Nevada, the elements for an equitable claim of declaratory relief are:
- A justifiable controversy exists between two or more parties;
- Regarding their respective rights pursuant to a contract;
- Such that the plaintiff asserts a claim of a legally protected right;
- The issue is ripe for judicial determination; and
- Plaintiff asks the court to determine the parties’ relative rights under the contract.
NRCP 57; NRS Chapter 30; Kress v. Corey, 65 Nev. 1, 189 P.2d 352 (1948).
See elements for other claims at the Nevada Law Library