In Nevada, the elements for a claim waste are:
- Defendant commits or permits an act constituting waste to property at a time when Defendant is rightfully in possession of property;
- Defendant’s act cause permanent or lasting injury done to the property, to the prejudice of another who has an interest in the property; and
- Plaintiff is entitled to treble damages.
NRS 40.150; Price v. Ward, 25 Nev. 203, 849–50, 58 P. 849 (1899).
See elements for other claims at the Nevada Law Library