Nevada Arbitration Rules

      Rule 13.  Pre-hearing statement.

      (A)  At least 10 days prior to the date of the arbitration hearing, each party shall furnish the arbitrator and serve upon all other parties a statement containing a final list of witnesses whom the party intends to call at the arbitration hearing, and a list of exhibits and documentary evidence anticipated to be introduced. The statement shall contain a brief description of the matters about which each witness will be called to testify. Each party shall, simultaneously with the submission of the final list of witnesses described above, make all exhibits and documentary evidence available for inspection and copying by other parties.

      (B)  A party failing to comply with this rule, or failing to comply with any discovery order, may not present at the arbitration hearing a witness or exhibit not previously furnished pursuant to this rule, except with the permission of the arbitrator upon a showing of unforeseen and unusual circumstance.

      (C)  Each party shall furnish to the arbitrator at least 10 days prior to the arbitration hearing copies of any pleadings and other documents contained in the court file which that party deems relevant.

      [Added; effective July 1, 1992; amended effective January 1, 2005.]

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