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CONCLUDING INSTRUCTION; GENERAL VERDICT WITH SPECIAL FINDINGS

During your deliberation, you will have all the exhibits which were admitted into evidence, these written instructions and forms of verdict which have been prepared for your convenience.

In civil actions, three-fourths of the total number of jurors may find and return a verdict. This is a civil action. If your verdict is in favor of the plaintiff, you are directed to make special findings of fact consisting of written answers to the questions in a form that will be given to you. You shall answer the questions in accordance with the directions in the form and all of the instruction so of the court. As soon as six or more of you have agreed upon every answer in the special findings, you must have the verdict and special findings signed and dated by your foreman, and then return with them to this room.

NEV. J.I. 11.06

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