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Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

Form 19.  Motion to Dismiss, Presenting Defense of Failure to State a Claim

       The defendant moves the court as follows:

       1. To dismiss the action because the complaint fails to state a claim against defendant upon which relief can be granted.

                                                                      Signed: _____________________________

                                                                                     Attorney for Defendant

                                                                   Address: _____________________________

                                                                  Telephone: _____________________________

Notice of Motion

  To: ____________________

         Attorney for Plaintiff

       Please take notice, that the undersigned will bring the above motion on for hearing before this Court at [specify name and location of court], on the September 24, 2018, at [time set for hearing] or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard.

                                                                   Signed: _____________________________

                                                                                     Attorney for Defendant

                                                                  Address: _____________________________

                                                                  Telephone: _____________________________

      NOTE—The above motion and notice of motion may be combined and denominated Notice of Motion. See Rule 7(b). A motion to quash and not a motion to dismiss must be used to raise defenses (2)-(4), Rule 12(b), to avoid making a general appearance.

       [As amended; effective January 1, 2005.]

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