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Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

Rule 64. Seizing a Person or Property

(a)     Remedies—In General. At the commencement of and throughout an action, every remedy is available that, under state law, provides for seizing a person or property to secure satisfaction of the potential judgment.

(b)     Specific Kinds of Remedies. The remedies available under this rule include the following:

(1)      arrest;

(2)      attachment;

(3)      garnishment;

(4)      replevin;

(5)      sequestration; and

(6)      other corresponding or equivalent remedies.

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