Official Form 2. Rule 4.1 Waiver of Service of Summons

Form 2.  Rule 4.1 Waiver of Service of Summons

(Attorney or Plaintiff Information)


Waiver of Service of Summons under Rule 4.1 of the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure

To (name the plaintiff’s attorney or the self-represented plaintiff):

I have received your request to waive service of a summons in this lawsuit along with a copy of the complaint, two copies of this waiver form, and a prepaid means of returning one signed copy of the form to you.

I, or the entity I represent, agree to save the expense of serving a summons and complaint in this lawsuit.

I understand that I, or the entity I represent, will keep all defenses or objections to the lawsuit, the court’s jurisdiction, and the venue of the lawsuit, but that I waive any objections to the absence of a summons or of service.

I also understand that I, or the entity I represent, must file and serve an answer or a motion under Rule 12 of the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure within 60 days from _____________________, the date when this request was sent (or 90 days if it was sent outside the United States). If I fail to do so, a default judgment will be entered against me or the entity I represent.

Date: _____________________________



(Signature of the attorney or unrepresented party)



(Printed name)




(Email address)


(Telephone number)

      [Added; effective March 1, 2019.]

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