[Rev. 11/21/2013 3:53:37 PM--2013]

[NAC-217 Revised Date: 9-98]

CHAPTER 217 - AID TO CERTAIN VICTIMS OF CRIME

217.100            Fictitious address for victim of domestic violence: Completion of application; role of organization designated to assist in completion of application.

217.110            Fictitious address for victim of domestic violence: Service of process on participant.

 

 

 

      NAC 217.100  Fictitious address for victim of domestic violence: Completion of application; role of organization designated to assist in completion of application. (NRS 217.471)

     1.  A person who applies for the issuance of a fictitious address pursuant to NRS 217.462 must complete his application with the assistance of an organization whose primary purpose is to assist victims of domestic violence and who has been designated by the secretary of state to assist in the program for the issuance of fictitious addresses.

     2.  The organization must have agreed to:

     (a) Assist the applicant in completing the application;

     (b) Review the contents of the application;

     (c) Advise the secretary of state, in writing, whether it believes specific evidence showing that the applicant has been a victim of domestic violence has been provided in the application; and

     (d) Forward the application to the secretary of state for his approval or disapproval.

     (Added to NAC by Sec’y of State by R231-97, eff. 4-8-98)

      NAC 217.110  Fictitious address for victim of domestic violence: Service of process on participant. (NRS 217.471)

     1.  If the secretary of state accepts service of process for a participant, he will send the process and any associated documents to that participant:

     (a) By certified mail; and

     (b) Within 24 hours after he accepts the service of process.

     2.  As used in this section, “participant” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 217.400.

     (Added to NAC by Sec’y of State by R231-97, eff. 4-8-98)