Nev. Admin. Code § 108.110 - Lien sale of vehicle: Duties upon sale; form and contents of required documentation
1. Except for a lien sale to a licensed wrecker, when a vehicle is sold as a result of a lien, the lien claimant shall:
(a) Collect from the buyer of the vehicle:
(1) The fee set forth in NRS 482.429 for a certificate of title for a vehicle registered in this State;
(2) Any fees associated with a lien sale affidavit; and
(3) Any applicable taxes pursuant to NRS 372.105 to 372.180, inclusive;
(b) Give to the buyer of the vehicle a lien sale registration certificate to be submitted by the buyer at the time of the registration of the vehicle; and
(c) Within 30 days after the lien sale of the vehicle, submit to the Department:
(1) A completed lien sale affidavit;
(2) A copy of the notice of a lien required pursuant to NRS 108.272;
(3) The fees and taxes collected pursuant to paragraph (a); and
(4) Any other required documents relating to the lien sale of the vehicle.
2. A lien sale affidavit and lien sale registration certificate must be on a form prescribed by the Department and must include, without limitation:
(a) A description of the vehicle, including, without limitation:
(1) Whether the vehicle meets any of the definitions set forth in NRS 482.098, 482.100, 487.740, 487.760, 487.770 or 487.790; and
(2) Whether the vehicle has sustained damage to more than 50 percent of the vehicle's exterior due to accident, flood or fire;
(b) The name and address of the lien claimant;
(c) The name and address of the buyer of the vehicle; and
(d) The name and address of any party with a security interest in the vehicle at the time of the lien sale.
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