Nev. Admin. Code § 440.060 - Replacement certificates

1. The State Registrar may prepare a replacement certificate.
2. To the extent possible the information on the certificate must be copied directly from the old certificate to the new certificate. If information necessary to complete the replacement certificate is not included on the original certificate, such information may be added by altering or correcting the certificate in the manner prescribed by NAC 440.023 to 440.040, inclusive.
3. Except for the local registrar's signature, the signatures required for the certificate must be typed or entered in conformity with the signatures appearing on the original certificate. The item labeled "Registrar Signature" must be signed by the State Registrar.
4. The original certificate must be retained for permanent filing.
5. The new certificate must be noted as a replacement certificate for an original certificate on file.
6. If the original certificate was issued in a foreign country and written in a language other than English, the replacement certificate must be translated into English and accompanied by an affidavit executed by the translator before a person who is authorized to administer oaths attesting to the accuracy of the translation. The State Registrar shall retain the original certificate and the translation.

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Nev. Admin. Code § 440.060
Bd. of Health, Births and Deaths Art. 12, eff. 7-3-76; A by R066-16A, eff. 11/2/2016; A by R150-18A, eff. 1/30/2019; A by R111-22A, eff. 7/26/2023

NRS 440.120, 440.303

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