Nev. Admin. Code § 482A.290 - [Effective until The Date Of The Repeal Of 42 U.S.C. Section 666, The Federal Law Requiring Each State To Establish Procedures For Withholding, Suspending And Restricting The Professional, Occupational And Recreational Licenses For Child Support Arrearages And For Noncompliance With Certain Processes Relating To Paternity Or Child Support Proceedings] Suspension of license for failure to pay child support or comply with certain subpoenas or warrants; reinstatement of license
1. If the Department receives a copy of a court order issued pursuant to NRS NRS 425.540 that provides for the suspension of all professional, occupational and recreational licenses, certificates and permits issued to a person who is the holder of a license issued pursuant to the provisions of NAC 482A.200 to 482A.290, inclusive, the Department will deem the license issued to that person to be suspended at the end of the 30th day after the date on which the court order was issued unless the Department receives a letter issued to the holder of the license by the district attorney or other public agency pursuant to NRS NRS 425.550 stating that the holder of the license has complied with the subpoena or warrant or has satisfied the arrearage pursuant to NRS NRS 425.560.
2. The Department will reinstate a license issued pursuant to the provisions of NAC 482A.200 to 482A.290, inclusive, that has been suspended by a district court pursuant to NRS NRS 425.540 if the Department receives a letter issued by the district attorney or other public agency pursuant to NRS NRS 425.550 to the person whose license was suspended stating that the person whose license was suspended has complied with the subpoena or warrant or has satisfied the arrearage pursuant to NRS NRS 425.560.
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