Nev. Admin. Code § 624.700 - Allegations against licensees; investigations; authority of Executive Officer
1. Any aggrieved person may file with the Board an allegation against any licensee. The allegation must:
(a) Be written;
(b) Describe the specific allegation; and
(c) Include any documentation related to the allegation.
2. If the Board finds that an investigation is necessary, the Board's staff shall commence the investigation within 10 days after the date the allegation was filed.
3. If it appears from the investigation that a licensee may have violated the provisions of this chapter or chapter 624 of NRS, the Executive Officer may:
(a) Request the licensee to take appropriate corrective action;
(b) Request the licensee to meet informally with the Board's staff and the person who filed the allegation to resolve the issue;
(c) Require the licensee to appear before the Board and show cause why disciplinary action should not be taken against the licensee; and
(d) Take such other actions as the Executive Officer deems appropriate under the circumstances.
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