Nev. Admin. Code § 624.7279 - Representation of parties; rules of conduct; provision of information to attorney; withdrawal of attorney; consideration of evidence or exhibits

1. Any party who appears at a hearing may represent himself or herself or may be represented by an attorney licensed to practice law in this State.
2. Each person who appears at a hearing shall comply with the standards of ethical and courteous conduct required in the courts of this State. If a person fails to comply with those standards of conduct, the Board may:
(a) Exclude the person or the person's representative from the hearing; or
(b) Terminate the hearing.
3. If a party is represented by an attorney, upon reasonable demand the Board will provide to the attorney any notice, document or other paper that the Board is required to provide to the party.
4. An attorney may withdraw from representing a party if the attorney provides written notice of his or her withdrawal to the Board and the party whom he or she represented.
5. The Board or its designee may refuse to consider any documentary evidence or exhibit presented by a party at a hearing if the evidence or exhibit was not reasonably provided to an opposing party. Documentary evidence provided 10 or more days before the date of the hearing is presumed to have been reasonably provided.


Nev. Admin. Code § 624.7279
Added to NAC by Contractors' Bd. by R014-02, eff. 7-2-2002; A by R190-03, 1-22-2004; A by R014-19A, eff. 5/21/2020
NRS 624.100

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