Nev. Admin. Code § 671.075 - Maintenance of separate custodial or trust account and related records

1. Every licensee shall at all times maintain a separate custodial or trust account in a bank or credit union in which must be deposited all money collected by the licensee. The account must be maintained in a bank or credit union located in this State and bear some title sufficient to distinguish it from the licensee's personal or general checking account and to designate it as a trust account, such as "customer's trust fund account." The account must at all times contain sufficient money to pay all money due or owing to all customers, and no disbursement may be made from the account except to customers or to pay costs advanced for those customers, except that a licensee may periodically withdraw from the account such money as may accrue to the licensee from collections deposited or from adjustments resulting from costs advanced and payments made directly to customers.
2. Every licensee maintaining a separate custodial or trust account shall keep a record of all money deposited in the account, which must indicate clearly the date and from whom the money was received, the date deposited, the dates of withdrawals and other pertinent information concerning the transaction, and which must show clearly for whose account the money is deposited and to whom the money belongs. The records and money are subject to inspection by the Commissioner or an authorized representative of the Commissioner. The records must be maintained at the premises in this State at which the licensee is authorized to conduct business.
3. The licensee shall reconcile each custodial or trust account established pursuant to subsection 1 on a monthly basis.
4. If the Commissioner finds that a licensee's records are not maintained pursuant to subsections 2 and 3, the Commissioner may require the licensee to deliver an audited financial statement prepared from the records of the licensee by a certified public accountant who holds a certificate to engage in the practice of public accounting in this State. The statement must be submitted within 60 days after the Commissioner requests it. The Commissioner may grant a reasonable extension for the submission of the financial statement if an extension is requested before the statement is due.
5. If money in a custodial or trust account of a licensee becomes presumed abandoned pursuant to NRS 120A.500, the licensee shall comply with the provisions of chapter 120A of NRS with respect to the money.

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Nev. Admin. Code § 671.075
Added to NAC by Comm'r of Financial Institutions by R137-08, eff. 10-15-2010

NRS 671.030

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