Nev. Admin. Code § 704.350 - Termination of service: No prior notice

Current through March 28, 2022

A utility may terminate electric or gas service without prior notice only:

1. If an unsafe or hazardous condition related to electric or gas service is found to exist on the customer's premises;
2. If the use of electric or gas service on the customer's premises is found to be detrimental or damaging to the facilities or services of the utility or its customers;
3. Upon the order of any court or the Commission;
4. If the acts of the customer or the conditions upon the customer's premises are such as to indicate to the utility that the customer intends to defraud it;
5. If the utility has tried diligently to meet the requirements for notice set forth in NAC 704.360 and 704.365 but has not been able to give such a notice;
6. If an event occurs which could not have been reasonably anticipated or controlled and which requires the termination of service;
7. If the location where service is provided has been abandoned;
8. If the customer obtained service without the specific credit authorization of the utility; or
9. If the termination without prior notice is otherwise authorized pursuant to NAC 704.302 to 704.390, inclusive.


Nev. Admin. Code § 704.350
Pub. Service Comm'n, Gen. Order 27 § 3.1, eff. 8-21-81-NAC A 1-5-89; A by Pub. Utilities Comm'n by R198-01, 2-17-2005

NRS 703.025, 704.1835, 704.210

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