Nev. Admin. Code § 637.337 - Review and disposition of complaint

Current through October 13, 2021

1. The Executive Director of the Board:
(a) Shall review each complaint to determine whether the information, alone or taken together with other evidence, documentary or otherwise, is sufficient to require an investigation; and
(b) May cause any complaint to be investigated.
2. The Executive Director may enlist the assistance of a member of the Board in the conduct of an investigation if the Executive Director determines that such assistance is in the best interests of reaching a complete, fair and just determination of the matter.
3. If the Executive Director determines pursuant to an investigation that allegations of one or more violations of the provisions of this chapter or chapter 637 of NRS have been substantiated, the Executive Director shall prepare a charging document in accordance with NRS 622A.300. The charging document may be filed against:
(a) A licensee who is alleged to have violated a provision of this chapter or chapter 637 of NRS;
(b) An unlicensed person who is alleged to have engaged in activities requiring a license pursuant to the provisions of this chapter or chapter 637 of NRS; or
(c) A person who is alleged to have employed a dispensing optician, apprentice dispensing optician or other person in violation of NRS 637.125.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 637.337
Added to NAC by Bd. of Dispensing Opt. by R042-02, eff. 8-29-2002; A by R108-04, 12-1-2004; R073-12, 6-3-2013; A by R137-17AP, eff. 8-30-2018
NRS 637.070

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