The Nevada Open Records Act allows anyone to request public records with no statement of purpose. There are no restrictions on how the records may be used. Here is a template for requesting public records in the state of Nevada in compliance with the Open Records Act.
Name of State Act:
Open Records Act
Over 300 exemptions as listed in the Open Records Act
5 Business Days
We have curated some of the most commonly asked questions for you.
What if I want to request documents about a business entity?
If you would like to request documents about a business entity (i.e. articles of organization/incorporation, annual lists, copies of business licenses) from the Commercial Recordings Division, do NOT complete a public records request form.
What can I expect after 5 business days?
After 5 business days, the office will:
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