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Nevada Equal Rights Commission (NERC) charges 10 cents per page for copies of documents over 50 pages. Contact NERC for a price quotation for request documents. Requests for copies must be in writing and must be prepaid. NERC can only accept checks and money order and cannot accept cash, credit or debit cards.
The cost of copies of a transcript of an administrative proceeding is the actual cost of the medium in which the copy of the transcript is provided, plus a fee for each page provided which is equal in amount to the fee per page charged by the court reporter for the copy of the transcript. The Administrator of NERC may waive all or a part of the copy fee upon request. NERC cannot provide copies of documents deemed confidential by NRS 233.190 or by any other state or federal statute.
Contact NERC at:  Grant Sawyer Building 555 E. Washington Ave., Suite 4000, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 486-7161; Fax Z(702) 486-7054
 

NRS 239.052  Fees: Limitations; waiver; posting of sign or notice.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, a governmental entity may charge a fee for providing a copy of a public record. Such a fee must not exceed the actual cost to the governmental entity to provide the copy of the public record unless a specific statute or regulation sets a fee that the governmental entity must charge for the copy. A governmental entity shall not charge a fee for providing a copy of a public record if a specific statute or regulation requires the governmental entity to provide the copy without charge.

      2.  A governmental entity may waive all or a portion of a charge or fee for a copy of a public record if the governmental entity:
      (a) Adopts a written policy to waive all or a portion of a charge or fee for a copy of a public record; and
      (b) Posts, in a conspicuous place at each office in which the governmental entity provides copies of public records, a legible sign or notice that states the terms of the policy.
      3.  A governmental entity shall prepare and maintain a list of the fees that it charges at each office in which the governmental entity provides copies of public records. A governmental entity shall post, in a conspicuous place at each office in which the governmental entity provides copies of public records, a legible sign or notice which states:
      (a) The fee that the governmental entity charges to provide a copy of a public record; or
      (b) The location at which a list of each fee that the governmental entity charges to provide a copy of a public record may be obtained.
      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2384)

NRS 239.053  Additional fee for transcript of administrative proceedings; money remitted to court reporter; posting of sign or notice.
      1.  If a person requests a copy of a transcript of an administrative proceeding that has been transcribed by a certified court reporter, a governmental entity shall charge, in addition to the actual cost of the medium in which the copy of the transcript is provided, a fee for each page provided which is equal in amount to the fee per page charged by the court reporter for the copy of the transcript, as set forth in the contract between the governmental entity and the court reporter. For each page provided, the governmental entity shall remit to the court reporter who transcribed the proceeding an amount equal to the fee per page set forth in the contract between the governmental entity and the court reporter.
      2.  The governmental entity shall post, in a conspicuous place at each office in which the governmental entity provides copies of public records, a legible sign or notice which states that, in addition to the actual cost of the medium in which the copy of the transcript is provided, the fee charged for a copy of each page of the transcript is the fee per page set forth in the contract between the governmental entity and the court reporter.
      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2385)

NRS 239.054  Additional fee for information from geographic information system.
      1.  A fee for the provision of information from a geographic information system may include, in addition to the actual cost of the medium in which the information is provided, the reasonable costs related to:
      (a) The gathering and entry of data into the system;
      (b) Maintenance and updating of the database of the system;
      (c) Hardware;
      (d) Software;
      (e) Quality control; and
      (f) Consultation with personnel of the governmental entity.
      2.  As used in this section, “geographic information system” means a system of hardware, software and data files on which spatially oriented geographical information is digitally collected, stored, managed, manipulated, analyzed and displayed.
      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2385)

NRS 239.055  Additional fee when extraordinary use of personnel or resources is required.
      1.  Except as otherwise provided in
NRS 239.054 regarding information provided from a geographic information system, if a request for a copy of a public record would require a governmental entity to make extraordinary use of its personnel or technological resources, the governmental entity may, in addition to any other fee authorized pursuant to this chapter, charge a fee for such extraordinary use. Upon receiving such a request, the governmental entity shall inform the requester of the amount of the fee before preparing the requested information. The fee charged by the governmental entity must be reasonable and must be based on the cost that the governmental entity actually incurs for the extraordinary use of its personnel or technological resources. The governmental entity shall not charge such a fee if the governmental entity is not required to make extraordinary use of its personnel or technological resources to fulfill additional requests for the same information.

      2.  As used in this section, “technological resources” means any information, information system or information service acquired, developed, operated, maintained or otherwise used by a governmental entity.
      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2384)

NRS 239.070  Use of microfilm by county recorder for recording; Division to provide microfilming or similar service; requirements; sale of duplicate.
      1.  In lieu of or in addition to the method of recording required or allowed by statute, the county recorder may use microfilm for such recording.
      2.  The Division shall provide microfilming service to any local government. The charge for the service must not exceed the actual cost.
      3.  If microfilming is used:
      (a) The microphotographs or micronegative films must be properly indexed and placed in conveniently accessible files.         (b) Each film must be designated and numbered.
      (c) Provision must be made for preserving, examining and using the films.
      4.  A duplicate of each such film must be made and kept safely in a separate place.
      5.  Duplicates of each such film must be made available by the county recorder for sale at a price not exceeding cost upon the request of any person, firm or organization. Subject to the approval of the board of county commissioners, the county recorder may, at any time, make additional duplicates of each such film available for sale to the public at a price not exceeding cost.
      6.  The Division shall provide services for recording other than microfilming to any local government if the Division has the equipment necessary to provide the services. The services provided are subject to the requirements of this section relating to microfilming.

      [3:135:1953]—(NRS A 1961, 393; 1973, 319; 1977, 456; 1979, 179; 1983, 1298; 1985, 464, 1689; 1993, 1538; 1997, 19;

2005, 1086)

PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS

NRS 239.0107  Requests for inspection or copying of public books or records: Actions by governmental entities.
      1.  Not later than the end of the fifth business day after the date on which the person who has legal custody or control of a public book or record of a governmental entity receives a written request from a person to inspect or copy the public book or record, a governmental entity shall do one of the following, as applicable:
      (a) Allow the person to inspect or copy the public book or record.
      (b) If the governmental entity does not have legal custody or control of the public book or record, provide to the person, in writing:
             (1) Notice of that fact; and
             (2) The name and address of the governmental entity that has legal custody or control of the public book or record, if known.
      (c) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (d), if the governmental entity is unable to make the public book or record available by the end of the fifth business day after the date on which the person who has legal custody or control of the public book or record received the request, provide to the person, in writing:
             (1) Notice of that fact; and
             (2) A date and time after which the public book or record will be available for the person to inspect or copy. If the public book or record is not available to the person to inspect or copy by that date and time, the person may inquire regarding the status of the request.
      (d) If the governmental entity must deny the person’s request to inspect or copy the public book or record because the public book or record, or a part thereof, is confidential, provide to the person, in writing:
             (1) Notice of that fact; and
             (2) A citation to the specific statute or other legal authority that makes the public book or record, or a part thereof, confidential.
      2.  The provisions of this section must not be construed to prohibit an oral request to inspect or copy a public book or record.

      (Added to NRS by
2007, 2061)

 


 

                       

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