Nevada Revised Statutes Title 32. Revenue and Taxation

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  • Undesignated Legislation
  • Chapter 360. General Provisions
  • Chapter 360A. Administration of Certain Taxes and Fees on Fuels
  • Chapter 360B. Sales and Use Tax Administration
  • Chapter 361. Property Tax
  • Chapter 361A. Taxes on Agricultural Real Property and Open Space
  • Chapter 362. Taxes on Patented Mines and Proceeds of Minerals
  • Chapter 363A. Business Tax:  Financial Institutions and Mining
  • Chapter 363B. Business Tax
  • Chapter 363C. Commerce Tax
  • Chapter 364. License Taxes
  • Chapter 365. Taxes on Certain Fuels for Motor Vehicles and Aircraft
  • Chapter 366. Tax on Special Fuel
  • Chapter 368A. Tax on Live Entertainment
  • Chapter 369. Intoxicating Liquor:  Licenses and Taxes
  • Chapter 370. Tobacco:  Licenses and Taxes;  Supervision of Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
  • Chapter 370A. Manufacturers of Tobacco Products
  • Chapter 371. Governmental Services Tax
  • Chapter 372. Sales and Use Taxes
  • Chapter 372A. Tax on Controlled Substances
  • Chapter 372B. Taxes on Passenger Carriers
  • Chapter 373. County Taxes on Fuel
  • Chapter 374. Local School Support Tax
  • Chapter 374A. Local Tax for Extraordinary Maintenance, Repair or Improvement of School Facilities
  • Chapter 375. Taxes on Transfers of Real Property
  • Chapter 375A. Tax on Estates
  • Chapter 375B. Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax
  • Chapter 376A. Taxes for Development of Open-Space Land
  • Chapter 377. City-County Relief Tax
  • Chapter 377A. Taxes for Miscellaneous Special Purposes
  • Chapter 377B. Tax for Infrastructure
  • Chapter 377C. Tax for School Capital Projects

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