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Nevada Revised Statutes Title 18. State Executive Department § 226.570. Duties

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The Student Loan Ombudsman shall:

1. Receive, review and attempt to resolve any complaint from a student loan borrower, including, without limitation, attempting to resolve such a complaint in collaboration with an institution of higher education, a student loan servicer and any other person who participates in providing a student education loan.

2. Compile and analyze data on complaints as described in subsection 1.

3. Assist student loan borrowers to understand their rights and responsibilities under the terms of student education loans.

4. Provide information to the public, governmental agencies and the Legislature regarding the problems and concerns of student loan borrowers and make recommendations for resolving those problems and concerns.

5. Analyze and monitor the development and implementation of federal, state and local laws, regulations and policies relating to student loan borrowers and recommend any changes the Student Loan Ombudsman deems necessary.

6. Review the complete history of any student education loan for any student loan borrower who has provided written consent for such a review.

7. Disseminate information concerning the availability of the Student Loan Ombudsman to assist student loan borrowers, potential student loan borrowers, institutions of higher education, student loan servicers and any other persons who participate in providing a student education loan, with any concerns relating to student loan servicing.

8. Take any other actions necessary to fulfill the duties of the Student Loan Ombudsman as set forth in this section.

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