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1. There is hereby created a revolving account for the Bureau of Consumer Protection in the sum of $7,500, which must be used for the payment of expenses relating to conducting an undercover investigation of a person who is allegedly engaging in a deceptive trade practice or violating any provision of NRS 487.6871 to 487.6897, inclusive.
2. The Consumer's Advocate shall deposit the money in the revolving account in a bank or credit union qualified to receive deposits of public money as provided by law, and the deposit must be secured by a depository bond satisfactory to the State Board of Examiners.
3. The Consumer's Advocate or his or her designee may:
(a) Sign all checks drawn upon the revolving account; and
(b) Make withdrawals of cash from the revolving account.
4. Payments made from the revolving account must be promptly reimbursed from the legislative appropriation, if any, to the Consumer's Advocate for the expenses relating to conducting an undercover investigation of a person who is allegedly engaging in a deceptive trade practice or violating any provision of NRS 487.6871 to 487.6897, inclusive. The claim for reimbursement must be processed and paid as other claims against the State are paid.
5. The Consumer's Advocate shall:
(a) Approve any disbursement from the revolving account; and
(b) Maintain records of any such disbursement.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 18. State Executive Department § 228.355. Revolving account: Use for payment of expenses relating to certain undercover investigations; powers and duties of Consumer’s Advocate - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-18-state-executive-department/nv-rev-st-228-355/
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