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Nevada Revised Statutes Title 2. Civil Practice § 21.060. Execution may issue after death of party

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Notwithstanding the death of a party after the judgment, execution thereon may be issued, in case of the death of the plaintiff, the same as if the plaintiff were living, upon the application of the plaintiff’s executor or administrator, or successor in interest, to the court in which the judgment was rendered;  and in case of the death of the defendant, if the judgment be for the recovery of real or personal property, execution may be issued against such property, in the same manner and with the same effect as if the defendant were still living.

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