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Nevada Revised Statutes Title 45. Wildlife § 501.389. Sale, donation or retention of equipment seized as evidence

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1.?Except for property described in NRS 501.3857, equipment:

(a)?Seized as evidence in accordance with NRS 501.375; ?and

(b)?Not recovered by the owner within 1 year after it is no longer needed for evidentiary purposes,

becomes the property of the Department.

2.?The Department may:

(a)?Sell the equipment in accordance with the regulations adopted pursuant to subsection 5 of NRS 333.220;

(b)?Donate equipment that is not dangerous to nonprofit organizations which benefit children;

(c)?Donate equipment that is not dangerous to children from low-income families who attend fishing clinics sponsored by the Department; ?or

(d)?Retain the equipment for authorized use by the Department.

All money received from the sale of equipment must be deposited with the State Treasurer for credit to the Wildlife Account in the State General Fund.

3.?Any person of lawful age and lawfully entitled to reside in the United States may purchase the equipment, whether a prior owner or not.

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