1. For the purpose of discovering violations of chapters 657 to 671, inclusive, of
NRS or of securing information required under this chapter, the Commissioner or the
Commissioner’s duly authorized representatives may at any time investigate the business
and examine the books, accounts, papers and records used therein of:
(a) Any licensee;
(b) Any other person engaged in an activity for which a license is required pursuant
to the provisions of this chapter; and
(c) Any person that the Commissioner has reasonable cause to believe is violating
or is about to violate any provision of this chapter, whether or not the person claims
to be within the authority or beyond the scope of this chapter.
2. For the purpose of examination, the Commissioner or the Commissioner’s authorized
representatives must have and be given free access to the offices and places of business,
files, safes and vaults of such persons.
3. The Commissioner may require the attendance of any person and examine the person
under oath regarding:
(a) Any transaction or business regulated pursuant to the provisions of this chapter;
(b) The subject matter of any audit, examination, investigation or hearing.
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