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1. As an alternative to provisions of chapter 233B of NRS for contested cases, the Administrator may commence a proceeding under NRS 90.420, 90.510 or 90.550 by entering a summary order. This order may be entered without notice, without opportunity for hearing, and need not be supported by findings of fact or conclusions of law, but must be in writing.
2. Upon entry of summary order the Administrator shall promptly notify in writing all parties against whom action is taken or contemplated that the summary order has been entered and the reasons therefor. The Administrator shall send all parties against whom action is taken a notice of opportunity for hearing on the matters set forth in the order. The notice must state that the parties have 15 days after receipt of the notice to mail a written request for a hearing to the Administrator.
3. The Administrator shall set the matter for hearing no more than 60 nor less than 15 days from the receipt of the request for hearing, and shall promptly notify the parties of the time and place for hearing. The time of the hearing may be continued upon the written request of the licensee for good cause shown.
4. The Administrator may by order make a summary order final:
(a) Fifteen days after a party against whom action is taken or contemplated receives notice of the right to request a hearing if that party fails to request a hearing; or
(b) If a party fails to appear at the hearing on the date set for a hearing.
5. If a hearing is requested, the Administrator may:
(a) Extend the summary order until final determination of the matter; or
(b) After further notice of the opportunity for prior hearing to all parties against whom action is taken or contemplated, modify or vacate the summary order.
6. Notice is complete upon delivery personally to the party or by mailing by certified mail to the last known address of the party. If the party is a sales representative, the Administrator shall also notify the broker-dealer with whom the sales representative is associated of the action by certified mail.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 7. Business Associations; Securities; Commodities § 90.800. Summary order of Administrator; notice and opportunity for hearing; final order - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-7-business-associations-securities-commodities/nv-rev-st-90-800/
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