When to notify the Secretary of State of Nevada?
Yes, pursuant to law, a sole proprietor or general partnership (NT7) who ceases to do business in the state of Nevada must notify the Secretary of State not less than 10 days prior to the expiration of the State Business License to avoid the fee and penalty associated with failing to file annual lists and paying associated fees.
When do I need to renew my Nevada business license?
No, but if you complete the application/renewal online, the filing is effective immediately. However, a Title 7 entity filing its Initial or Annual List of Officers on an expedited basis will include the State Business License for no additional expedite fee. Am I required to notify the Secretary of State if I close my business?
When do I need to change my address in Nevada?
A change of address form is available on the Forms page. Note: Echeck payments received after 3:00 PM will be processed the next business day. Collection of Supervision fees generates revenue for the State of Nevada and is budgeted into this division funds.
When to send restitution to a victim in Nevada?
T o ensure the Division of Parole & Probation is able to continue sending any restitution payments received, it is imperative that victims notify us of any change of address. A change of address form is available on the Forms page. Note: Echeck payments received after 3:00 PM will be processed the next business day.
How to post a public notice in Nevada?
Public Bodies wishing to post public notices must first register for an account. It is recommended to use your government issued email address. Your name and email address. The type of Government (i.e. State, City, County, K-12, Higher Education, Special Districts).
When to report a car crash in Nevada?
The driver of a vehicle subject to the jurisdiction of the Surface Transportation Board or the Nevada Transportation Authority need not submit in his or her report the information requested pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 484E.120 until the 10th day of the month following the month in which the crash occurred. 5.
When to report a communicable disease to the NRS?
NRS 441A.150 Reporting occurrences of communicable diseases to health authority; reporting drug overdoses to Chief Medical Officer. [Effective January 1, 2020.]
What is Chapter 625 of the Nevada Legislature?
625.610 Stamps, seals and signatures on documents; revision of original plans. 625.611 Plans, maps and specifications submitted to public authority: Contents; stamps and signatures. 625.612 Reports, studies, test results, certifications and calculations submitted to public authority: Stamps and signatures.