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However, because we conclude that more facts are necessary for us to consider the sufficiency of Woodburn and Wedge's screening measures, we defer ruling on the motion to disqualify and remand this matter to the district court for the limited purpose of conducting an evidentiary ...
... BEFORE DOUGLAS, CJ, PICKERING and HARDESTY, JJ. OPINION. By the Court, DOUGLAS, CJ: In this appeal, we consider whether Nevada's motor vehicle bond statute, NRS 482.345, includes defrauded finance companies as possible claimants under the bond. ...
... the requirements of NRS 40.430 (the one-action rule), "which provides that a creditor can pursue only one action to recover a debt secured by a ... In December 2008, a trustee's sale was held for Stallion Mountain, and CBN purchased the property with a credit bid of $5 million. ...
... decision: (1) under Nevada's Uniform Arbitration Act, he was a "party" to the arbitration proceeding capable of challenging the arbitration decision in district court; (2) the Union effectively assigned to him its rights under the CBA to pursue further dispute resolution; and (3) NRS ...
... The certified question originates in a proceeding before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada to determine the dischargeability of a debt embodied in a Nevada default judgment against respondent Luis Sandoval, the debtor, in favor of Charles 0. Ajuziem ...