WHAT IS NRS?
The Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) is the collective name of all the annotated legislation in the Constitution of Nevada. The new revisions were established during the 79th Session of the Congress in 2017 and statutes now consist of 59 titles and 722 chapters that detail laws governing the entire state.
Before they become statutes, laws start off as bills proposed by legislators. They then undergo processes prior to being approved by the legislation. When all is said and done, they are endorsed during a Legislative Session before becoming statutes or codes that are expected to be followed by every citizen and to guide legal proceedings.
The NRS is published by the Legislative Counsel Bureau and is available as a printed book or an online publication. The laws found within the codes of NRS are permanent, at least for a time as it can always be revised every Legislative Session according to legal evaluation and to the needs of the state.
Below are some more important information about the NRS to help you ease up before reading it on its complete form.