Eighth Judicial Court Rules

Rule 7.50 – Stipulations to be in writing or to be entered in court minutes.

Rule 7.50. Stipulations to be in writing or to be entered in court minutes.

  • No agreement or stipulation between the parties or their attorneys will be effective unless the same shall, by consent, be entered in the minutes in the form of an order, or unless the same is in writing subscribed by the party against whom the same shall be alleged, or by the party’s attorney.

    Cases

    Lehrer McGovern Bovis, Inc. v. Bullock Insulation, Inc., 124 Nev. Adv. Rep., 92, 197 P.3d 1032, 1042 (Nev. 2008)