At the commencement of and during the course of an action, all remedies providing for seizure of person or property for the purpose of securing satisfaction of the judgment ultimately to be entered in the action are available under the circumstances and in the manner provided by the law of the State. The remedies thus available include arrest, attachment, garnishment, replevin, sequestration, and other corresponding or equivalent remedies, however designated.
[As amended; effective January 1, 2005.]
The revision adds a portion of the last sentence from the federal rule to the end of the Nevada rule. The new language lists nonexclusive remedies for seizure of persons or property. Parts of the federal rule that are particular to practice in federal court are omitted.