Under Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 107.090(3)(b), a copy of a notice of default is required to be provided to “each . . . person with an interest whose interest or claimed interest is subordinate to the deed of trust.” Thus, a copy of a notice of default would be delivered to a subordinate lienholder, upon default of a superior lien.
Despite this, Ibid. § 107.090(2) also authorizes the following:
“A person with an interest or any other person who is or may be held liable for any debt secured by a lien on the property desiring a copy of a notice of default or notice of sale under a deed of trust with power of sale upon real property may at any time after recordation of the deed of trust record in the office of the county recorder of the county in which any part of the real property is situated an acknowledged request for a copy of the notice of default or of sale. The request must state the name and address of the person requesting copies of the notices and identify the deed of trust by stating the names of the parties thereto, the date of recordation, and the book and page where it is recorded.”
For clients who wish to record a request for a notice of default or sale pursuant to this subsection, we will be providing “NV Request for Notice of Default and Sale” (Cx22821) as a new “upon request” document, which clients may have assigned to their accounts. Once requested, this document will print by default under the following conditions:
- Document Package Type = Closing
- Lien Position = Other
- Lien Position = SecondLien
- State Code = Nevada
This document is available immediately. If you have any questions or concerns about this document, please contact Client Support at 1.800.497.3584.