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Nevada Revised Statute 487.038PRIVATE PROPERTY487.038 Removal of vehicles parked in unauthorized manner on private property: Conditions; notices; liability for costs.
  1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsections 3 and 4 the owner or person in lawful possession of any real property may, after giving notice pursuant to subsection 2, utilize the services of any tow car operator subject to jurisdiction of the public service commission of Nevada to remove any vehicle parked in an unauthorized manner on that property to the nearest public parking garage over storage yard if:
  1. a. A sign is displayed in plain view on the property declaring public parking to be prohibited or restricted in a certain manner: and
  2. b. The sign shows the telephone number of the police department or sheriff's office.
  1. Oral notice must be given to the police department or sheriff's office whichever is appropriate, indication:
  1. The time the vehicle was removed:
  2. The location from which the vehicle was removed: and
  3. The location to which the vehicle was taken.
  1. Any vehicle which is parked in a space designated for the handicapped and is not properly marked for such parking may be removed if notice is given to the police department or sheriff's office pursuant to subsection 2, whether or not a sign is displayed pursuant to subsection 1.
  1. The owner or person in lawful possession of residential real property upon which a single-family dwelling is located may, after giving notice pursuant to subsection 2, utilize the services of any towing car public operator subject to jurisdiction of the public service commission of Nevada to remove any vehicle parked in an unauthorized manner on that property to the nearest public garage or storage yard, whether or not a sign is displayed pursuant to subsection 1.
  1. All costs incurred, under provisions of the section, for towing and storage must be borne by the owner of the vehicle, as that term is detined in NRS 484.091.
  1. The provisions of this section do not limit or affect any rights or remedies which the owner or person in lawful possession of real property may have by virtue of other provisions of the law authorizing the removal of a vehicle parked on the property.
(Added to NRS by 1973, 1110, A 1981, 985; 1995, 1607)REVISER'S NOTE.Ch.494, Sats.1995, the source of subsection 4 of this section, contain the following provision not included in NRS:"

The provisions of this act apply to a vehicle which is towed pursuant to NRS 487.037 or 487.038 on or after October 1, 1995."