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Las Vegas Justice Court Order #21-03 Effective April 1, 2021

The order cites the state’s restrictions on gatherings and updates court procedures related to a variety of court procedures, including virtual court sessions and unlawful detainer civil actions.

On April 1, 2021, Chief Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa of the Las Vegas Justice Court (LVJC) the filed an administrative order regarding temporary procedures in civil cases. See Administrative Order #21-03.

The order cites the state’s restrictions on gatherings and updates court procedures related to a variety of court procedures, including virtual court sessions and unlawful detainer civil actions.

Also, per the order, “All departments hearing civil cases, including small claims actions, summary evictions, and civil actions, will continue to maximize virtual court sessions through Bluejeans or telephonic appearances for all counsel, parties, and witnesses, where possible.”

The order includes Bluejeans’ Meeting IDs for the court’s civil departments.

The order is effective April 1, 2021. For more information, see the three-page PDF file available to download from the court’s website at http://www.lasvegasjusticecourt.us/faq/laws_and_rules.php.

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