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NMI has been serving Clark County for over 25 years! My mother started this business in 1990 and is known throughout Las Vegas as the Eviction Queen! I left my job as an accountant for a large law firm and took NMI over when she retired in 2002. We remain a family business! NMI has thrived all these years with only word of mouth advertising, which I think speaks for itself. We offer same day service. We care about you and your property!

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Send us an e-mail now including the tenant’s information and the problem you are having with the tenant. If you’d prefer talking to us, call NMI to speak with any one of our helpful and knowledgeable staff. Our friendly personnel will help you decide what notice is best for you and your situation. Busy schedule? Out of state? Usually, the entire process can be done via e-mail or telephone!

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5-Day Pay or Quit

If your tenant’s rent is due and they haven’t paid or have just paid a partial amount; this is the most expedient Notice to do.

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30-Day Termination of Tenancy

This Notice can be done if your tenant is month-to-month, your tenant’s lease has expired, or if your tenant’s lease will expire within 30 days. This Notice can also be done in conjunction with a 5-day Notice. Ask us how!

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5-Day Lease Violation

Do you have a lease signed by the tenant? Has the tenant violated a specific paragraph of that lease? Let us know how the tenant is violating the lease and what section(s) of the lease apply. We will need a copy of the signed lease.

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24-Hour Notice of Inspection or Repair

If you need to get inside the property for an inspection or for a repair, it is usually required to give written notice. We will need an approximate time (or time window) at least 2 days in the future since we can not predict the precise time the Notice will be posted.

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45-Day Notice of Rental Increase

To give written notice of a rental increase, this must be done at least 45-days before the date that the increase will begin.

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3-Day Nuisance Notice

This Notice can only be used for one or more of the following reasons:

  1. Assigning or subletting the premises contrary to the covenants of the lease;
  2. Committing or permitting waste on the property;
  3. Setting up or carrying on any unlawful business in or on the property;
  4. Suffering, permitting, or maintaining a nuisance on or about the premises consisting of conduct or an ongoing condition which constitutes an unreasonable obstruction to the free use of property and causes injury and damage to other tenants or occupants of that property or adjacent buildings or structures; (NRS 40.2514(4).)
  5. Violating any of the controlled substance laws in NRS 453.011 to 453.552, inclusive, except NRS 453.336, in or on the property, even though the activity does not meet the definition of “nuisance.”

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4-Day Squatter Notice to Surrender

This one is a bit tricky and does NOT apply to an occupant unless they are an unlawful and unauthorized occupant or if there has EVER been a landlord-tenant relationship between the parties.

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3-Day Foreclosure Notice

This notice can be done as the first step in removing a previous owner from the property. We will need a copy of the Recorded Deed.

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60-Day Change of Ownership Notice

This notice can be done as the first step in removing a tenant that either does or does not have a lease with the previous owner. We will need a copy of the Recorded Deed.

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5-Day Tenancy at Will

This notice is for a tenant that is occupying the premises with the consent of the landlord BUT has never paid money and was never required to pay rent. Often, this notice is for guests that have overstayed their welcome and refuse to leave.

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7-Day Termination of Tenancy

This Notice can be done if your tenant is a weekly tenant and your tenant either has a week to week tenancy, their lease has expired or if your tenant’s lease will expire within 7 days. This Notice can also be done in conjunction with a 5-day Notice. Ask us how!

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5-Day Unlawful Detainer

This notice must follow every notice except for 5-day pay or quits and 4-day squatter notices and is the final step before we can file the Summary Eviction.

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Removals for Squatters

If the occupant is indeed a squatter, we may file a Civil Removal on your behalf after the 4-Day Notice to Surrender.

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Summary Evictions

This is the eviction we can file on your behalf after a 5-day Pay or Quit or a 5-Day Unlawful Detainer. A Summary Eviction can get your property back in your possession. It does not get you a monetary judgment. If you want both your property back and a judgment, you must see an attorney to do a Formal Eviction.

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