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LPS has been providing the cities of Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, and surrounding townships with quality assistance of Summary Eviction services since 1982. Our trained staff is able to provide assistance in compliance with the “summary eviction” protocols which include drafting of notice, to service of process and the final step, lock out. When a client chooses LPS Eviction Service, they are choosing a timely and convenient service.



What to know

In Nevada, there are two processes a landlord has to choose from when evicting a tenant, 1) the “summary” eviction process; and 2) the “formal” eviction process. LPS staff is knowledgeable in providing assistance and guidance through the “summary” eviction process which is the most common and most frequently used procedure.


Summary Eviction Process

All eviction proceedings “must” begin with the service of a notice. After service of the notice, the tenant has a mandatory period of time to comply with the notice or file an answer/affidavit with the court to dispute the notice. If the tenant does not comply with the notice and/or file an answer, then the landlord can proceed to “lock-out.”

Types of Summary Eviction Notices

Summary eviction notices fall in two categories: 1) non-payment of rent; or 2) for reasons other than non-payment of rent. Below are descriptions of the more common types of notices utilized with “summary evictions”.

Notices For Non-Payment of Rent - It is important that landlords be knowledgeable of what constitutes “rent” and the fees that can be included in a Five-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Surrender Premises. In order to clarify this, it is important that the meaning of “rent” be defined:


Five (5) Day Notice to Pay Rent or Surrender Premises (5 Day Pay or Quit) NRS 40.253– If seeking a “summary eviction” for reason of non-payment of rent, NRS 40.253 dictates that a tenant be served with this notice also referred to as a “5 Day Pay or Quit Notice”.


Notices for the Alternative: Violations of Lease Agreements/Nuisance

(These types of notices all require the service of 2nd Five Day Unlawful Detainer Notice)

Five Day Notice for Violation of Lease Agreement or Quit (NRS 40.2516) – This notice is chosen by landlords who wish to evict a tenant that has violated the lease agreement in a manner other than a nuisance.


Three (3) Day Notice to Quit For Nuisance, Waste, Assignment/Subletting, Unlawful Business, or Drug Violation – This notice is used for a reason other than non-payment of rent. Nevada law (NRS 40.2514) allows a landlord to serve/have served a 3 Day Notice to a tenant for reasons of nuisance. Notice for reasons considered to be a nuisance, require a written reason and/or description of the alleged nuisance.

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Thirty (30) Day Notice to Surrender Premises- This type of notice is used to evict a tenant by landlord who desires the leased property back for any reason. This notice pertains to tenants who do not have a lease as well as tenants still living on the property after the lease has expired. Important: This notice cannot be served if the lease agreement is still in effect.


Five (5) Day Unlawful Detainer Notice – This is a mandatory 2nd notice that must be served under Summary Eviction protocols when evicting a tenant for a reason other than non-payment of rent. The Five (5) Day Unlawful Detainer Notice is to notify the tenant(s) that are in violation of the first notice served to them and the Eviction will be the next step if they do not comply.
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