Nevada Open Records Act Request Form

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Nevada Open Records Act Form


The Nevada Open Records Act allows anyone to request public records with no statement of purpose. There are no restrictions on how the records may be used. Here is a template for requesting public records in the state of Nevada in compliance with the Open Records Act.

Name of State Act:

Open Records Act

  • Exemptions:

    Over 300 exemptions as listed in the Open Records Act

  • Response Time:

    5 Business Days

  • Restrictions


Frequently Asked Questions about

Nevada Open Records Act Request Form

We have curated some of the most commonly asked questions for you.

What if I want to request documents about a business entity?

If you would like to request documents about a business entity (i.e. articles of organization/incorporation, annual lists, copies of business licenses) from the Commercial Recordings Division, do NOT complete a public records request form.

What can I expect after 5 business days?

After 5 business days, the office will:

  • Allow the requestor to inspect or copy the record, or
  • Notify the requestor that the office does not possess the information and provide the name and address of the entity that does, if know, or
  • Notify the requestor that the information cannot be available within five (5) business days and provide a date and time after which the record will be available to inspect or copy, or 
  • Notify the requestor that the information is confidential and cite the statute or other legal authority to deny the request

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