USA Statutes : nevada
Title : Title 02 - CIVIL PRACTICE
Chapter : CHAPTER 15 - PLEADINGS, MOTIONS AND ORDERS
1. In all cases of the verification of a pleading, the affidavit
of the party shall state that the same is true of his own knowledge,
except as to the matters which are therein stated on his information and
belief, and as to those matters that he believes it to be true. And where
a pleading is verified, it shall be by the affidavit of the party, unless
he be absent from the county where the attorneys reside, or from some
cause unable to verify it, or the facts are within the knowledge of his
attorney or other person verifying the same.
2. When the pleading is verified by the attorney, or any other
person except the party, he shall set forth in the affidavit the reasons
why it is not made by the party.
3. When a corporation is a party, the verification may be made by
any officer thereof; or when the State, or any officer thereof in its
behalf, is a party, the verification may be made by any person acquainted
with the facts; except that in actions prosecuted by the Attorney
General, in behalf of the State, the pleadings need not, in any case, be
4. In all cases where, by the foregoing provisions, the
verification may be made by the attorney, such verification may be by him
made on information and belief if the facts are not within his knowledge.
5. The affidavit may be in substantially the following form and
need not be subscribed before a notary public:
Under penalties of perjury, the undersigned declares that he is the
................................ (plaintiff, defendant) named in the
foregoing ................................ (complaint, answer) and knows
the contents thereof; that the pleading is true of his own knowledge,
except as to those matters stated on information and belief, and that as
to such matters he believes it to be true.
[1911 CPA § 122; A 1939, 20; 1931 NCL § 8620]—(NRS A 1969, 180)
When a notice of a motion is given, or an order to show cause is made
returnable before a judge out of court, and at the time fixed for the
motion, or, on the return day of the order, the judge is unable to hear
the parties, the matter may be transferred by his order to some other
judge before whom it might originally have been brought.
[1911 CPA § 423; RL § 5365; NCL § 8912]
order for the payment of a sum of money is made by a court, it may be
enforced by execution in the same manner as if it were a judgment.
[1911 CPA § 424; RL § 5366; NCL § 8913]
An order made out of court without notice to the adverse
party, may be vacated or modified without notice by the judge who made
it, but such proceeding must be limited to the same record upon which the
order was made, or such order may be vacated or modified on notice, in
the manner in which others motions are made.
[1911 CPA § 424.01; added 1937, 26; 1931 NCL § 8913.01]