Nevada Revised Statutes Section 169.245 - Procedure in Criminal Cases

Bonds and undertakings in criminal actions or proceedings: Approval by clerk.

1. In all criminal actions or proceedings where a bond or other undertaking is required by the provisions of this title or by the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure or the Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure, the bond or undertaking shall be presented to the clerk, of the court in which the action or proceeding is pending, for his approval before being filed or deposited.

2. The clerk of the court may refuse approval of a surety for any bond or other undertaking if a power of attorney-in-fact, which covers the agent whose signature appears on the bond or other undertaking, is not on file with the clerk of the court.

Last modified: February 25, 2006