Below are several of the most common laws related to alcohol service in Nevada. You may access the entire Nevada Revised Statute database online. The Nevada legislature meets once every 2 years to ammend the laws.
The laws in Nevada are collectively know as the "Nevada Revised Statutes" (or "NRS" for short). The laws are written by the state legislature who meet every two years to create new laws and amend existing laws. The NRS are divided into chapters based on subject matter.
The NRS are written in a [chapter] . [subchapter] format. For example, NRS chapter 123 subchapter 456 would be written as NRS 123.456.
All alcohol serving establishments located in Nevada are bound by the provisions of several chapters of the NRS. Furthermore, county governments and municipal governments have their own rules and regulations that cover establishments located in their jurisdiction.
An establishment that is located in the unincorporated county is bound by the county rules. An establishment that is located in the incorporated city limits of a municipality (Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson), regardless of county location, is bound by the city rules.
PLEASE CONSULT AN ATTORNEY BEFORE PROVIDING ALCOHOL SERVICE.