Housing and Eviction Defense
Nevada Legal Services represents low income tenants in a variety of housing and eviction matters. Our staff seeks to preserve decent, safe, and affordable housing for low income tenants throughout Nevada. We defend tenants facing eviction, including mobile home park residents, represent subsidized housing tenants to help preserve affordable housing, and provide information to tenants facing habitability problems with the apartment or home. We also seek to prevent homelessness and advocate on behalf of tenants in a wide range of issues that threaten stable housing throughout Nevada. Our Tenant's Rights Center also provides advice and assistance in housing and eviction matters to low income tenants in Clark County.
I received an eviction notice. What do I do?
My landlord received a foreclosure notice. Do I have to move?
My landlord won't return my security deposit. Can I get it back?
I was evicted and could not move out all of my property. What happens now?
My landlord won't fix my sink. What can I do? (And other habitability issues.)
What if my landlord won't fix my air-conditioning, hot water heater, or other essential service?
What if I believe I have been discriminated against by my landlord or when I applied for housing?
I think I live in housing subsidized by the federal government. What are the different types of subsidized housing?
NOTE: The information contained on these pages is for general background information only. If you have a legal question, it is best to consult with an attorney.