The COVID-19 crisis has brought on several changes to eviction procedures and landlord-tenant law in Nevada. Tenants filing Answers/Affidavits in Las Vegas can file online here: by choosing 'Summary Eviction: Tenant Answer.' For more up-to-date information on the CDC Freeze on Evictions or the Eviction Mediation Program--click here. For more information related to the Civil Law Self-Help Center's current operations during COVID-19--click here.


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Small Business Legal Advice Project

If you are a small business owner with legal questions regarding the effects of COVID-19 on your business, please visit the Small Business Legal Advice Project. The program pairs small business owners with volunteer attorneys who will answer your legal questions. More information topics covered, eligibility requirements, and process can all be found at the Small Business Legal Advice Project page. 

Legal Aid Center Consumer Hotline

If you have a consumer problem, including but not limited to, problems with a payday loan, debt collection, car purchases, repair contracts, real estate scams, or other general civil issues, please call Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada's Consumer Hotline at (702) 386-1070, ext. 1717 (English), ext. 1730 (Spanish).  A consumer advocate will return your call within 3-5 business days. Click to visit the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada website.