Certificate of marriage: Recording; loss or destruction before recording; replacement certificate; fees
1. Each person who solemnizes a marriage shall make a record of it and, within 10 days after the marriage, shall deliver to:
(a) If the board of county commissioners has adopted an ordinance pursuant to NRS 246.100, the county clerk of the county where the license was issued a copy of the certificate of marriage required by NRS 122.120.
(b) If the board of county commissioners has not adopted an ordinance pursuant to NRS 246.100, the county recorder of the county where the license was issued a copy of the certificate of marriage required by NRS 122.120.
2. If the copy of the certificate of marriage that is held by the person who solemnizes the marriage is lost or destroyed before it is delivered pursuant to subsection 1, the county clerk may charge and collect from the person who solemnizes the marriage a fee of not more than $15 for the preparation of an affidavit of loss or destruction and the issuance of a replacement certificate. All fees collected by the county clerk pursuant to this subsection must be deposited in the county general fund.
3. All copies of certificates must be recorded by the county recorder or filed by the county clerk in a book to be kept by him or her for that purpose. For recording or filing the copies, the county recorder or county clerk is entitled to the fees designated in subsection 2 of NRS 122.060 and subsection 3 of NRS 122.135. All such fees must be deposited in the county general fund.
[8:33:1861; A 1899, 47; C § 488; RL § 2344; NCL § 4056] + [9:33:1861; A 1899, 47; C § 489; RL § 2345; NCL § 4057]?(NRS A 1965, 1253; 1967, 1110; 1969, 764, 1462; 1977, 470; 1983, 348; 1987, 1423; 1999, 1323; 2007, 888)
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