Licensed Process Servers

PILB #419, R-2019-03562


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Call or Text Us: 

(702) 518-2235

 

Email: 

LeavittEvictions@gmail.com

 

Office Address (Appointment Required):

633 S. 7th St Las Vegas, NV 89101

 

Kaila Leavitt on LAS VEGAS (KTNV) News Channel 13 discussing the state of evictions.

By: Alyssa Bethencourt, KTNV News Channel 13 Las VegasPosted at 8:07 PM, Aug 27, 2021 https://youtu.be/z3IZ5RsrtMsIn Washington, a divided Supreme Court struck down the CDC's nationwide moratorium on evictions. So how does this impact people in the Las Vegas valley...

Las Vegas Review Journal: New eviction bill seen as compromise but has also drawn criticism

By Subrina Hudson | Las Vegas Review-Journal | June 28, 2021 | (Click Here to View Full Article) Las Vegas resident Gloria Fontanilla listed her rental property in the Providence master-planned community last week as a last-ditch effort to recoup more than $23,000 in...

Las Vegas Housing Market Stats

Las Vegas Housing Market Data Courtesy of Realtor Dan Kipnis | 702-802-0077 | homes@dankipnis.com

Real Estate School – Become a Licensed Real Estate Agent!

Real Estate Agent School   Have you ever dreamed of being a licensed Real Estate Agent? There's no better time than now!   Leavitt Evictions, in partnership with 24/7 Realty School of Nevada, has a special offer just for you!   Get 10% off your tuition with...

How Evictions in Nevada Will Resume (updated June 25, 2020)

Eviction ban is gradually lifting, allowing only certain types of evictions to occur. Read below for more info.

Governor Sisolak announced gradual lift to eviction moratorium, announces rental assistance program

Carson City, NV - June 25, 2020 Today, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed Emergency Directive 025, which will gradually lift the moratorium on evictions. He also strongly urged landlords and tenants to work together and collaborate on repayment plans. “It is just as...

For ‘Eviction Queen’ Kaila Leavitt, clients’ peace of mind is top of mind

Apartment complexes and property managers aren’t the only entities that evict people, says Kaila Leavitt, who launched her own business, Leavitt Evictions Services, this year. “Anyone can be our customer,” she said. “If you let a friend crash in their home for a few...

New Nevada Eviction Laws Effective July 1, 2019

What Are The Changes?Notices must now be served by licensed professionals. Notices can only be served by the following persons: Licensed Process Server, Attorney, Agent of Retained Attorney, Constable or Sheriff. Prior law allowed the landlord themselves...

What Is A 7 Day Pay Or Quit Eviction Notice?

Note: Per Nevada law, effective July 2019: This notice must be posted by a licensed process server, constable, or attorney only. Landlords cannot post these notices themselves.So what is the purpose of this type of eviction notice in Clark County Nevada and how does...

5 Day Eviction Notice to Quit for Unlawful Detainer

For most evictions, including the Clark County evictions, the 5 day eviction notice to quit for unlawful detainer is usually the last step to an eviction. An unlawful detainer notice is usually given when you occupancy of a property as a tenant has been deemed...