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Commission to study water adjudication to be considered

Updated February 23, 2021 - 9:27 pm

The Nevada Supreme Court will hold a public hearing in early March to consider a commission to study the adjudication of water law cases.

A petition was filed by Chief Justice James Hardesty to consider the creation of the commission.

The state’s Supreme Court will host the public hearing 3 p.m. March and it will be available at www.nvcourts.gov/supreme

To in participate in the hearing, go to bluejeans.com. Click on “join meeting,” and enter the meeting ID: 479 664 551 and then enter participant code 1351. Participants can also call in at 408-419-1715 and enter the code and participant number on their phone’s keypad.

View and download the order on the Nevada Supreme Court’s website at: https://nvcourts.gov/Supreme/Decisions/Administrative_Orders/

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