The Court determined that Nevada law does not recognize implied restrictive covenants based on a common development scheme, and the Court did not adopt the doctrine under these facts. Additionally, the Court held that, unlike common law disclosure requirements, claims arising from the duties of a licensee under NRS Chapter 645 could not be waived. Finally, it held that attorney fees and costs should only be awarded where a claim is without reasonable ground, or to harass the prevailing party.
Cooper, Scott, "Rosenburg Living Trust v. MacDonald Highlands Realty, LLC C/W 70478, 134 Nev. Adv. Op. 69 (Sept. 13, 2018) (en banc)" (2018). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1194.