The Court found that (1) strict compliance with contract notice requirements is unnecessary if the defaulting party receives actual notice and no prejudice resulted from failure to comply strictly with the contract terms; and (2) a party is not necessary under NRCP 19 unless the other parties to the litigation cannot obtain complete relief in that party’s absence.
Coonan, Ben, "Rose, LLC., v. Treasure Island, LLC., 135 Nev. Adv. Op. 19 (Jun. 6, 2019)" (2019). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1238.