The Court held that Appellants provided insufficient evidence to show that Respondents had a duty to Appellant or breached their duty to Appellant. The Appellants failed to provide the required expert testimony necessary for a case concerning the professional conduct of a profession whose standards and procedures are not known to the public. Additionally, because the contract between the Appellants and the Respondents did not expressly name the Appellants as third-party beneficiaries, the Appellants do not have standing to request the contract be enforced.
Garrett, Jeff, "Boesiger v. Desert Appraisals, LLC, 135 Nev. Adv. Op. 25 (July 3, 2019)" (2019). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1240.