The Nevada Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s decision in part to clarify the language of NRS 690C.150 to define “provider” in a sale service contract to be an obligor in the contracts, as stated by NRS 690C.070. In the current case, the seller was not an obligor; thus, the seller was not a provider and was not required to hold a certificate of registration. The Court remanded the case in part due to the hearing officer’s misinterpretation of the statute. Additionally, the Court held that the hearing officer deprived the appellant’s due process rights by ruling on unnoticed allegations without factual support in the original and amended complaint.
Antebi, Wendy, "Home Warranty Adm’r v. State Dep’t of Bus., 137 Nev. Adv. Op. 5 (March 4, 2021)" (2021). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1390.