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Legal Information: Nevada
33.019. Masters: Appointment; qualifications; powers and duties.
In an action to issue, dissolve, convert, modify, register or enforce a temporary or extended order pursuant to NRS 33.017 to 33.100, inclusive, the court may appoint a master to take testimony and recommend orders.
2. The master must be an attorney licensed to practice in this state.
3. The master shall:
(a) Take testimony and establish a record; and
(b) Make findings of fact, conclusions of law and recommendations concerning a temporary or extended order.
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