(Added to NRS by 1991, 111) A record must be kept of all proceedings. (Added to NRS by 1991, 111) Parties aggrieved by the decision in a proceeding are entitled to judicial review in district court in the same manner that decisions of state agencies are reviewed pursuant to chapter 233B of NRS. A national collegiate athletic association shall not impose a sanction on any institution located in this state, its employees, student athletes, students or boosters, for a violation of the rules of the association, or impose a sanction on an institution located in this state or its athletic conference for failure of the institution to impose sanctions on its employees, student athletes, students or boosters, unless the association complies with the minimum procedural standards set forth in NRS 398.155 to 398.255, inclusive. Any finding of a violation by a national collegiate athletic association must be based upon and supported by a preponderance of evidence that: (a) Is of the type commonly relied upon by reasonable and prudent persons in the conduct of their affairs; and (b) Has been submitted and received in a hearing held and conducted in conformance with the provisions of NRS 398.155 to 398.255, inclusive. Any penalty or sanction imposed by a national collegiate athletic association must be reasonable in light of the nature and gravity of the violation and must be consistent with penalties and sanctions previously imposed by the national collegiate athletic association upon other member institutions for violations of similar nature and gravity.
(Added to NRS by 1991, 111; A 1997, 1614) A national collegiate athletic association shall not: 1.
The notice must include: (a) A statement of the time, place and nature of the proceeding; (b) A reference to the particular rules governing the proceeding; and (c) A short and plain statement of the violations alleged and the facts underlying the allegations. A party to a proceeding may be represented by counsel, is entitled to confront and respond to all witnesses and evidence related to the allegations against the party and may call witnesses on his or her own behalf. At least 30 days before any proceeding, all parties to a proceeding shall provide to all other parties all affidavits or other evidence to be introduced at the proceeding. All written statements introduced as evidence at a proceeding must be notarized and signed under oath by the person making the statement. Informal disposition may be made of any proceeding by stipulation, settlement or default. (Added to NRS by 1991, 111) A decision must be rendered a reasonable time after the conclusion of a proceeding.
If an informal disposition is made, the parties to the proceeding may waive the requirements of findings of fact and a decision. The decision and the findings of fact must be based on substantial evidence in the record, and must be supported by a preponderance of such evidence.
NRS 398.460 Issuance of certificate of registration; grounds for denial by Secretary of State.
NRS 398.456 Submission of application by person who holds registration or licensure in another state.
The term does not include a spouse, parent, sibling, grandparent or guardian of the student athlete or a natural person acting solely on behalf of a professional sports team or sports organization.
(Added to NRS by 2003, 2124; A 2007, 2102) As used in NRS 398.400 to 398.620, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 398.408 to 398.446, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections.
NRS 398.403 Confidentiality of information obtained in connection with application or investigation; exceptions; effect on privilege. Contracts of Agency NRS 398.482 Required contents of contract; contract void if does not contain required warning; athletes agent required to give record of contract to student athlete.
NRS 398.464 Renewal of registration; period for which initial certificate and renewal are valid.
NRS 398.484 Athletes agent and student athlete required to give notice of entering into contract.
NRS 398.488 Cancellation of contract by student athlete.