A bill (AB 298) currently awaiting the signature of the Nevada Governor would impose new limits on the terms of consumer vehicle leases and require new disclosures.

Currently, Nevada law on vehicle leasing (NRS Chapter 100) only applies to vehicle leases for business or commercial purposes.  The bill would amend Chapter 100 to cover a “consumer vehicle lease” which would be defined as “a contract in the form of a bailment or lease of a single vehicle by a person for a period of more than 4 months, primarily for personal, family or household purposes, whether or not the lessee has the option to purchase or otherwise become the owner of the vehicle at the expiration of the lease.”… Continue Reading