GLVSTRA Sues Clark County and State of Nevada


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AB363 and the most recent Clark County ordinance passed by Clark County officials on June 21, 2022 have only exacerbated the struggle for folks trying to make ends meet through short-term renting on platforms like Airbnb and VRBO.


Regrettably, public officials have ignored our pleas and predicament leaving us with no other alternative but to plead our case to and seek protection from the Courts.


On behalf of private property owners of short-term rentals in Nevada, the Greater Las Vegas Short-Term Rental Association has filed a lawsuit against Clark County, the Clark County Commissioners, and the State of Nevada.



It is our hope, through this action, that our State and local officials work with us in good faith to craft sensible and fair regulations that respect our civil rights and liberties, protect private property ownership, and end regulations that make criminals out of law-abiding citizens and further compound the economic hardship individuals and families are experiencing in Nevada.


Click to read: Press Release Click to read: Copy of Filed Lawsuit


We are accepting donations toward our legal fund here: https://fundly.com/m2/str-legal-fund-1


For media inquiries contact media@glvstra.org



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