A Nevada supersedeas bond, unless waived by the court holding appellate jurisdiction is required to stay enforcement of a civil judgment. The surety bond (stipulation) is addressed under the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 6 (b), "Relief may be conditioned upon the filing of a bond or other appropriate security in the tribal court. If security is given in the form of a bond or stipulation or other undertaking with one or more sureties, each surety submits himself to the jurisdiction of the tribal court and irrevocably appoints the clerk of the tribal court as his agent upon whom any papers affecting his liability on the bond or undertaking may be served. His liability may be enforced on motion in the tribal court without the necessity of an independent action." A formal motion must be made of the Court to approve the Nevada supersedeas bond upon which the Court may issue an order suspending, modifying, restoring or granting an injunction on collection or stay during the pendency of the appeal.
NRCP 62 previously addressed stays on proceedings to enforce civil judgments from district courts however Rules 72 to 76A (regarding bonds), were abrogated and replaced by Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure, effective July 1, 1973.
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