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    Clark County Amends Short-Term Rental Ordinance

    Clark County, Nev., commissioners voted on April 4 to amend upcoming short-term rental regulations that a court previously ruled to be vague and unconstitutional. While District Court Judge Jessica Peterson issued a preliminary injunction in favor of the Greater Las Vegas Short-Term Rental Association, she did not declare the entire ordinance unconstitutional. That prompted Clark County to move forward with the business licensing process and it oversaw a lottery last week that ranked prospective short-term renters to determine the order in which the applications will be considered. The association said the lottery wasn’t needed because strict regulations had already dissuaded many prospective renters from participating. It recently petitioned the Nevada Supreme Court to rule on the case.

    Las Vegas Review-Journal (04/04/23) Ricardo Torres-Cortez

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