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    Parts of Short-Term Rental Ordinance Ruled Unconstitutional

    A Clark County, Nev., District Court judge has ruled that portions of a county ordinance regulating short-term rentals are unconstitutional. The rules in question include signing the business license application under penalty of perjury, inspections with little or no notice, vague definitions of what constitutes a “party” or a disturbance, and the issuance of “discretionary fines and penalties.” Judge Jessica Peterson wrote in her ruling, "The court specifically finds that certain provisions within the ordinance are unconstitutionally vague and overbroad and fail to provide notice sufficient to enable a person of ordinary intelligence to understand what conduct is prohibited.”

    Las Vegas Review-Journal (02/21/23) Ricardo Torres-Cortez

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