The age of consent for marriage is 18 in Nevada so the person performing the ceremony has not legal obligation to notify the parents. Whether a moral or ethical obligation exists is a very different question and the answer is probably no. A faith-based minister would hopefully feel a moral obligation to notify the parents if there was some concern about the true well being of either person. However, if the ceremony took place at one of Las Vegas' many wedding chapels, I wouldn't expect much.
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There is no such duty; an 18 year old is an adult.
*Informing* other parties against the wishes might breach a duty, though.
No. Legal adults.
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