The SoL on breach of a written contract in NV is 6 years from the date of breach, which probably means when the last rent payment was due and not paid.
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Generally, for a written contract, a party may sue for breach within six years from the date of the breach. NRS 11.190(1)(b). Even if a tenant was evicted in a summary eviction proceeding, the landlord can initiate a separate action later to recover damages. G.C. Wallace, Inc. v. Eighth Judicial District Court, 127 Nev. Adv. Op. 64, 262 P.3d 1135 (2011).
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7 years from the last date of your last payment to them if they got a judgment. If there is not judgement then 6 years. They can renew the judgment every 7 years to allow it to continue. If they have no judgment, they may have no case. The SL starts to run from the day of notice of the breach of the contract. Good Lluck!!
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