Nevada Business Laws
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Since people in Nevada and elsewhere interact with businesses virtually every day -- including their employer, companies from which they purchase goods or services, and other matters -- states have enacted laws to keep businesses honest. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the business laws of Nevada, including information about antitrust laws, statutes prohibiting the use of deceptive trade practices, and limits on the amount of interest a lender may charge without a contract. This section also covers laws pertaining to the employment relationship, including overtime laws and minimum wage. Click on one of the links below to learn more about Nevada business laws.
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