By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff
Working with Nevada lawmakers, SEMA amended legislation that originally threatened to add abandoned, unregistered, inoperable or junk motor vehicles to the list of items that constitute a public nuisance. Under existing law, counties and cities may remove a public nuisance at the property owner’s expense if, after notice, the property owner does not remove the nuisance. Under the SEMA-drafted amendment, abandoned, inoperable or junk vehicles stored on private property would only require screening from public view. Unregistered vehicles could not be declared a nuisance under the SEMA amendment. After being approved by the Government Affairs Committee, the bill is pending consideration by the entire Nevada State Assembly.
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