Can I file an Intervention Affidavit because I am being threatened or harassed?
NRS 116.31184 - A community manager, an agent or employee of the community manager, a member of the executive board, an officer, employee or agent of an association, a unit’s owner or a guest or tenant of a unit’s owner shall not willfully and without legal authority threaten, harass or otherwise engage in a course of conduct against any other person who is the community manager of his or her common-interest community or an agent or employee of that community manager, a member of the executive board of his or her association, an officer, employee or agent of his or her association, another unit’s owner in his or her common-interest community or a guest or tenant of a unit’s owner in his or her common-interest community which:
(a) Causes harm or serious emotional distress, or the reasonable apprehension thereof, to that person; or
(b) Creates a hostile environment for that person.
A person who violates this provision is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Although this statute is included in this chapter of law, it is not enforceable by the Division because the person who violates it is guilty of a misdemeanor, and a misdemeanor would need to be determined in court by a judge.