Nev. R. App. P. 10

As amended through June 26, 2024
Rule 10 - The Record
(a) The Trial Court Record. The trial court record consists of the papers and exhibits filed in the district court, the transcript of the proceedings, if any, the district court minutes, and the docket entries made by the district court clerk.
(1) Retention of Record. The district court clerk shall retain the trial court record. When the court deems it necessary to review the trial court record, the district court clerk shall assemble and transmit the portions of the record designated by the clerk of the Supreme Court in accordance with the provisions of Rule 11. Any costs associated with the preparation and transmission of the record shall be paid initially by the appellant, unless otherwise ordered.
(b) The Record on Appeal.
(1) The Appendix. For the purposes of appeal, the parties shall submit to the clerk of the Supreme Court copies of the portions of the trial court record to be used on appeal, including all transcripts necessary to the Supreme Court's or Court of Appeals' review, as appendices to their briefs. Under Rule 30(a), a joint appendix is preferred. This Rule does not apply to pro se parties. The Supreme Court or Court of Appeals will determine whether its review of the complete record is necessary in a pro se appeal and direct the district court clerk to transmit the record as provided in Rule 11(a)(2).
(2) Exhibits. If exhibits cannot be copied to be included in the appendix, the parties may request transmittal of the original exhibits to the clerk of the Supreme Court under Rule 30(d).
(c) Correction or Modification of the Record. If any difference arises about whether the trial court record truly discloses what occurred in the district court, the difference shall be submitted to and settled by that court and the record conformed accordingly. Questions as to the form and content of the appellate court record shall be presented to the clerk.

Nev. R. App. P. 10

Added; effective September 1, 1996; as amended; effective 10/1/2015.