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In this article, we have summarized important Nebraska Landlord Tenant Laws.
The following laws are derived from Nebraska’s official state statutes.
Suits must be filed in the district court in the county which either spouse lives at the time of filing or where the spouse being filed against can be served.
There is a mandatory 60-day waiting period for a divorce in Nebraska that begins on the day the defendant is determined to have been given legal notice of the divorce.
are hereby fully empowered and authorized to (a) examine such records, and make memoranda, copies using their own copying or photocopying equipment . It was also amended in 2000 to provide for an express right for citizens and interested persons to obtain copies of public records. Under this statute, it was intended that all public records of the state, its counties, and its other political subdivisions should be open to inspection, except where the Legislature has otherwise provided that the record shall be confidential. This is not legal advice as laws change all the time. Please check with the department of insurance for the most recent updates. For any information concerning this article or anything related to our services, please visit our website at American Apartment Owners Association.The Nebraska Public Records Statutes provide citizens of this state and all other interested persons the right to obtain access to, and copies of, public records in the custody of public agencies in the state. To receive a letter authorizing the issuance of the appropriate driving document, you must submit the following requirements online or the requirements can be mailed/hand delivered to the Department of Motor Vehicles, 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, NE 68509-4877 (do not take requirements to your local Driver License Exam Station): The court would need to order a driver to install an ignition interlock device of a type approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles as a condition of their conviction for an alcohol violation.