NRS 156.010 Presentment of petition for appointment of trustee; filing; appointment of day for hearing. If any resident of this State, who owns or is entitled to the possession of any real or personal property situate therein, is missing, or the resident’s whereabouts is unknown, for 90 days or more, and a petition is presented to the district court of the county in which his or her last known residence was located by any member of the resident’s family or any friend, representing that his or her whereabouts has been, for such time, and still is, unknown, and that his or her estate requires attention, supervision and care of ownership, the court shall order such petition to be filed, and appoint a day for its hearing, not less than 10 days from the date of the order.
NRS 156.030 Hearing; appointment of trustee. The court shall hear the evidence offered in support of or in opposition to the petition, and, if satisfied that the allegations thereof are true, and that such person remains missing, and his or her whereabouts unknown, it shall appoint some suitable person as trustee to take charge and possession of such estate and manage and control it under the direction of the court.
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Has he been missing for 90 days?