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The NV Common Interest Property Act does not provide such an exemption, which actually is provided for in the CA HOA
laws. If you live in a common interest property in NV, the bylaws and covenants of the association govern the use of the property within the association and there is no exception in the NV Revised Statutes regarding exemptions for residential in home care facilities within the HOA.
In fact, see NRS 116.083, which states “Residential use” means use as a dwelling or for personal, family or household purposes by ordinary customers, whether rented to particular persons or not. Such uses include marina boat slips, piers, stable or agricultural stalls or pens, campground spaces or plots, parking spaces or garage spaces, storage spaces or lockers and garden plots for individual use, but do not include spaces or units primarily used to derive commercial income from, or provide service to, the public.
This statute is what would allow the HOA to deny such a use in their area.