The Clark County Legal News newspaper is published and printed in both Nye County, Nevada and Clark County, Nevada. It is distributed in hard-copy each Friday.
The Clark County Legal News newspaper has been published and distributed in Nevada since 2002.
It was incorporated in the State of Nevada on April 22, 2002 as the Clark County Legal News.
Although the circulation of the Clark County Legal News newspaper varies slightly from week to week it has been, and will remain, well above the 1000 per week requirement of NRS 80.190.
Per NRS 238.040, the Clark County Legal News newspaper holds and maintains a U.S.P.S. Second-class mailing permit as required for qualification to publish legal notices. (U.S.P.S. permit 022416)
The Clark County Legal News newspaper is available to the public in Clark County, Nevada and Nye County, Nevada through various outlets including Clark County Public Libraries and by mail to subscribers.
For legal purposes and for future reference, all issues of the Clark County Legal News newspapers are also digitized and kept in an off-site secure storage area.
The State of Nevada "entity number" for the Clark County Legal News is: C9945-2002.
The State of Nevada "business identification number" for the Clark County Legal News is: NV20021292583.
The Federal Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and Employee Identification Number (EIN) for the Clark County Legal News is: 74-3042860.
The United States Postal Service ISSN is 1548-3630.
Our mailing address is:
Our eMail address is:
Upon occassion companies send us letters requesting that we complete and return their internal "Supplier Sheets", "Supplier Forms", Supplier Profiles", "Supplier Cards", "Supplier Information Sheets" "Vendor Information", "Vendor Profiles" and the like.
We feel that it is not our job or function to complete the internal paperwork for your company and herein offer information that may be pertinent to your request ...
The Clark County Legal News is/was incorporated under the laws of the State of Nevada as a "for-profit" corporation.
The Clark County Legal News is owned by its stockholders. - As the stockholders hold "bearer shares", we, at any given time do not know if the bearers of the shares are Service Veterans, Service Disabled Veterans, Women, Disabled Women, Minorities, Disadvantaged Minorities, American Indians, Foreign Individuals or Foreign Entities.
The Clark County Legal News does not know (or care) if it is certified in any way by a government entity.
As the Clark County Legal News newspaper is dominant in its field and because the Small Business Act states that a small business concern is "one that is independently owned and operated and which is not dominant in its field of operation" the U.S. Small Business Administration has determined that we are not considered a small business concern.
SBA's statutory authority to determine whether a concern qualifies as a small business rests in the Small Business Act, at 15 U.S.C. 632(a) and 637(b)(6). SBA's Small Business Size Regulations are located at 13 CFR part 121, and the applicable Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) are located at 48 CFR part 19.
Further, upon carefull review of Title 13, Code of Federal Regulations, part 121 (13 CFR part121), we find that due to both employee size regulations and overall annual income standards, we are not considered a large business concern.
The Clark County Legal News was incorporated to "conduct any legitimate business" as shown in our original Articles of Incorporation, and, as the Corporate Charter from the State of Nevada entitles the Clark County Legal News to conduct any legitimate business, and, as the Clark County Legal News does indeed conduct various unrelated businesses, the Clark County Legal News does not have a definite SIC CODE or NAICS CODE other than "OTHER".
At this time, the Clark County Legal News does not know (or care) if it is in compliance with the provisions of the FAR clause entitled "Anti-Kickback Procedures".
At this time, the Clark County Legal News does not know (or care) if it is suspended, debarred or ineligible for entering into contracts with Agencies of the Federal Government. - The Clark County Legal News does not have full knowledge of all of the numerous Federal Agencies. - With new Federal Agencies cropping up every day or two it would be impossible to keep up with all of them.
A current completed W-9 form is available for print-out on our web site.
The Clark County Legal News refuses to sign any statement that threatens its officers or employees with the imposition of a fine, imprisonment, or both.
Upon occasion companies send us requests to sign up for ACH payments. (Automated ClearingHouse transactions)
They ask for our vendor name, bank name, bank physical address, account number, ACH routing number, wire routing number, IBAN number, Swift code, Settlement currency, sort code, and email remittance address.
They explain that by using ACH payment processing, it will:
The problem is that we do not send out invoices. - We have never sent out invoices and do not intend to start sending out invoices now or at any time in the future.
Unfortunately, an ACH payment requires an invoice to begin the process.
If your company would like to pay us quicker, use the debit/credit card form.