Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 193.021
Nevada Revised Statutes AnnotatedTitle 15. Crimes and Punishments.
Chapter 193. General Provisions.
193.014. “Dwelling house” defined.
“Dwelling house” includes every building or structure which has been usually occupied by a person lodging therein at night, and whenever it is so constructed as to consist of two or more parts or rooms occupied or intended to be occupied, whether permanently or temporarily, by different tenants separately by usually lodging therein at night, or for any other separate purpose, each part shall be deemed a separate dwelling house of the tenant occupying it.