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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


26-2714.  Corporate name — Directors — Dividends — Restriction on use of public moneys. (1) The corporate name of each licensee may include the phrase "Business and Industrial Development Corporation" or may include the word "BIDCO." A licensee shall not transact business under a name other than its corporate name.
(2)  The board of directors of each licensee shall consist of not less than seven (7) directors. The board of directors of each licensee shall hold a meeting not less than once each calendar quarter.
(3)  Within thirty (30) days after the death, resignation, or removal of a director or officer; the election of a director; or the appointment of an officer, the licensee shall notify the director in writing of the event and shall provide any additional information which the director may require.
(4)  A licensee shall not pay, or obligate itself to pay, a cash dividend or dividend in kind to its shareholders, unless that payment is consistent with a dividend policy which has been adopted by the licensee and approved by the director. In reviewing dividend policies under this section, the director shall be flexible in recognizing the special characteristics of BIDCOs and the diverse range of potentially appropriate dividend policies for BIDCOs, while at the same time protecting against unsafe or unsound acts which could threaten the viability of the licensee as an ongoing BIDCO. The director may at any time withdraw any previous approval of a dividend policy if the director determines that the withdrawal is necessary to prevent unsafe or unsound acts.
(5)  Without the prior approval of the director, a licensee shall not buy back, or obligate itself to buy back a share of stock from a shareholder.
(6)  Any public moneys received by a licensee shall be applied by the licensee solely to providing financing assistance or management assistance to business firms with a home office in Idaho.

[26-2714, added 1989, ch. 252, sec. 1, p. 611; am. 2002, ch. 145, sec. 5, p. 409.]

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