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     Idaho Statutes

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


43-2547.  Bonds, warrants and coupons, when paid out of fund — Nonpayment for want of funds — Interest. Whenever any district has established such local improvement guarantee fund, and any bond, warrant or coupon drawn against any local improvement fund is presented to the district for payment and there is not sufficient amount in said local improvement fund against which to draw to pay the same, unless otherwise requested by the holder, payment therefor shall be made by warrant drawn against the local improvement guarantee fund. Such warrants when presented to the treasurer for payment, if not paid, shall be registered and draw interest at a rate as may be fixed by the board. Neither the holder nor the owner of any bond or warrant issued under the provisions of this act shall have any claim therefor, except for payment from the special assessments made for the improvement for which said bond or warrant was issued, and except as against the local improvement guarantee fund herein provided, and the district shall not be liable to any holder or owner of such bond or warrant for any loss to the guarantee fund occurring in the lawful operation thereof by the district.

[43-2547, added 1993, ch. 407, sec. 1, p. 1497.]

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