MONOPOLIES AND TRADE PRACTICES
IDAHO CHARITABLE ASSETS PROTECTION ACT
48-1908. INVESTIGATORY AUTHORITY OF ATTORNEY GENERAL. Whenever the attorney general has reason to believe that an accountable person or charitable organization has violated or is violating the provisions of section 48-1906, 48-1907, or 48-1909, Idaho Code, the attorney general may:
(1) Serve investigative demands using the same procedures and in the same manner as described in section 48-611, Idaho Code;
(2) Issue subpoenas and conduct hearings using the same procedures and in the same manner as described in section 48-612, Idaho Code;
(3) Apply to the district court for compliance orders using the same procedures and in the same manner as described in section 48-614, Idaho Code; and
(4) Retain certified fraud examiners, accountants, appraisers, and other experts to assist the attorney general with the attorney general’s investigation.
[48-1908, added 2020, ch. 321, sec. 1, p. 924.]