Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 58
PUBLIC LANDS
CHAPTER 3
APPRAISEMENT, LEASE, AND SALE OF LANDS
58-313A.  Notice to commissioners of county — Objection by commissioners or person aggrieved. Whenever the state board of land commissioners shall have determined to direct the sale of state lands in the manner provided in section 58-313, Idaho Code, they shall first give notice in writing by certified mail to the commissioners of the county or counties in which said lands are located of their intention to direct such sale. If, within sixty (60) days of the receipt of such notice the county commissioners shall object to such sale, they shall file their objections in writing with the state board of land commissioners who shall thereupon at the next regular meeting reconsider the order directing such sale and if good cause appears therefor they shall rescind the order directing such sale or reapproving such sale. From any such order the applicant, the county commissioners in the name of the people of the county concerned, or any person aggrieved by such sale may appeal to the district court of the county in which the land is located for a review of said order. If the court finds such order to be arbitrary, erroneous or capricious, the order of the state board of land commissioners may be set aside and rendered null and void.

History:
[(58-313A) I.C., sec. 58-313(a), as added by 1961, ch. 175, sec. 1, p. 269; amended and redesignated 58-313A, 1992, ch. 241, sec. 7, p. 715.]


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