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     Idaho Statutes

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


63-3809.  Hearings — Matter considered by board to be of public importance. Hearing assignments will be made by the chairman.
(1)  A hearing will be conducted and a recommended decision rendered by a hearing officer or by one (1) member of the board. The recommended decision shall become final when signed by at least two (2) board members.
(2)  If the recommended decision fails to gain the signature of two (2) members, the chairman shall direct that a substitute recommended decision be drafted for submission to board members and which shall become final upon the signature of two (2) or more members.
(3)  Prior to a final decision being rendered, if, in the opinion of one (1) or more members of the board, a matter is of sufficient importance to the public, it may be certified for consideration by the entire board either at a hearing or upon a transcript of a hearing held by one (1) of its members and recorded in any suitable manner.
(4)  Following the filing of a timely notice of appeal to the board of tax appeals for a property tax appeal hearing, a hearing will be set, conducted and a decision shall be rendered no later than May 1. An appeal hearing may be delayed or continued upon written agreement of all parties.

[63-3809, added 1969, ch. 453, sec. 9, p. 1195; am. 1998, ch. 226, sec. 1, p. 775; am. 1999, ch. 107, sec. 2, p. 335.]

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