Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 72
WORKER’S COMPENSATION AND RELATED LAWS — INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
CHAPTER 9
STATE INSURANCE FUND
72-912.  Investment of surplus or reserve. The endowment fund investment board shall at the direction of the manager invest any of the surplus or reserve funds belonging to the state insurance fund in real estate and the same securities and investments authorized for investments by insurance companies in Idaho as shall be approved by the manager. The endowment fund investment board shall be the custodian of all such securities or evidences of indebtedness, provided that the endowment fund investment board may employ a custodial bank to hold such securities. The state insurance fund is authorized to pay the actual expenses of the endowment fund investment board which the board incurs in investing surplus or reserve funds and which are approved by the manager of the state insurance fund. It shall collect the principal and interest thereof, when due, and pay the same into the state insurance fund. The state treasurer shall pay all warrants or vouchers drawn on the state insurance manager and by the state controller. The endowment fund investment board at the request of the manager may sell any of such securities, the proceeds thereof to be paid over to the state treasurer for said insurance fund. Where such funds of the state insurance fund have been or are hereafter invested, with real property as security, and the said real property has been or is hereafter acquired by the state of Idaho by reason of foreclosure proceedings, voluntary deed, or otherwise, such property shall be held in trust by the state of Idaho for the benefit of the state insurance fund and may be sold by the endowment fund investment board at the request of the manager of said fund, and said sale may be had at private sale or public auction, upon such terms and under such conditions as the endowment fund investment board deems for the best interest of the state, but no sale of real estate at private sale may be had for a less price than the amount, with accrued interest, costs and expenses, which has been invested by the state insurance fund in said real estate. Where such sale is to be made at public auction, it must take place in the county where the real estate is situated, and notice of time and place of sale must be posted in three (3) of the most public places in such county, and published in a newspaper, if there be one (1) printed in the said county, for at least once a week for not less than two (2) consecutive weeks, within thirty (30) days prior to the sale. Where such sale is to be made at private sale, it must take place in the county where the real estate is situated, and notice of time and place of sale must be posted in three (3) of the most public places in such county, and published in a newspaper, if there be one (1) printed in said county, for at least once a week for not less than two (2) consecutive weeks, within thirty (30) days prior to the sale. The notice must state a day on or after which the sale will be made, and a place where offers or bids will be received. The day last referred to must be at least fifteen (15) days from the first publication of notice, and the sale must not be made before that day, but must be made within six (6) months thereafter. The bids or offers must be in writing, sealed, and delivered to the investment manager of the endowment fund investment board. The real estate and tenements, or the part thereof or interest therein to be sold, must be described with common certainty in the notice. The deed or deeds to such real estate shall be executed in the name of the state of Idaho as required by section 16, chapter 4 of the constitution of the state of Idaho, and the proceeds from any such sale be paid over to the state treasurer for said insurance funds.

History:
[(72-912) C.S., sec. 6299, as enacted by 1925, ch. 129, sec. 2, p. 183; I.C.A., sec. 43-1712; am. 1939, ch. 251, sec. 12, p. 617; am. 1941, ch. 20, sec. 10, p. 37; am. 1943, ch. 168, sec. 1, p. 355; am. 1969, ch. 466, sec. 13, p. 1326; am. 1970, ch. 170, sec. 1, p. 498; am. 1978, ch. 18, sec. 1, p. 36; am. 1994, ch. 180, sec. 237, p. 569.]


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