Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 31
COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
CHAPTER 21
COUNTY TREASURER AND TAX COLLECTOR
31-2124.  Warrants of municipal or quasi-municipal corporations — Interest rate after presentment for payment. The supervising board of every municipal or quasi-municipal corporation of any kind or class, specially chartered cities, school districts, of any kind or class, specially chartered school district, irrigation district, drainage district, stumpage district, highway district or other quasi-municipal district, now or hereafter created or organized and authorized by law to issue warrants for the payment of its indebtedness, and the board of county commissioners for any common or joint common school district within its county are hereby authorized by resolution, duly passed and approved at any regular or special meeting thereof, to fix the rate of interest, that warrants drawn by authority of such supervising board, or the county auditor for such common or joint common school district, shall draw after the same have been presented to the treasurer thereof for payment and not paid for want of funds.

History:
[31-2124, added 1935, ch. 99, sec. 1, p. 208; am. 1980, ch. 61, sec. 2, p. 119.]


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