Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 31
COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
CHAPTER 34
NONMEDICAL INDIGENT ASSISTANCE
31-3413.  Approved claims. The board shall not allow any claim or demand against the county for services to any indigent person until eligibility has been established. The board shall, by resolution, authorize the expenditures of funds not exceeding an aggregate amount to provide for the emergency nonmedical assistance of any eligible indigent person. Bills for expenditures, duly verified under oath, shall be presented to the board and the board shall audit and pay such bills out of the proper fund of the county. Payment of approved claims of indigent persons by the county shall be controlled and determined by the provisions of chapter 16, title 31, Idaho Code. The county is not obligated to pay for services received by the applicant prior to the date of application, or to make payment to relatives.

History:
[31-3413, added 1992, ch. 83, sec. 3, p. 261.]


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