Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 31
COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
CHAPTER 8
POWERS AND DUTIES OF BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
31-867.  Special levy for courts — District court fund. (1) The board of county commissioners of each county in this state may levy annually upon all taxable property of its county, a special tax not to exceed four hundredths per cent (.04%) of market value for assessment purposes for the purpose of providing for the functions of the district court and the magistrate division of the district court within the county. All revenues collected from such special tax shall be paid into the "district court fund," which is hereby created, and the board may appropriate otherwise unappropriated moneys into the district court fund. Moneys in the district court fund may be expended for all court expenditures other than courthouse construction and remodeling.
(2)  Balances in the district court fund may be accumulated from year to year sufficient to operate the court functions on a cash basis, but such balances shall not exceed sixty per cent (60%) of the total budget for court functions for the current year.
(3)  There is hereby created the county court facilities fund which may be established in each county by resolution adopted at a public meeting of the board of county commissioners. Moneys in the county court facilities fund shall be expended for planning, remodeling and construction of court facilities. The county court facilities fund shall be separate and distinct from the county current expense fund and county expenditures from the county court facilities fund shall be solely dedicated to the purposes set forth in this section. At the discretion of the board of county commissioners, funds deposited in the county court facilities fund may be accumulated from year to year or expended on a regular basis.

History:
[31-867, added 1976, ch. 307, sec. 2, p. 1054; am. 1989, ch. 73, sec. 28, p. 127; am. 1994, ch. 208, sec. 1, p. 656; am. 1997, ch. 52, sec. 1, p. 91.]


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