Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 42
IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE — WATER RIGHTS AND RECLAMATION
CHAPTER 22
OPERATING COMPANIES — LIEN FOR MAINTENANCE CHARGES
42-2201A.  Authorization for other assessment. The board of directors of a corporation which utilizes section 42-2201, Idaho Code, as the basis of their water stock assessments, after direction by a resolution of a majority of the stockholders at the annual meeting, may:
(1)  Make no assessment, or a lesser assessment against:
(a)  Shares of corporate stock representing water appurtenant to acres contracted in a federal cropland set-aside program;
(b)  Shares of stock appurtenant to parcels of five (5) acres or less where the stockholder maintains his principal residence and where water cannot be delivered through no fault of the irrigation entity or the stockholder; or
(c)  Accept an assignment of up to five (5) shares of the corporation’s stock appurtenant to parcels of five (5) acres or less where the stockholder maintains his principal residence and where water cannot be delivered through no fault of the irrigation entity or the stockholder, provided the stockholder will assign ownership of the shares to the corporation together with a title insurance policy or an executed indemnification protecting the corporation from outstanding liens.
(2)  To assess and collect for extra water diverted over and above the amount originally estimated and paid for pursuant to the corporation’s assessment pursuant to section 42-2201, Idaho Code, which extra water was diverted during the irrigation season, by mailing a supplemental assessment at the end of the irrigation season to collect for extra water diverted which was in excess of preseason estimates, to refund as necessary or credit against future assessments if the final charge is less than the amount previously paid. The board of directors collects or pays interest on overages and underages as appropriate from the due date of the supplemental assessment. Interest on said overages and underages shall not exceed twelve percent (12%) per annum.

History:
[42-2201A, added 1993, ch. 108, sec. 2, p. 277.]


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