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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


46-1012.  Compensation. (1) Each person within this state shall conduct himself and keep and manage his affairs and property in ways that will reasonably assist and will not unreasonably detract from the ability of the state, other political subdivisions, and the public to successfully meet disaster emergencies. This obligation includes appropriate personal service and use or restriction on the use of property in time of disaster emergency. This act neither increases nor decreases these obligations but recognizes their existence under the constitution and statutes of this state. Compensation for services or for the taking or use of property shall be only to the extent that obligations recognized herein are exceeded in a particular case and then only to the extent that the claimant may not be deemed to have volunteered his services or property without compensation.
(2)  No personal services may be compensated by the state or any subdivision or agency thereof, except pursuant to statute or local law or ordinance.
(3)  Compensation for property shall be only if the property was commandeered or otherwise used in coping with a disaster emergency and its use or destruction was ordered by the governor or his representative.
(4)  Any person claiming compensation for the use, damage, loss, or destruction of property under this act shall file a claim therefor with the office in the form and manner the office provides.
(5)  Unless the amount of compensation on account of property damaged, lost, or destroyed is agreed upon between the claimant and the office, the amount of compensation shall be calculated in the same manner as compensation due for taking of property pursuant to the condemnation laws of this state.

[46-1012, added 1975, ch. 212, sec. 2, p. 584; am. 2016, ch. 118, sec. 13, p. 339.]

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