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TITLE 48
MONOPOLIES AND TRADE PRACTICES
CHAPTER 3
IDAHO PATIENT ACT
48-306.  extraordinary collection after untimely notice — limitation. If a party is unable to engage in an extraordinary collection action because the health care provider or health care facility failed to meet the timing requirements of section 48-304(1) or (2), Idaho Code, but complies with such timing requirements within either an additional forty-five (45) days for failure to meet the timing requirements of section 48-304(1), Idaho Code, or an additional ninety (90) days for failure to meet the timing requirements of section 48-304(2), Idaho Code, then as long as all other requirements of section 48-304, Idaho Code, have been satisfied, such party may commence an extraordinary collection action. Notwithstanding any provision of law or agreement to the contrary, in any such collection action, the patient shall have no liability for costs, expenses, and fees, including attorney’s fees.

History:
[48-306, added 2020, ch. 139, sec. 1, p. 429.]


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