Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 6
ACTIONS IN PARTICULAR CASES
CHAPTER 22
CONSTITUTIONALLY BASED EDUCATIONAL CLAIMS ACT
6-2206.  Patron complaints to be forwarded to attorney general. When a patron complaint is filed against a school district pursuant to this chapter, a copy of the complaint shall also be served on the attorney general, who shall notify the legislature and the superintendent of public instruction that the complaint has been filed. Either the legislature or the superintendent of public instruction may intervene as plaintiffs in the patron suit as a matter of right. No action shall be taken in the patron suit, except for the school district’s filing of an answer to the patron complaint, until a copy of the complaint has been forwarded to the attorney general and the legislature and the superintendent of public instruction have been given thirty-five (35) calendar days to decide whether to intervene as a matter of right as plaintiffs in the patron suit.

History:
[6-2206, added 1996, ch. 258, sec. 1, p. 847.]


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