Idaho Statutes

63-3056.  Action to enforce lien. In any case where there has been a refusal or neglect to pay any tax, including interest, penalty, additional amount or addition to such tax, together with any costs that may accrue in addition thereto, the attorney general of the state, at the request of the state tax commission, may file an action in the district court for Idaho in the county where the property encumbered by the lien is located to enforce the lien of the state for such tax upon any property and rights to property, whether real or personal, or to subject any such property and rights to property owned by the delinquent, or in which he has any right, title, or interest, to the payment of such tax. Such action shall be commenced and pursued in like manner as is now provided by law for the foreclosure of mortgages and other liens in chapter 1, title 6, Idaho Code, which is hereby made applicable to the tax liens arising under this chapter to the extent that such provisions are not inconsistent with other provisions of this chapter, provided, however, that the redemption period may be fixed by the judge of the court wherein the proceeding was filed, but in no event shall the period of redemption exceed the time prescribed by sections 11-402 and 11-403, Idaho Code. Such action may be commenced at any time within five (5) years following the date such lien was filed, or was last extended.

[63-3056, added 1959, ch. 299, sec. 56, p. 613; am. 1969, ch. 319, sec. 16, p. 982; am. 2004, ch. 28, sec. 3, p. 47.]

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