Idaho Statutes Title 43. Irrigation Districts

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  • Chapter 1. Organization of District
  • Chapter 2. Election of Directors
  • Chapter 3. Powers and Duties of Board of Directors
  • Chapter 4. Bonds--Issuance, Confirmation and Sale
  • Chapter 5. Secondary Bonds to Pay Interest
  • Chapter 6. Refunding Bonds
  • Chapter 7. Levy and Collection of Assessments
  • Chapter 8. Repossession of Water Rights Upon Issuance of Tax Deed
  • Chapter 9. Construction Work and Acquirement of Property
  • Chapter 10. Annexation of Lands to District
  • Chapter 11. Exclusion of Lands from District
  • Chapter 12. Annexation and Exclusion of State Lands
  • Chapter 13. Dissolution and Modification of Districts
  • Chapter 14. Consolidation of Districts
  • Chapter 15. Miscellaneous Provisions of District Law
  • Chapter 16. Purchase of State Lands by Irrigation Districts
  • Chapter 17. Cooperation with State Under Carey Act
  • Chapter 18. Cooperation with Federal Government
  • Chapter 19. Domestic Water Systems--Contracts with United States
  • Chapter 20. Provisions Applicable to Irrigation Districts and Drainage Districts
  • Chapter 21. Debt Readjustment Plans for Irrigation Districts, Drainage Districts, and Highway Districts
  • Chapter 22. Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Replacement and Improvement of Dams by Irrigation Districts--Financial and Other Arrangements
  • Chapter 23. Reconstruction of Dams and Related Appurtenances--Hydroelectric Facilities Construction
  • Chapter 24. Annexation of Property for the Purpose of Receiving Domestic Water
  • Chapter 25. Local Improvement Districts

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