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No proposal shall be considered by the board which requires a greater time than five years for the construction of the works. All proposals shall state that the work shall begin within six months from the date of contract; that at least one-tenth of the construction work shall be completed within two years from the date of said contract; that the construction shall be prosecuted diligently and continuously to completion; and that a cessation of work under the contract with the state for a period of six months after the second year, without the sanction of the board, will forfeit to the state all rights under said contract. The board, for good cause shown, shall extend the time of beginning or of completing the whole or any part of said construction work for a period commensurate with the difficulties of construction and the location of the proposed project. No extension of time shall be granted until after thirty days' notice, given by publication in at least one daily paper, published at the capital, and in at least one paper published in each county in which the project and the land sought to be watered thereby is located, of the time and place where such extension of time will be considered and opportunity afforded to all interested parties to appear and be heard.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Idaho Statutes Title 41. Insurance § 41-3911. Examinations - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/id/title-41-insurance/id-st-sect-41-3911/
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