Idaho Admin. Code r. 45.01.01.004 - DECLARATORY RULINGS
Current through August 30, 2021
Any individual who petitions for a declaratory ruling on the applicability of a statute or rule administered by the Commission must substantially comply with this rule. The petition addressed to the Administrator will: (7-1-21)T
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004. LIBERAL CONSTRUCTION - RULEMAKING - NO CONTESTED CASES.
These rules will be liberally construed to secure just, speedy and economical determination of all issues presented to the Idaho Human Rights Commission. Unless prohibited by statute, the Commission may permit deviation from these rules when it finds that compliance with them is impracticable, unnecessary or not in the public interest. The Idaho Human Rights Commission hereby adopts by reference the Rules of Practice and Procedure adopted by the Attorney General's Office on Rulemaking. The Idaho Human Rights Commission specifically does not adopt the Attorney General's rules regarding Contested Case Proceedings. By statutory authority, the Idaho Human Rights Commission does not conduct contested case proceedings. (7-1-93)