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NOTE: The Idaho law in this article was current as of the date of its publication in 2011, and may not be current. Synopsis: This short note will discuss the question of whether an existing water right may be fractionalized and partially assigned to a third-party to provide more than one beneficial use from the…
NOTE: The Idaho law in this article was current as of the date of its publication in 2007. Synopsis Idaho Code section 55-2109 mandates ad valorem county taxation on conservation easements gifted or sold to charitable organizations. This article discusses the legality of that statute, which appears to abridge Idaho’s Constitution on uniform taxation and…
Idaho Water Rights Primer The State of Idaho began adjudicating water rights in the Coeur d’Alene-Spokane River Basin in the spring of 2009. The first of the three Adjudication areas is the Coeur d’Alene Spokane River Basin, so this process is called the CSRBA. The CSRBA is divided into five sub-basins, which the Idaho Department…