(Please note that some of the Opinions and Guidelines listed below are for reference only. The actual Opinions and Guidelines can be found in the volumes of the Idaho Attorney General's Opinions and Annual Report.)
Opinion 56-75 - Public bodies required to deposit money with depository located within the depository unit/FDIC Insurance limits not withstanding.
Opinion 21-75 - Legality of automated tellers.
Opinion 24-75 - City must bank within city limits.
Opinion 76-51 - Legality of stop payment in cashier’s check.
Opinion 76-56 - Public bodies required to deposit money with depository located within the depository unit, FDIC insurance limits notwithstanding.
Opinion 80-17 - Banks can accept deposits after initial refusal.
Opinion 83-10 - Procedures for and authority to take possession of property recovered from safety deposit boxes or safe-keeping repositories of national banks closed during 1930’s now in custody of Comptroller of Currency.
Opinion 84-6 - Remedies for collection of dishonored checks in Idaho Code §§ 1-2301A and 28-4-510A are mutually exclusive.
Opinion 85-6 - Unclaimed Property Act – Finance, Department of – Bank Act, Records – Central Records Management.
Bar Association, State
Opinion 36-75 - Legality of interim billing.
Guideline 10/13/1995 - Commission for Blind and Visually Impaired may give preference to blind person when hiring administrator.
Opinion 76-7 - Bond election ballot statement must be sufficiently definite to apprise voters of purpose and scope of improvements contemplated.
Opinion 77-39 - Advanced Refunding Bonds. No election required.
Opinion 79-22 - Impermissible debt and liability incurred under lease purchase agreement and issuance of bonds on future estimated assessed property value.
Opinion 88-3 - Expansion of municipal water system is ordinary and necessary expense not requiring voter approval of debt.
Building Authority, State
Opinion 76-39 - Propriety of S.C.R. 138/footage and dollar limitations for capitol mall.
Guideline 7/8/1997 - State has exclusive jurisdiction to license electrical contractors and journeyman electricians, and local jurisdictions may not require additional licensure.