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Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 84(j).  Settlement of Transcript and Record.

Upon receipt of the transcript prepared under Rule 84(g)(1) or copied under Rule 84(g)(2), and upon completion of the record the agency shall mail or deliver a notice of lodging of transcript and record to all attorneys of record or parties appearing in person and to the district court.  The notice shall inform the parties before the agency that they pick up a copy of the transcript and record at the agency and that the parties have fourteen (14) days from the date of the mailing of the notice in which to file with the agency any objections, and the notice shall further advise the petitioner to pay the balance of the fees for the preparation of the transcript, if any, and the record, if any, before the copy of the transcript and record will be delivered to the petitioner.  Where there are more than two parties to the judicial review, they shall determine by agreement the manner and time of use of the transcript and record by each party, or failing such agreement, such determination shall be made by the agency upon application by any party.  Any party may object to the transcript and record with fourteen (14) days from the date of mailing of the notice of the parties that the transcript and record has been lodged with the agency.  Upon failure of the parties to file an objection within that time period, the transcript and record shall be deemed settled. Any objection made to a transcript and record shall be determined by the agency within fourteen (14) days of receipt thereof.  The agency's decision on the objection and all evidence, exhibits, and written presentations on the objection shall be included in the record on petition for review.

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