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Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 67. Deposit Into Court.


(a)   Depositing Money or Property. If any part  of  the relief sought is a money judgment or the disposition of  a sum of  money or some other deliverable thing, a party, on notice to every other party and by leave of  court, may deposit with the court all or part of the money or thing, whether or not that  party claims any of  it. The depositing party must deliver to the clerk a copy of the order permitting deposit.


(b)   Motion for Deposit. When a party has possession or control of money or another thing capable of delivery that is the subject of the litigation, and which (1) is held as trustee for another party or (2) belongs or is due to another party, the court may, on motion, order that it be deposited in court or delivered to the other party on such conditions as are just.


(c)   Depositing and Withdrawing. Money or any other thing deposited into court under this rule may only be deposited and withdrawn as directed by the court or as provided by the statutes of this state.



(Adopted March 1, 2016, effective July 1, 2016.)

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Justice Gregory W. Moeller
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Justice Cynthia K.C. Meyer

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