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     Idaho Statutes

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TITLE 39
HEALTH AND SAFETY
CHAPTER 2
VITAL STATISTICS
 39-267. Delayed registration. Any certificate required to be filed under this chapter accepted for filing after the time prescribed by the board shall be filed in accordance with the minimum standards prescribed by the national agency in charge of vital statistics.
(1)  If a delayed certificate of birth is rejected under the provisions prescribed, a petition signed and sworn to by the petitioner may be filed with a court of competent jurisdiction for an order establishing a record of the date and place of birth and the parentage of the person whose birth is to be registered. An order entered following the procedure established in section 39-278, Idaho Code, shall be acceptable evidence for establishing a delayed certificate of birth in the vital statistics unit.
(2)  If a delayed certificate of death is rejected under the provisions prescribed, a petition signed and sworn to by the petitioner may be filed with a court of competent jurisdiction for an order establishing a record of the date and place of death. An order entered following the procedure established in section 39-278, Idaho Code, shall be acceptable evidence for establishing a delayed certificate of death.

History:
[(39-267) 1949, ch. 72, sec. 21, p. 117; am. and redesignated 1983, ch. 7, sec. 29, p. 39; am. 2010, ch. 78, sec. 2, p. 130.]

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