§ 94.058  PROCEDURE UPON FINDING OF PROBABLE CAUSE.
   (A)   If the investigating committee shall find probable cause to believe that the person charged has committed an unfair or discriminatory practice, it shall report the finding to the Human Rights Commission.
   (B)   If the Commission shall find, on the report of the investigating committee or on its own investigation, probable cause to believe that the person charged has committed an unfair or discriminatory practice as defined by this chapter, it shall direct an appropriate person to attempt to conciliate the matter, and it shall issue and cause to be served upon such person charged a notice stating the charges against such person and requesting the cooperation of the person charged in conciliation. Service of the notice may be by registered or certified mail or by any means provided for the service of original notices in civil actions.
   (C)   The Commission shall notify the state’s Civil Rights Commission whenever a finding of probable cause or no probable cause has been made with respect to any case within its jurisdiction or whenever such case is otherwise closed.
   (D)   Whenever this chapter requires the Commission or its Secretary to notify the state’s Civil Rights Commission of any matter, it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Commission to transmit such notice or information in writing within five days after the event giving rise to the duty to give notice or information.
   (E)   All filing on charges, complaints or hearings may be filed and held as provided by the state’s Civil Rights Act of 1965, as amended, I.C.A. Ch. 216.
(2013 Code, § 16-31)  (Ord. 14175, passed 2-13-1984)