Chapter 46.--LEGISLATURE

      46-261.   Withdrawal of complaint by complainant; civil action, when; admissibility of certain evidence. The commission may permit a complainant to withdraw his or her complaint at any time. The respondent may bring a civil action in the district court against the complainant for malicious prosecution for the filing or prosecution of any complaint with the commission under this act, whenever under like circumstances an action for malicious prosecution would arise for filing or prosecution of an action or complaint in a court. All papers in the possession of the commission relating thereto shall be admissible.

      History:   L. 1974, ch. 353, § 47; March 28.