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A. The attorney general shall determine based on the facts whether reasonable cause exists to believe that a discriminatory housing practice has occurred or is about to occur.
B. The attorney general shall make the determination under subsection A of this section not later than one hundred days after the date a complaint is filed unless either:
1. It is impracticable to make the determination.
2. The attorney general has approved a conciliation agreement relating to the complaint.
C. If it is impracticable to make the determination within the time period provided by subsection B of this section, the attorney general shall notify the complainant and respondent in writing of the reasons for the delay.
D. If the attorney general determines that reasonable cause exists to believe that a discriminatory housing practice has occurred or is about to occur, the attorney general shall attempt for a period of not more than thirty days to effectuate a conciliation agreement. If no conciliation agreement has been reached after thirty days, the attorney general shall file a civil action in superior court, as provided in section 41-1491.34.