This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Idaho according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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An Idaho eviction notice can only be given for specific legal causes as defined by state law. Legal causes in Idaho include non-payment of rent, a violation of the lease or rental agreement, and damage to the property or another person. If the eviction notice is issued because of non-payment of rent, it must include a 3-day notice to pay or leave the property (notice to quit). If the eviction notice is issued due to a violation of the lease or rental agreement, it is required to include a 3-day notice to perform or leave the property. To perform means that the tenant corrects the violation. If serious damage to the property has occurred, an Idaho eviction notice needs a 3-day notice to quit which instructs the tenant to vacate the property by a certain date.