Idaho Lease Addendums and Disclosures
Lease agreements need to include certain disclosures and addendums. These can vary significantly depending on the state in which the property is located. The following overview contains all the essential addendums for ID lease agreements:
|Information That Must Be Disclosed
|Lead paint disclosure
|Details whether or not lead paint can be found on the premises (if the
building was constructed before 1978).
Idaho Lease Agreement Laws
For anIdaho lease agreement to be legally binding and valid, it must be written according to the laws of ID state. If this is not done properly, the contract will be legally contestable and could be declared invalid when put under scrutiny. These rules will also determine what kind of procedures and terms you may ask the tenant to abide by.
The overview below includes the most important laws to consider when renting a property in Idaho:
|There is no state limit on the amount a landlord can charge as a security
deposit in Idaho. The deposit must be returned to the tenant within 21 days from
the move-out date. However, if stated in the agreement, it may be sent back up
to 30 days from the move-out date (ID Stat. § 6-321).
|Landlord’s right to enter
|There is no ID state regulation providing that the landlord must give
advance notice to the tenant before entering the property.