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Idaho 3 Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Compliance

An Idaho 3-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Compliance) form is served to a tenant in default of the lease for other reasons besides the non-payment of rent. The severity of the breach will determine if the tenant will have the ability to remedy the breach. In the event the tenant assigns or sublets, or commits waste…

Idaho 3-Day Notice to Quit Form (Non-Payment of Rent)

An Idaho 3-day notice to quit, or Form CAO UD 1, is a legal notice used by a landlord when a tenant fails to pay their rent on time. By law, this notice gives the tenant or subtenants the option to either pay rent in full within 3 days of receiving the notice or move…

Idaho Unsecured Promissory Note Template

An Idaho unsecured promissory note binds two parties into an agreement to help ensure a lender is reimbursed a loaned amount as well as any accrued interest from the borrower. This document is very similar to the secured version but differs in that there is no security for the lender. If the borrower defaults on the…

Idaho Secured Promissory Note Template

An Idaho secured promissory note is an agreement utilized by two parties who plan on engaging in a money leasing transaction. The lender in the agreement collects interest on an amount loaned to a borrower who either makes weekly or monthly payments or one lump sum payment. Both parties will need to agree on all aspects…

Idaho Small Estate Affidavit | Form CAO Pb 01

An Idaho small estate affidavit, or ‘Form CAO Pb 01’, is a legal document that can be used by the heirs or beneficiaries of a person who died and left behind an estate not exceeding $100,000. The purpose of the form is to expedite the distribution of assets and allow the successors of the deceased…

Idaho Last Will and Testament Template

An Idaho last will and testament is a document used by the testator (person to whom the will belongs) to ensure that their personal, real, and digital property, as well as any fiduciary accounts, are properly distributed after their death.  An individual can draft a will in order to document who shall receive all or…

Idaho Deed Forms

The Idaho deeds are the legal method for transferring real property between buyers and sellers in Idaho. There are different forms depending on the type of transfer and depending upon the circumstances surrounding the transfer that is to take place. All deeds must be recorded with the county recorder located in the county in which…

Idaho Special Warranty Deed Form

An Idaho special warranty deed is used for purposes between a quit claim deed and a general warranty deed. It provides a measure of guarantee from the seller to the buyer, but not a full guarantee. The seller is merely guaranteeing that he or she has not granted interest in the property to another person…

Idaho Quit Claim Deed Form

An Idaho quitclaim deed, unlike the warranty deed, conveys property from a seller (grantor) to a buyer (grantee) without a warranty as to whether the grantor has the authority to sell the property or has clean title to the property. Generally speaking, this type of deed is preferred in informal arrangements, such as with a close…

Idaho General Warranty Deed Form

An Idaho general warranty deed is a document used to convey a piece of real estate to another with a warranty or guarantee attached. This means the seller is promising that he or she owns the property and has the right to sell it and that it is clear of any claims including liens, transfers…