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

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Updated December 21, 2021

An Idaho 3-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Payment of Rent) is a memo 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 out of the rental until, one of which is required. This notice may be served at any time within one year after the rent becomes due.

In terms of agricultural lands, if a tenant holds over and retains possession of the property for more than sixty days after the expiration of the lease without any demand of possession for the property, the tenant has the right to hold the property for another full year under the same terms of the previous lease and shall not be guilty of an unlawful detainer.

Affidavit of Service (I.C. § 6-304) – Must be completed after the notice to quit has been served on the Tenant.

LawsI.C. § 6-303(2)

How to Write

Step 1 – There are two parts to this notice. The first form is the actual notice that will be served and the second form is a receipt that proves that the notice was served to detail how and when. Start with the first form by filling in the following information.

  • Name(s) of Tenants and/or Sub-tenant(s)
  • Address of property in default and the amount of rent due
  • Date
  • Landlord/Owner/Agent’s signature, printed name, and address

Step 2 – Complete the Idaho Affidavit of Service immediately after the notice to quit is served to the tenant by completing the following fields.

  • Date of delivery
  • Check by which method delivery was given and fill in accordingly
  • The person who served then must print name and give their signature
  • The form must be brought to a notary where they will fill in the county, date, signature, address, and the expiration date of their commission.