Idaho Landlord Notice to Enter

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An Idaho landlord’s notice to enter lets a tenant know that the landlord intends to access the property at some point in the future. Idaho state law does not specify how much notice landlords must provide, or, except for certain kinds of property, the reasons for which landlords may enter an occupied property. These terms may be spelled out in a rental agreement, and the landlord may infer best practices from other laws.

Laws – Idaho Code Ann. § 55-2007-3(e)

Notice can be used for

A section of state law regarding rentals of “manufactured homes,” which include mobile homes of a certain size, indicates that landlords may enter the property to

  • Maintain utilities;
  • Protect the community; and
  • Periodically inspect the premises.

Other Landlord Access

For manufactured homes (§ 55-2007-3(e)): The landlord may also access a property:

  • With the consent of the tenant;
  • In case of emergency; or
  • If the tenant is suspected to have abandoned the property.