Idaho Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

A landlord or tenant may have up to four (4) different types of Idaho lease agreements to choose from when authorizing a contract for the use of space. The most common, the standard residential contract is a twelve (12) month agreement that is used by most property managers and owners. Most agreements will require a standard background and credit check be completed to ensure that the person engaged in the contract is able to pay the monthly amount as well as have the references to compliment their rental history. Once the verification is complete an agreement should be signed immediately.


The Idaho commercial lease agreement is geared towards retail, office, or industrial tenants seeking to occupy and pay for space on a monthly basis. Like any lease agreement, the landlord can request the applying business owner to complete a rental application to verify the entity as well as the personal finances of the principal. Types There are three (3) different types of commercial lease agreements in Idaho, called Gross, Modified Gross, and Triple Net (NNN). For the Gross type of commercial lease…


The Idaho eviction notice, or “notice to quit”, grants a tenant up to three (3) days to pay any and all back-rent to the landlord or they will be subject to vacating within thirty (30) days (Statute 55-2010). The notice must be served upon the tenant one of the following ways: Personally deliver a copy to the Tenant. Personally delivered a copy to a person of suitable age and discretion at Tenant’s residence/business address and mailed a copy addressed to…


An Idaho month to month lease agreement is the preferred situation for individuals with no predetermined end lease date, and it consists of a lease that renews at the end of every month. As with any lease agreement, it is recommend the landlord to request a rental application be filled out by the tenant before the deal is finalized. Even though the tenant may only be staying at the property for a month, plenty of damage could still accrue, and verification help…


A landlord is highly recommended to utilize the Idaho rental application for any type of lease, as it will boost the landlord’s confidence in knowing their potential tenant has accepted only the most trustworthy and honest individual(s) on the property. With this document, the landlord can view the applying tenant’s criminal (background), employment, rental, and credit history. The property owner/manager may also ask the applying tenant to pay for the look-up even if the landlord doesn’t accept the applying tenant into the property (fee usually is anywhere from…


The Idaho residential lease agreement is designed for individuals who are looking for a standard, one (1) year lease agreement with monthly payments usually due on the first (1st) of every month. A rental contract like this can allows the landlord and tenant to agree on a set of terms and conditions, and state who pays what in regards to property costs (i.e cable, electricity, heat, air-conditioning, etc.). It is highly advised that the landlord request the applying tenant to complete a rental application so…


Use the Idaho sublease agreement if an individual is currently a tenant on a property, and is looking to lessen the burden of the monthly rent or simply desires company and wants to let another individual live or take over the property. This agreement works without any assistance from the landlord, although the landlord should be informed, and any problems with the sub-lease are to be directed at the original tenant (known as the “sub-lessor”). For example, if the new sub-tenant (called the “sub-lessee”)…

To verify any and all laws within the State the parties should refer to the Landlord and Tenant Guidelines.


Lead-Paint – *Only to be attached and signed when the building structure was completed before 1978.


Security Deposits

Maximum – None. A landlord may require whatever they would like from the tenant.

Returning (6-321) – Twenty One (21) days if it is not stated in the lease. If a clause stating the return of the deposit does exist in the lease, it may only be up to thirty (30) days.

Access by Landlord

Time – There is no State law requiring the landlord to give notice to the tenant. It is highly advised that the landlord notify the tenant in some fashion.