A new bill giving Idaho tenants three days to move out after receiving an eviction notice passed the Idaho House of Representatives today. According to KTVB, HB 461 passed with a 54-14 vote. Rep. Doug Ricks, R-Rexburg calls the bill a "compromise" for both landlords and tenants.

Right now, each county in Idaho has a different process for evictions. This bill would create a "uniform process" statewide. The bill would also allow landlords to enter the home and remove items left behind by tenants instead of calling the county sheriffs and hiring a moving company. Commercial tenants would have seven days to move out.


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