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     Idaho Statutes

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55-2710.  Reasons for eviction — Statement of eviction reasons in notice. (1) The grounds for which a tenancy may be terminated and a tenant evicted shall be:
(a)  Conduct by tenant or tenant’s guest which constitutes a nuisance to other floating home owners, marina tenants or marina owner;
(b)  Substantial or repeated violation of the reasonable rules and regulations of the marina;
(c)  Nonpayment of rent;
(d)  Other material breach of a rental agreement; or
(e)  Condemnation of the marina.
(2)  The landlord shall set forth in a notice of termination the reason relied upon for the termination with sufficient specificity to permit determination of the date, place, witnesses, if any, and circumstances concerning such reason. Reference to a section or subsection or a recital of the language of this chapter shall not constitute compliance with this section.
(3)  In the case of termination of the tenancy and eviction for the reasons set out in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) or (d) of subsection (1) of this section, the tenant shall be given written notice to comply which notice may be given by personal service upon a tenant, or if the tenant cannot be found at the marina, then by mailing a copy of the notice by certified mail to the last mailing address provided by the tenant. In the case of personal service, service of the notice shall be deemed effected three (3) days after deposit in the United States mail, postage prepaid by registered mail, return receipt requested. If the tenant does not comply within fifteen (15) days following service, landlord may give notice of termination as provided in this chapter.

[55-2710, added 1998, ch. 194, sec. 1, p. 702.]

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