Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 55
PROPERTY IN GENERAL
CHAPTER 27
FLOATING HOMES RESIDENCY ACT
55-2713.  Notice to owner. (1) Any legal owner of a floating home in order to be protected under this section must notify the landlord in writing of his secured or other legal interest.
(2)  If the tenant becomes sixty (60) days in arrears in his rent or at the time of the suspected abandonment by the tenant of a moorage site, the landlord shall notify the legal owner of the floating home of his liability for any costs incurred for the floating home site for such floating home, including rent owing. The legal owner shall be responsible for utilities from the date of notice. Any and all costs shall, after the giving of such notice, become the responsibility of the legal owner of the floating home. The floating home may not be removed from the moorage site without a signed written receipt or agreement from the landlord, owner, or manager showing payment of charges due or agreement with the legal owner for removal of the floating home.

History:
[55-2713, added 1998, ch. 194, sec. 1, p. 703.]


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