The Idaho three (3) day notice to quit is issued to tenants who are in violation of their lease/rental agreement regulations. The notice informs the renter of their violations (e.g., unauthorized subletting, property damage, pets) and indicates a three (3) day period in which the stated issues must be corrected. If the tenant does not remedy the situation or move-out after the notice period expires, the landlord may commence the eviction process by filing a complaint with the district court. Note that a landlord may evict without notice if the tenant engages in illegal drug activity on the premises of the rental unit.
Laws – § 6-303(3)
Affidavit of Service (I.C. § 6-304) – Must be completed after the notice to quit has been served on the Tenant.