Idaho Tenant-Landlord Law
Federated state of the northwestern USA, 216,432 km², 1,466,465 residents (2006 estimate), 7 residents/km², capital: Boise City. Borders: Montana and Wyoming (E), Utah and Nevada (S), Oregon and Washington (W); Canada (N).
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The territory is mainly mountainous, especially in the northern and central sectors, where the imposing chains of the Bitterroot, Clearwater and Salmon mountains rise: the highest elevation is the Borah Peak (3859 m). These reliefs dominate the plain of the Snake River to the S, which crosses the southern section of the state in an EW direction, marking its western border for a long stretch; it flows into almost all the rivers of Idaho, including Clearwater, Salmon, Payette and Boise. The climate is continental, with cold winters and hot summers; rainfall is scarce in flat areas, copious on the hills. Agriculture (wheat, oats, barley, potatoes, sugar beets, fruit) is of moderate importance in the country’s economy, favored, by rivers, by irrigation. The vast pastures feed a substantial number of cattle (sheep, cattle). Forests, consisting largely of conifers, occupy approx. 38% of the territory. But the main economic resource of the state is the exploitation of the subsoil: the lead and zinc deposits of Couer d’Alene are among the most important in the United States; Idaho also has deposits of vanadium, phosphates (at the Wyoming border), cobalt, antimony, gold, mercury, tungsten, etc. The industry is mainly aimed at working with metals, wood and agricultural products. Despite the wealth of the subsoil and the industries that have arisen there, Idaho has attracted little population. This mainly lives in small urban centers or in rural nuclei. The major cities, beyond the capital, are industry is mainly aimed at metalworking, wood and agricultural products. Despite the wealth of the subsoil and the industries that have arisen there, Idaho has attracted little population. This mainly lives in small urban centers or in rural nuclei. The major cities, beyond the capital, are industry is mainly aimed at metalworking, wood and agricultural products. Despite the wealth of the subsoil and the industries that have arisen there, Idaho has attracted little population. This mainly lives in small urban centers or in rural nuclei. The major cities, beyond the capital, are Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Lewiston, Twin Falls and Nampa. Tourism.
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Originally part of the Oregon Country, it was organized in the Territory in 1863, following the discovery of gold and the subsequent race to populate its lands. Only in 1868 did it assume the dimensions of the present state, with the separation of territories passed to Wyoming. It was annexed to the Union in 1890.
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City (157,452 residents in 1998) and capital of the State of Idaho (USA), on the Boise River, in the middle of the homonymous forest. Founded in 1863 following the discovery of some gold deposits in the surroundings, it is an active mining as well as agricultural (fruit, cereals) and livestock market. It is also an industrial center, active in the food, furniture and electrical equipment sectors.
City (46,100 residents) of the State of Idaho (USA), 310 km ESE of Boise City, on the Portneuf River, 1361 m at the American Falls artificial basin, formed in 1927 with the barrier of the Snake River. Railway junction and agricultural market (fruit, cereals, potatoes, sugar beets) and animal husbandry, it is home to chemical and food industries. University (1901). Airport.
City (39,600 residents) of the State of Idaho (USA), 78 km NNE of Pocatello, at 1496 m on the left of the Snake River. Road and railway junction, the agricultural market is active (cereals, legumes, sugar beets) and home to the food, metallurgical and chemical industries; near lead and silver deposits. Airport.
Idaho – Nat’l Fair Housing Advocate, Idaho Agencies
Idahoans in need of advice or assistance regarding housing discrimination matters can locate organizations that can help. Has contact details.
Idaho – Rental Housing Information
Delivers Idaho legal info touching upon such topics as evictions, lease termination and environmental regulation. Procure a handbook.
Idaho – Resources for Renters
Contributes contact specifics of advocacy organizations and rental information, all geared toward assisting Idaho tenants.
Idaho – Title 55, Chapter 3
Governing law for real property within the state of Idaho, focuses on the rights and duties of owners, adding details about tenant remedies.