Interactive forms are free to low income people in Idaho with certain landlord or tenant issues. See our list of forms below. If you have a landlord or tenant issue that our interactive forms does not address, you can visit the Court Assistance Office (CAO) website to print out other forms and complete them by hand.

 

 

Links to the interactive Self-Help Forms can be found by scrolling further down the page, or by clicking on the links at the top of the page.

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Please read over the list below to make sure you qualify to use the interactive forms:
Tenants

  • You are a tenant living in Idaho.
  • You are representing yourself (if the issue goes to court).
  • You know the landlord is not protected by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003.

Landlords

  • You are the property owner and your property is in Idaho.
  • The property is less than 5 acres.
  • You are representing yourself (if the issue goes to court).
  • You know the tenant(s) are not protected by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003.
  • You are evicting tenant(s) for non-payment of rent.
  • You are not trying to remove a mobile home from a rented space.

If any of the statements above are false, check with your local CAO Office for more information about how to proceed.

Interactive Forms for Tenants

  • Repairs Notice Packet - Use this interactive form packet if the statements under the "Tenants" heading above are true and you want to request repairs from your landlord on your rented property. Giving a valid 3-day notice is the first step in this process.
  • Repairs Complaint Packet - Use this interactive form packet if the statements under the "Tenants" heading above are true, you want to sue your landlord for repairs needed on your rented property, and you have already given your landlord a valid written 3-day notice.
  • Answer to Eviction Complaint - Use this interactive form packet if the statements under the "Tenants" heading above are true, your landlord is suing you to evict you from their property, and you want to file an "Answer" in response to the eviction.

Interactive Forms for Landlords

  • Eviction Notice Packet - Use this interactive form packet if the statements under the "Landlords" heading above are true and you want to evict tenant(s) that are renting your property. Giving a valid 3-Day Eviction Notice is the first step in this process.
  • Eviction Complaint Packet - Use this interactive form packet if the statements under the "Landlords" heading above are true, you have already given your tenants a valid written eviction notice, and you want to sue your tenants to evict them from your property.

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