Idaho Property and Real Estate Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed January 19, 2018
Here at FindLaw, we've assembled an important collection of Idaho property and real estate articles for you. We've got information on homestead rules, i.e. those laws that permit property owners to declare a portion of their property a "homestead" and thus off limits to creditors. Additionally, the links below provide Idaho-specific statutes on a number of property and real estate topics -- including the landlord-tenant relationship, and how property ownership can be gained through a process called adverse possession. Choose a link from the list below for detailed information on real estate laws and procedures and learn how a local attorney who specializes in Idaho real property law can help you.
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