Good afternoon. Even if a tenant is in default,the law does not allow the landlord to forcibly evict a tenant withoutobtaining an eviction order from a court. What that means is that iftermination date comes and the tenant doesn't move out, the landlord cannotsimply change the locks or throw the tenant's things out. Rather, what thelandlord has to do is to first deliver a 3-Day Notice to quit inIdaho...which basically says the tenant has 3 days to leave or faceeviction. But, if the tenant still doesn't leave, the landlord must then file apetition with the court for an eviction order. Depending upon the court'sdocket, it can take anywhere from about 15 days to a couple of months to get ahearing. Only when a judge has issuedthe eviction order can the landlord have the tenant evicted. That will buy thetenant a good bit of time.
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!)worked at kit homebuilders west building manufactored homes 2)i have worked for them cense 02 was layed off for 8 months from nov 08 to july09 due to lack of work.
3)told doctor in aprail and said then it has been going on for about a month she changed the drugs i take.4)yes 5)no 6) no just working to hard i guess. 7)yes 8)no.
9)yes last week the 24th 10)I had a doctors letter saying i needed to take time off and not work over 40 hrs and work at a job not so hard i told work at the time i couldnt do anything with my arm they said they had nothing for me and to go to unemployment.
11) yes have two letters from them one says i am eligible for benefits because i quit with good cause the other letter says i am not eligible because i am unable to work
12)yes 13)Started seeing doctor in 06 14) yes 15)yes 16) not sure when i called and asked to come back to work he said no there is something wrong with you and you need to get help.
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