Actually, under Idaho Statutes Secs. 6-303 et seq, the landlord gives THREE DAYS NOTICE for a material breach of the lease which is not related to non-payment of rent.
If they are destroying the property and you as landlord are alleging that this is a material breach, then only 3 days is due, and it begins to run at time that they receive it, arguably.
If they do not move out in 3 days, one can file an eviction and go to court. If they still do not move out after the eviction decision, one can get a Writ from the Court and have them forcefully moved out. This is how such a process works, i.e.:
1) Notice to quit
2) If they do not move out, then eviction, and
3) After the eviction if they are still on the property, a Writ and the authorities will move them out.
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