An Idaho room rental agreement outlines each tenant’s rights and responsibilities for the shared occupancy of a residence. It covers the allocation of common and private spaces, monthly payments, house rules, and details about utilities, and includes termination protocols.
The document requires signatures from all involved parties, including the landlord or principal tenant, to be legally binding.
After How Long Does a Guest Become a Tenant in Idaho?
The state landlord-tenant laws (Idaho Statutes Title 55 Chapter 3) do not have an official cut-off point. Landlords must specify in their tenancy agreements the terms for guests becoming tenants.