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Idaho Statutes Title 6. Actions in Particular Cases § 6-301. Forcible entry defined

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Every person is guilty of a forcible entry who either:

1.?By breaking open doors, windows or other parts of a house, or by any kind of violence or circumstances of terror, enters upon or into any real property; ?or,

2.?Who, after entering peaceably upon real property, turns out, by force, threats or menacing conduct, the party in possession.

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