My question involves personal property located in the State of: Idaho
I purchased a furnished guest ranch without a realtor or lawyer, we did utilize an Idaho company for title and escrow. Simple, online purchase and sales agreement did not include any list of excluded items /personal property, nor did 3 subsequent addendum. During escrow, Seller made multiple trips with trucks/trailers to remove sentimental personal property. After a seven month escrow, property closed, recorded and we took possession. We did have a written agreement for seller to advise and consult during the first year of business, among other things. Relationship soured, seller now claims ALL personal property left on site was mearly on loan temporarily, and is now demanding everything be returned to him, from ranching equipment, beds to kitchen utensils.
There was no verbal agreements and no written agreements in regards to personal property. What does Idaho law say about personal property left on the premises after closing, funding and possession? Can anyone refer me to specific Idaho laws or information?