2017 Idaho Statutes
Title 45 - LIENS, MORTGAGES AND PLEDGES
Chapter 15 - TRUST DEEDS
Section 45-1506B - POSTPONEMENT OF SALE — INTERVENTION OF STAY.
45-1506B. Postponement of sale — Intervention of stay. (1) If a stay as set out in subsection (1) of section 45-1506A, Idaho Code, which would otherwise have stopped a foreclosure sale is terminated or lifted prior to the date of sale, then any person having a right to reinstate the deed of trust pursuant to subsection (12) of section 45-1506, Idaho Code, may request the trustee to postpone the sale for a period of time which shall allow at least one hundred fifteen (115) days to elapse from the recording of the notice of default to the rescheduled date of sale exclusive of the period of time during which such stay was in effect.
(2) Written request for postponement must be served upon the trustee prior to the time set for the original sale.
(3) If the foreclosure has proceeded in compliance with all requirements of subsections (2) through and including (6), of section 45-1506, Idaho Code, prior to the intervention of the stay, then at the time appointed for the original sale, the trustee shall announce the date and time of the rescheduled sale to be conducted at the place originally scheduled and no further or additional notice of any kind shall be required.
(4) If the foreclosure has proceeded in compliance with subsections (2) through and including (5), of section 45-1506, Idaho Code, prior to the intervention of the stay, then the foreclosure process may be resumed if timely compliance can be had with publication of the original notice of sale under subsection (6) of section 45-1506, Idaho Code. If timely compliance under subsection (6) of section 45-1506, Idaho Code, is not possible, the partially completed foreclosure process shall be discontinued and any further sale proceeding shall require new compliance with all notice of sale procedures as provided in section 45-1506, Idaho Code.
(5) Nothing in this section shall be construed to create a right to cure the default and reinstate the deed of trust under subsection (12) of section 45-1506, Idaho Code, for a period of time longer than one hundred fifteen (115) days from the recording of the notice of default exclusive of the time during which a stay is in effect and if no request is made to postpone the sale under the circumstances provided in this section, the computation of time under this chapter shall be deemed unaffected by any intervening stay.
[45-1506B, added 1983, ch. 190, sec. 5, p. 519.]
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