No. 11095.

510 P.2d 490 (1973)

95 Idaho 426

Jay TURNER and June Turner, husband and wife, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. LaVern MENDENHALL et al., Defendants-Respondents.

Supreme Court of Idaho.

May 25, 1973.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Merrill K. Gee, Gee & Hargraves, Pocatello, for plaintiffs-appellants.

Wallace M. Transtrum, Soda Springs, for defendants-respondents.

McQUADE, Justice.

In 1962 Jay Turner and June Turner, plaintiffs and appellants, leased 240 acres of farm land in Caribou County from LaVern Mendenhall and Vonda Mendenhall, then husband and wife. Although the initial term of the lease was five years, the lease's renewal provision was used to extend the lease for an extra five years until December 31, 1972. Respondents obtained a Utah divorce which resulted in the wife, Vonda Mendenhall, receiving an undivided one...


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