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However, the parties may agree in the lease that the tenant or landlord must give notice of any intent to either continue or end the tenancy.
The landlord may terminate the tenancy on a shorter notice in the following situations: EVICTION/UNLAWFUL DETAINER A tenant cannot be physically removed from the premises for any reason until the following process is completed (lockouts, turning off utilities, seizing tenant’s property, etc.
DISCRIMINATION Federal, state and/or local law prohibits discrimination in housing based on sex, race, creed, color, marital status, national origin, handicap, family status, military status or sexual orientation.
Violations should be reported to the DRC, the Washington State Human Rights Commission or the Federal HUD Hotline at 1-800-233-3247.
are illegal): Stalking can be any pattern of intentional threatening, harassing, following, surveillance and/or coercive behavior that causes you to fear for your safety, the safety of someone you know, or your property.1.
The legal tenant or a member of the household must have (a) a valid court order for protection, or (b) a record of reporting the incident to a legally qualified third party (i.e.
Move Out: If landlord does not make repairs in times noted previously, tenant may give written notice to the landlord, terminate the agreement and quit the premises without further obligation.
The tenant shall be entitled to a pro-rata refund of prepaid rent and a full and specific accounting for any deposits not returned.
If a deposit is required, the rental agreement must be in writing and an inspection check list completed and signed.The following general information is a Summary of the Main Points of the Washington State Landlord Tenant Law (RCW 59.18) and is not intended as legal advice.Any specific questions should be referred to a qualified attorney.TENANT’S REMEDIES IF LANDLORD FAILS TO REPAIR: Repair and Deduct: If the repairs require a licensed or skilled repairperson, the tenant must: Self-Help Repairs: If cost of repairs will not exceed 1/2 month’s rent and a licensed or skilled repairperson is not required, tenant may give landlord notice that he/she intends to make repairs themselves. If landlord does not start repairs within the time noted previously, the tenant may make the repairs in a workmanlike manner.
After allowing landlord an opportunity to inspect the work, tenant may deduct all costs (labor and materials) from the next month’s rent.Rent in Escrow: If above repair provisions are inadequate, tenant may have the local government inspect and certify that a dangerous condition exists and, after notice, may place their rent in escrow.Note: This is a very technical section, get legal advice before using it.Both landlord and tenant are bound by the lease’s terms.