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New Seattle Laws in 2020

Roommates, Payment Options, Domestic Violence Damages, and more...

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Wednesday, January 29, 2020
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PST)
RHAWA Education Center
2414 Southwest Andover Street Suite D225
Seattle, WA 98106
United States

Event Details

Description:

 In 2019 Seattle City Council passed several new tenant protections bills that will go into effect in 2020. In this 2-hour seminar, learn the details of each ordinance and how they will impact your operations including: 

  • Roommates brought in by your tenants must be allowed occupancy, and in some cases, tenancy.
  • Victims of domestic violence cannot be held liable for related damages to rental home.
  • Tenants must have option for non-electronic rent payment with written receipts. 
  • Month-to-month tenancies may not be terminated without RRIO registration.
  • Information on city resources to be included on formal notices.
  • Expanded requirements to provide notice of intent to sell affordable rental properties. 

RHAWA's government advocacy team, Kyle Woodring and Heather Pierce will explain each law and discuss how to adjust policies and procedures for rental operations.


RHAWA Members: Attend unlimited seminars for 12 months with one of our class pass options. Learn more here.

Sign up to attend ONSITE or ONLINE, you choose. After class, all participants will receive a link to recorded session and downloadable materials for review.

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Formal legal advice and review is recommended prior to selection and use of this information. RHAWA does not represent your selection or execution of this information as appropriate for your specific circumstance. The material contained and represented herein, although obtained from reliable sources, is not considered legal advice or to be used as a substitution for legal counsel.