Seattle Rental Laws: Move-in to Move-out
Even if you have long-term tenants and low turnover, there are several new Seattle laws you need to know about. Learn to navigate the current legal requirements of running a rental property in Seattle step-by-step from move-in to move-out. Attorney and RHAWA Board Member, Christopher Cutting will explain the laws (new and old) related to utility billing, adding additional occupants, domestic violence, building maintenance, retaliation, terminating a tenancy, selling a property, COVID-19 orders, winter evictions and more.
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