Serving Notices on Tenants
Consistently enforcing the terms of your rental agreement is your legal right and responsibility. Neglecting to do so opens you up to serious risks such as property damage, lost rent, and fair housing complaints. Under new laws, it is critical to adhere to specific procedures for posting notices involving the end of tenancy under RCW 59.12.040. Attorney and RHAWA vice-president Christopher Cutting will take you through RHAWA's new and revised Tenant Notices forms, explaining when and how to serve.
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