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A Landlord's Right to Entry in Washington

Posted by Quinn Posner | Jan 03, 2019 | 0 Comments

As a landlord, you have a right to enter your property even when it is occupied by a tenant. However, that right has very specific conditions and rules which you must strictly follow as a Washington landlord. Failure to follow these rules will ultimately lead to a violation of your tenant's right...

Landlord and Tenant Maintenance Responsibilities

Posted by Quinn Posner | Dec 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Under Washington law, there are specific maintenance duties imposed upon a landlord and certain times in which the landlord is required to make those repairs. With the help of experienced landlord/tenant attorney Quinn Posner, you as the landlord can rest assured that you are following Washingto...

Landlord's Duty to Maintain the Property in Washington

Posted by Quinn Posner | Dec 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

There are a lot of duties and obligations imposed upon Washington landlords under state law. One of these is the duty to keep the rental premises "fit for human habitation," a phrase taken directly from the code section. Specific duties are set forth in the code section, and it is important to fo...

Screening Potential Tenants in Washington

Posted by Quinn Posner | Dec 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

In Washington, there are particular laws which apply to what a landlord may or may not do when it comes to screening for potential clients. Washington law is often unique as compared to other states, so it is important to understand what you as the landlord are allowed to do and what you are proh...

Avoiding "Self-Help" Evictions: Following Washington Law

Posted by Quinn Posner | Nov 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

There are many laws a Washington landlord must follow to avoid committing an illegal act. One of the more important of these acts to avoid is the "self-help" eviction. Evicting a tenant in an improper way is illegal and can result in serious sanctions against the landlord. Making sure you avoid ...

The Eviction Process in Clark County, WA

Posted by Quinn Posner | Jan 11, 2018 | 1 Comment

The unlawful detainer process is in derogation of common law. Therefore, it is essential that you follow the letter of the law precisely. That means serving your notices, summons and complaint and all other documents properly. Should you fail to do so, your eviction will be tossed out by the court.

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