Free Eviction Forms

General Washington State Forms

Some jurisdiction requires additional language under local law. See city-specific forms below.  Our firm handles eviction cases in four counties (King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston). We do not practice in every Washington County. Other localities may mandate additional language not listed here. Check with an attorney in your area if unsure.

Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate (14-day Notice)  – Washington State

Notice to Comply or Vacate (10-day Notice)  – Washington State

Notice to Terminate Tenancy (20-day Notice) – Washington State

Seattle Residential Eviction Notice Forms

Seattle has passed three laws in response to the COIVD-19 crises that require specific language in eviction notice forms and in any notice of adverse action. Please use the current forms below in order to comply with current law. Under Seattle ordinances, it “is a defense to eviction if the notice does not contain the required information.” Seattle Ord. 126081 passed May 11, 2020.

Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate (14-Day Notice) – Seattle

Notice to Comply or Vacate (“Ten-day Notice”) – Seattle

Notice Terminating Tenancy–Seattle

 

Tacoma Residential Eviction Notice Forms

Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate. Serve BOTH documents in Tacoma.

Residential Fourteen Day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate

Tacoma Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate Information Form (link to City website)

Notice to Comply or Vacate. Serve BOTH documents in Tacoma.

Notice to Comply or Vacate (“Ten-day Notice”) – Tacoma

Required Tacoma information form for Notice to Comply or Vacate) (link to City website)

Notice to Terminate Tenancy. Serve BOTH documents in Tacoma.

Notice Terminating Tenancy (“60-day notice”)- Tacoma

Tacoma Notice to Terminate Tenancy Information Form (link to City website)

 

 

 

The forms on this site are intended for the state of Washington. Even within Washington there are often additional requirements under local law. We handle evictions in King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties. The choice and use of forms may not appropriate or optimum. For information about your circumstances seek the advice of an attorney.

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