On June 8, 2006 I wrote in an article posted on this site about the new summons for residential unlawful detainer actions in Washington. In that article I wrote: Amendments to the Washington Residential Landlord-Tenant Act went into effect yesterday….It is unclear what…courts will do when inevitably many landlord plaintiffs […]
Amendments to the Washington Residential Landlord-Tenant Act went into effect yesterday. The new law changes mandatory language in one form of eviction summons.
It is legal in Washington to possess and use marijuana for medicinal purposes with the approval of a doctor. Recently in King County a landlord attempted to evict a tenant because of drug possession and use. At a show cause hearing the court set the matter for trial, rather […]