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Landlords Must Give 14 Days' Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate If a landlord wants to evict a tenant for not paying rent, they must now give their tenant 14 days' notice to pay or vacate. Before, it was 3 days' notice. What should landlords do?
If you are a month-to-month tenant, you must give notice to your landlord in writing at least 20 days (not including the day your serve the notice) before the last day of the month that you want to move out. For example, if you wanted to move out by July 31, you must give notice no later than July 11.
The landlord may charge for carpet cleaning or painting if there are damages caused by the tenant beyond normal wear and tear.
Yes, you can kick someone out of your house in Washington. If the person did not have permission to be in your home, you can request that law enforcement forcibly remove the individual from your home without going through the formal eviction process.
As introduced, it would have: Required landlords to provide at least 180 days' notice for rent increases of over 3 percent. Allowed a tenant to terminate a tenancy for any rent increase over 3 percent upon receipt of that notice. Limited late fees to 1.5 percent of the tenant's monthly rent.
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Under HB 1236, a landlord may no longer terminate a month-to-month tenancy (or other periodic tenancy) without cause. A landlord can now only terminate a month-to-month or periodic tenancy if one of over a dozen causes applies.
The state bill under consideration, HB 1904, would require landlords to offer tenants at least six months' notice \u2014 but not more than 220 days' notice \u2014 of rent increases of more than 7.5%. State law currently requires two months' notice for all rent increases.
For example, if a carpet is worn after months or years of normal walking, but there are no damages to it, it is just normal wear and tear. If the tenant spills something and stains the carpet, this can be considered damage.
Walk-through inspections are not required before tenants move out in the state of Washington. However, landlords and tenants are required to sign off on a checklist describing the condition of the property before a landlord can collect a security deposit at the beginning of tenancy.
Landlords Must Give 14 Days' Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate If a landlord wants to evict a tenant for not paying rent, they must now give their tenant 14 days' notice to pay or vacate. Before, it was 3 days' notice. What should landlords do?

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