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The Residential Landlord-Tenant Act of Washington sets out the conditions under which a landlord or tenant must give notice to the other party, the information that must be included in the notice, the length of the notice period for each condition, and the way in which the notice must be served.
The most common reasons for giving notice are to terminate the tenancy (given by either party), to report a condition that needs repair or maintenance (given by tenant), to demand payment of outstanding rent (given by landlord or rental manager), and to give notice that the other party is in default of its obligations (given by either party).
Washington landlords, if you do not plan to renew the lease of a tenant, serve him/her with this Notice of Termination by Landlord and Non-Renewal of Lease, pursuant to the Residential Landlord-Tenant Act.
This notice is to be used for a tenancy under a lease agreement where a specific expiry date is designated in the lease.
The tenant is notified that the lease will expire and the tenancy will be terminated on the expiry date specified in the lease, and will not be.....
Washington landlords, if you have a tenant who is in default under the terms of the rental agreement and has been served with a previous notice, serve him/her with this Notice to Quit, in accordance with the requirements of the Residential Landlord-Tenant Act.
The Notice informs the tenant that, as the tenant has failed to vacate the premises as required by a previous notice, the tenant now has 3 days to vacate the rental unit or the landlord will proceed with legal actio.....