Monthly Archives: May 2021

MEMORIAL DAY

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LANDLORD/TENANT ACT CHANGES, AGAIN…

The Landlord Tenant Act was changed again because of Covid.  Senate Bill 5160 extends and expands the tenant protections in the Governor’s eviction moratorium.  The prohibition that bans late fees will be in effect until six months after the expiration … Continue reading

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WHO OWNS RENTALS?

Did you know that the majority of small rental units (defined as 1 – 4 units) in America are owned by individual investors?  Of the 48.2 million rental housing units in the United States, nearly 49% are located in rental … Continue reading

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LANDLORD/TENANT LAW UPDATES – WASHINGTON STATE

That that the legislature passed a bill changing the Landlord Tenant Act?  The bill, HB 1236 – Just Cause Termination and Mandatory Lease Renewal, was passed by both the House and the Senate, but has not yet been signed by … Continue reading

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FEDERAL EVICTION MORATORIUM UNLAWFUL

U.S. District Court Judge Dabney L. Friedrich of the District of Columbia struck down a nationwide eviction moratorium Wednesday, calling it unlawful. Friedrich’s ruling applies nationwide. The essence of this case revolved around whether a federal agency, in this case … Continue reading

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