Washington 10 Day Notice to Comply or Vacate

In Washington, if the tenant has breached the lease for reasons other then non-payment of rent, a 10 Day Notice is required before filing a complaint in court.

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If a tenant is not complying with the rental agreement (i.e. keeping a cat when the agreement specifies "no pets"), the landlord may give a 10 Day Notice to comply or vacate. If the tenant remedies the situation within that time, the landlord may not continue the eviction process.

IMPORTANT: In Washington State, this notice will NOT suffice as a proper notice for eviction from Manufactured/ Mobile Homes.

Unless the lease provided for a longer period if a tenant is not complying with the rental agreement for reasons other then non-payment of rent, a 10 Day Notice is required before filing a complaint in court.

Who: Give this notice to a tenant who has violated a lease provision.

What: Notice to Comply or Vacate warns the tenant to correct, remedy the offense, or vacate the premises.

When: This is given to a tenant 10 days prior to filing a complaint.

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