ZBS Law

Washington state COVID-19 update provided by The Mortgage Law Firm

Posted: 10/16/20

On October 8, 2020, the Washington governor extended the proclamation regarding restrictions on evictions throughout the remainder of the 2020 calendar year. This ongoing restriction prevents eviction actions unless the property owner is able to show applicability of one of the two following exceptions: 1) that the action is necessary to respond to an immediate risk to health, safety, or property of others or the tenant; or, 2) that 60 days written notice is provided to the occupants that the property owner intends to either occupy the property as a personal residence or otherwise sell the property.

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The Mortgage Law Firm

Washington state COVID-19 update provided by The Mortgage Law Firm

Posted: 08/27/20

–          There is no specified foreclosure/eviction moratorium in the State of WA beyond the CARES Act. 

–          A statewide proclamation from the governor restricting evictions is currently in place until October 15, 2020 unless extended further by the governor.  The restriction prevents eviction actions unless the property owner is able to show applicability of certain exceptions:  the action is necessary to respond to an immediate risk to health, safety, or property of others or the tenant is provided 60 days written notice that the owner intends to occupy the property as a personal residence or sell the property. 

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The Mortgage Law Firm

Washington state COVID-19 update provided by The Mortgage Law Firm

Posted: 08/04/20

There is no specified foreclosure/eviction moratorium in the State of WA beyond the CARES Act.

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