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Abandonment by Residential Tenants

By Scott Eller, Esq.

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Abandonment must be clear and unequivocal.[1] The tenant need not expressly state an intention to abandon.  Such an intention may be implied by law.[2] “This inference may be drawn from anything which amounts to an agreement on the part of the tenant to abandon.”[3] The Residential Landlord-Tenant Act abolishes the common law right to distress for [...]

Full post as published by Seattle Landlord-Tenant Attorney on June 25, 2009 (boomark / email).

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