Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in Washington?

This question is about Washington Landlord Tenant Rights

No, a Washington state landlord must always provide 24 hours of advance notice to enter a tenant’s unit for a regular reason. These standard justifications for entry include the performance of necessary repairs and showing the unit to a prospective tenant. This standard does not apply in emergency situations, however, given the state’s allowance for permission-less entry when an imminent threat puts a tenant’s safety at risk.

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