What Are a Tenant’s Rights in Washington?

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What Are a Tenant’s Rights in Washington?

Washington state tenants have a variety of important rights, including the right to take alternative action against a landlord that fails to provide a necessary repair or essential amenity in a timely manner. Tenants in Washington state also have the right to engage with the state’s housing industry without facing discrimination based upon their marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, participation in a Section 8 program, veteran/military status, or HIV/ Hepatitis C status.

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