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Deposits / Damages Claims (1)+

  • Getting Your Security Deposit Back

    Advice and instructions on how to get your security deposit back from your landlord. Learn the difference between damages the landlord can charge you for versus normal wear and tear. Includes forms you can use. #6370EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
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Housing Search / Denials (1)+

  • Rental Listing Scams

    Moving to a new city? Planning a vacation? As you consider issues like size, cost, and location of the rental, also consider this: that rental listing could be a scam. Scammers often advertise rentals that don’t exist or aren’t available to trick people into sending money before they find out the truth. Read More

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    Federal Trade Commission
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Moving Out (1)+

  • Getting Your Security Deposit Back

    Advice and instructions on how to get your security deposit back from your landlord. Learn the difference between damages the landlord can charge you for versus normal wear and tear. Includes forms you can use. #6370EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
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    English

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Utilities (1)+

  • Filing a Complaint with the Utilities and Transportation Committee

    If you have a dispute with your utility company, you should first try to resolve it with the company. Many disputes can be resolved by asking for a supervisor. If you are unable to resolve the issue, this web site has an online complaint form if you decide to file a complaint regarding your utility service. Read More

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    Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission
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