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Evictions from Section 8 or other subsidized housing programs (4)+

  • Evictions from Public Housing (Housing Owned by a Housing Authority)

    If you live in a Public Housing Project, your landlord is a Housing Authority. The eviction process from Public Housing is a little different from the process for tenants with private landlords. #6102EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
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    Spanish / Español
  • HUD Housing Evictions

    If you live in certain HUD-subsidized buildings or rental units, you have more protection against evictions than other tenants in Washington. This briefly explains your rights, and things you can do to avoid an eviction. #6103EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Public Housing Grievance Procedure

    As a public housing tenant, you have the right to appeal many decisions or actions taken by the Housing Authority through its administrative Public Housing Grievance Procedure. Every Housing Authority is required by federal law to adopt a written public housing grievance procedure. A copy of the agency's grievance procedure should be posted in their office and available upon request. #6105EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
  • Section 515 Rural Rental Housing Evictions

    If you are a tenant in an apartment complex financed by the Rural Housing Service (RHS) (formerly the Farmers Home Administration or FHA), you have greater protection against evictions than some other tenants. You may also be paying less than market rent for your apartment. If your landlord evicts you from this housing, you may lose your federal housing assistance. This publication briefly describes what you can do to avoid an eviction. #6120EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project

Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) Program (1)+

Housing Search / Denials (1)+

  • Public Housing Grievance Procedure

    As a public housing tenant, you have the right to appeal many decisions or actions taken by the Housing Authority through its administrative Public Housing Grievance Procedure. Every Housing Authority is required by federal law to adopt a written public housing grievance procedure. A copy of the agency's grievance procedure should be posted in their office and available upon request. #6105EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project

Housing Subsidies for Veterans (1)+

Moving In / Reading Your Lease (1)+

Section 8 Vouchers (2)+

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