My landlord just gave me a 14-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate
If you rent the place where you live and you got a 14-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate from your landlord, learn what that is and what you should do about it. #6353EN
When does my landlord have to give me a 30-day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate instead of a 14-day Notice?
If you live in a building in Washington State that has a government subsidy or a federally backed mortgage, read this. #6160EN
Landlords must give a “good” reason to end certain tenancies
Learn more about how landlords can now evict or refuse to renew a rental agreement for specific reasons only. #6345EN
Missing payments of late fees cannot lead to eviction
Tenants may owe late fees and other kinds of charges but cannot be evicted for not paying them if they are not "rent" or certain recurring, regular charges. #6341EN
Eviction Resolution Programs (ERPs) and Right to an Attorney for Tenants
Find out about a new law that establishes mediation for those behind on rent because of COVID-19 and find more information the right to a free lawyer for low-income tenants facing eviction. #6347EN
Can I change the date my rent is due?
You can now ask your landlord to change the date your rent is due. Learn why you might want to do this, and how to do it. #6343EN