ENGLISH (832) 930-3059 | SPANISH (832) 356-7254
Daniel Albert Law FirmDaniel Albert Law Firm

Landlord/Seller Disclosure Requirements – MRSC

Eligible government agencies can use our free one-on-one inquiry service.
With one call or click you can get a personalized answer from one of our trusted attorneys, policy consultants, or finance experts!
Ask MRSC
VIEW MORE
VIEW MORE
VIEW MORE
OPMA/PRA Emergency Proclamation Will Expire June 1 May 2, 2022
2022 Legislation Impacting Public Works Contracting April 28, 2022
A How-To Guide to Sponsoring Summer Celebrations April 26, 2022
VIEW MORE BLOG POSTS
MRSC E-Newsletters
MRSC Insight Blog
MRSC Quarterly Print Newsletter
In Focus Headlines
Local Governments In The News
Landlord/Seller Disclosure Requirements
VIEW MORE
Upcoming Webinars – Watch our live webinars (including Q&A sessions) to learn about key issues from the convenience of your own desk!
Upcoming Workshops – In-person workshops held at various locations around Washington State.
VIEW MORE
On-Demand Webinars – Watch pre-recorded versions of our recent webinars, at your own convenience.
PRA/OPMA E-Learning Courses – Free video courses for city/town elected officials on the Public Records Act (PRA) and Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA).
VIEW TRAINING CALENDAR
MRSC Rosters logo
www.mrscrosters.org
VIEW MORE
VIEW MORE
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
Public Records Act
Open Public Meetings Act
Purchasing and Contracting
American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)
Climate Change
VIEW MORE
Economic Development
Environment
Finance
Governance
Legal
Management
VIEW MORE
Parks and Recreation
Personnel
Planning
Public Safety
Public Works and Utilities
Transportation
VIEW MORE
This page list summaries of and links to all requirements imposed by cities, towns, and counties in Washington State upon landlords or sellers of real property, pursuant to EHB 2971 (passed in 2016).
Pursuant to EHB 2971, passed by the 2016 state legislature and codified at RCW 64.06.080 and RCW 43.110.030(2)(e), MRSC is directed to provide the following on its website:
Accordingly, affected cities, towns, and counties should provide to MRSC, via email to Gabrielle Nicas, for posting on this webpage the following information:
Because the jurisdictions subject to this legislation are in the best position to provide accurate and complete summaries of requirements imposed by their adopted ordinances, resolutions, and policies, MRSC is asking that they provide to MRSC such summaries of, and internet links to, their applicable ordinances, resolutions, and policies.
Further information concerning these requirements can be found in the MRSC blog post, Recent Legislative Changes to Landlord/Seller Disclosure Requirements.
For ordinances, resolutions, or policies that existed as of June 9, 2016:
For ordinances, resolutions, or policies adopted after June 9, 2016:
The following cities, towns, and counties have provided to MRSC information on their relevant ordinances, resolutions, and policies, as required by EHB 2971. It is up to each jurisdiction to make sure that the summaries of, and internet links to, their relevant ordinances, resolutions, and policies remain up-to-date. So, all cities, towns, and counties that have previously posted relevant documents on this webpage should review their posted information and modify it accordingly if their information does not include summaries and links, as now required by EHB 2971. Any updates or new information can be sent to us via email at library@mrsc.org.
The City of Airway Heights has adopted Airway Heights Municipal Code (AHMC) 17.16, JLUS Protections for Fairchild Air Force Base, which requires notification of military aviation activity in the airspace over the City. Also, residential properties that are located within the City’s adopted sound contours that exceed 65 DnL, as shown on the City’s adopted Zoning Map, must provide navigation easements over the property. This overlay also limits some of the uses allowed in the underlying zoning, as well.
The requirements listed below are brief summaries only. You must read the relevant ordinance or policy to understand the scope and extent of the notice/disclosure obligation as well as other requirements of the ordinance or policy.
First, at the time of application the landlord must provide the tenant with their written rental criteria and the website address designated by the City for the purpose of obtaining information:
Second, when a rental agreement/lease is offered, the landlord must provide the tenant with a written copy of the summaries prepared by the City, which includes information on the following:
Third, during tenancy, landlords must provide tenants with a notice of resources prepared by the City when the landlord serves any notice to a tenant under RCW 59.12.030 which includes:
Subscribe to E-Newsletters
MRSC Insight Blog
LEARN MORE ABOUT NEWSLETTERS
MRSC Rosters logo
www.mrscrosters.org
VIEW MORE

source

Leave A Reply

Subscribe to our newsletter and promotions